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Mother’s Day Concert
Sunday, 11th of May

Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate women, and in particular mothers who dedicate their lives to cherishing, guiding and nurturing their children. The NPO, the Tomorrow Trust, believes that it is a day to celebrate the legacy of mothers, and their importance in the world.

In order to honour this significant day, the Tomorrow Trust in conjunction with the Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton will be hosting a free Mother’s Day Concert on Sunday, 11th of May from 15h00 in order to celebrate the legacy of mothers. The concert will feature some of South Africa’s leading entertainers and recording artists, including Sam Cowen as the Mistress of Ceremonies, with special performances by Vicky Sampson, Gift Gwe, the Gang of Instrumentals and a special performance by Loyiso Bala and his mother.

The Tomorrow Trust will be selling their book “A Mother’s Legacy” at the concert to raise funds to support the work of the Tomorrow Trust. “A Mother’s Legacy” a magnificent photographic journal by Kim Feinberg, Founder ad CEO of the Tomorrow Trust, which illustrates mothers infected with HIV/Aids and the message they wish to give their children and the world at large.

This book has been created to raise awareness around HIV/Aids and the stigma that surrounds it. “We believe that in using this publication, as well as the Mother’s Day Concert as a platform we can create a great celebration for mothers and their children while simultaneously raising funds for the Tomorrow Trust,” stated Feinberg. She continued by saying, “This concert will be a celebration of the women and in particular the mothers of our country, for all they do in supporting the growth of South Africa, whether it is in rearing children or the qualities they bring to our society.”

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