There are so many good people, doing amazing things in this world. Here is a perfect example of a community making a difference: “CEASE” Initiative (CEASE, Creating Empathy, Awareness & Solutions thru Exposure) is proud […]
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“CEASE” Initiative founded on 10 Jan 2017, by Laresa Perlman
The aim of the CEASE Initiative, is to collaborate with people, businesses & organizations, to create empathy & awareness, by exposing real life situations, heroes, issues & relevant topics, allowing the viewer to gain a greater insight, understanding & perspective of the world around us.
“16 days of Activism” for no violence against woman & children.
Laresa Perlman Photography & “CEASE” sponsoring Corporate social investments (CSI) in association with Change Agents South Africa. We have identified 16 families, one for each day. These families either live in poverty, are addicted to alcohol or drugs, of have suffered some form of verbal, physical or financial abuse. The project will run from May to Mid Dec 2017. We hope to help these families improve their individual situations. The stories & progress will be published over time
Water pollution & the relationship to water in the Inkanini and Kayamandi informal settlements in Stellenbosch.
Laresa Perlman Photography & “CEASE” collaborating with Dr Charon Buchner Marais. Former researcher at Stellenbosch University and founder of the Stellenbosch River Collaborative. Working with key role players in Stellenbosch.
We have had a season of fire we shall never forget, thousands of hectars of land destroyed by fire. Fire fighters worked to exhaustion. Our community of Montagu & Robertson came together in such community […]
Fire leaves destruction, burnt land, & dead animals in its wake. Its hard to imagine the scene days & weeks after a fire has been put out. But for many many months after a fire, […]
On Monday 9 Jan 2017, a fire started on the Langeberg Mountains on the Ashton side. It flared up again last night. Thank you, Olin, Kiewietz for taking me up to where the fire was. […]