Integrical Alberton donated rolls and wors and are offering hands in the four homes. They Have been a part of the home's sponsors since the home was established.
Emotions ran high for Beatrice Mkuna, the founder of Look Forward Creativity Centre and Child’s Haven, when local businesses came in their numbers to give support today.
CAXTON South embraced Look Forward Creativity Centre in South Hills as a charity, and embarked on a special outreach to the centre for Mandela Day.
Scores of companies generously donated food, clothes, furniture and their time to paint and make the centre look brand new.
The generosity does not stop there for the centre, many more have given their word to return and do more.
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Clover truck UJ third year Radio Therapy students are here cleaning chairs. People get ready to help at Look Forward. Caxton's very own. And ward 57 Clr Faeeza Chame is here helping. FNB team. Integrical Alberton donated rolls and wors and are offering hands in the four homes. They Have been a part of the home's sponsors since the home was established. More donations coming from Pernod Ricard South Africa. Glover City Deep are repainting the inside walls of the four properties that needs to be repainted. They brought curtains and curtain rails.
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