PARTNERS: Integrical Alberton has been helping at the centre since it started and came to show their support. They sponsored rolls and wors.
THE Caxton South office partnered with various companies and sponsors to make this Mandela Day a special and charitable one for the Look Forward Creativity Centre.
The Glen Shopping Centre, Panarottis, Netcare Hospitals, FNB City Deep Market, Clover City Deep, Integrica Alberton, Moffatview SAPS, McCormick, Pernod Ricard South Africa and Danga Security were some of the companies that offloaded lots of goods that would be valuable to the centre and also provided helping hands to help with the repainting of the centre and repairing of damaged material.
Clover donated a brand-new washing machine, baby blankets and a lot of dairy products. Netcare and The Glen will be repairing whatever needs to be repaired for the next 12 months. Danga Security will put its guards at the charity home for free for the next two years. Moffatview SAPS are also helping with some paint jobs at the centre.
Caxton staff also took part in lending a helping hand and offloading the goods donated at drop-off zones. The campaign was initiated Caxton South salesperson, Linda Mbuyane, to make this Mandela Day at the centre unforgettable.
Mandela Day is a global movement where you can donate your money and your time to mobilise your organisation to do something for those in need.
For more information on the centre, contact them on 011 613 3867 or 073 454 1697 or [email protected] or visit www.lookforwardcreativitycentre.org.za
SECURITY: DANGA Security will have guards patrolling and safeguarding the centre 24/7 for the next two years. DONATION: Clover donated a washing machine, baby blankets and dairy products. #CAXTON-CARES: Caxton South employees were there to show their support and help in the centre. FNB CARES: FNB City Deep Market staff brought a TV and lots of food as well as washing powder. MADIBA DAY: One of Caxton South’s reporters and Clover representatives during the Mandela Day celebrations at South Hills' Look Forward Creativity Centre. TOILETRIES: Pernod Ricard South Africa brought lots of toiletries to be used in all the four properties of the centre. CLEANING: These Clover staff members did more than 67 minutes when they scrubbed the floors to keep the home looking neat and clean. OPENING: People from Netcare, The Glen, Caxton South office and other community members during this year’s Mandela Day festivities.
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