Online Holiday Auction to Raise Start Up Funds for AAPDEP Institution

Zenzele Consignment will be conducting an online auction!

Buy your holiday gift with us and know that the proceeds will go toward building an economic institution for the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP)

With plans to open a retail store in August 2015 this will be the first opportunity you’ll have to contribute to this amazing effort.

The Zenzele Online Holiday Auction will run from November 24th through December 10th

Here is how you can participate:

  • Text "ZOHA" to 55469 to get text alerts and updates about the auction
  • Visit the auction site zoha2014.eflea.ca to see what we have for you to bid on
  • Once the auction starts  you'll be able to  place a bid and win that perfect gift for someone special 

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Be the  first to see featured  items on facebook.com/ZenzeleConsignment  and also get fashion tips, & ideas on home décor.

Get ready for Zenzele Online Holiday Auction November 24- December 10th.

Also visit  zenzeleconsignement.com for details and updates. 

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