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Colour festival to raise funds for disadvantaged school

Capitec Bank has announced their full support of  up and coming colour run set to take place in Cape Town on 18 November 2017.

The 5km run, will comprise of  different colour of powders that will allow  participants to get covered in a number of  beautiful colour combination. It has also been announced that R10 of every ticket sold , will go to a selected beneficiary school  situated in the most vulnerable of communities across South Africa.

All colour-runners now have the option to receive free selfie prints, by using the hashtag #BankBetterLiveBetter on Twitter or Instagram. Participants are encouraged to use the Capitec Magnetic Wall as a background , this will be available on the day.

“Capitec continues to partner with the event because of the natural alignment of values and principles, namely, the celebration of diversity and giving back to the communities we operate in. The event is fully in line with our own CSI initiative of investing in South Africa’s people.”

concludes Francois Viviers, executive of marketing and communications at Capitec Bank.

Tickets are available online from The Color Run website and Facebook page.



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