Cape Town - Local celebs partnered with the Beading Gogos and Tatas of the Relate Trust at the Cape Town Waterfront, to raise funds and awareness for education.
They each had 67 minutes to bead the best bracelet with their Gogo to win the challenge.
Every year, the Relate Trust hosts an event to honour South Africa’s senior citizens around Mandela Day.
Celebs from previous MasterChef SA winner, Kamini Pather to local music artist Jitsvinger, among many more, all pulled together and took time to make bracelets in this philanthropic competition.
Former Bafana Bafana defender, Matthew Booth was there to lend a helping hand having previously collaborated in the event.
Booth explained that it is very important for people to realise the burden that gogos face in today’s society.
The non-profit organisation, Relate Trust who hosted event, which was formed in 2010 has raised close to R50 million for causes in health, education, conservation, social upliftment and children’s and women’s empowerment.