• Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu gestures during a press conference about the first 20 years of freedom in South Africa at St Georges Cathedral in Cape Town on April 23,2014.  Tutu today celebrated 20 years of freedom in South Africa as a "heck of an achievement", while confirming that he would not vote for the government in May 7 elections. Anglican archbishop emeritus Tutu, 82, is still regarded as a moral beacon for South Africa in the mould of the first post-apartheid president Nelson Mandela, who led the country from 1994 to 1999. AFP PHOTO/JENNIFER BRUCE        (Photo credit should read JENNIFER BRUCE/AFP/Getty Images)



_46526300_06_tutu_apWe know how much everyone wants to share a birthday message directly with the Archbishop and now you can! From now until October 6th, anyone who donates $85.00 or more will have a birthday card personalized with their name and a brief message delivered directly to the Archbishop by his granddaughter Nyaniso Tutu-Burris.

Anyone donating $8.50 up to $85 will have their name added to a group card, also to be delivered personally by Miss Tutu-Burris.

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