Orphans blessed with food

2016-07-12 06:05
Zinhle Bhengu, Nqobile Zondi (child care worker), Phumelele Sibiya (party rocker), Thembelihle Nzuza (child care worker), Bonginkosi Mbuyisa (child care worker) Gugu Basi and Dustin Weagle (customer service manager).  Photo: nosipho mkhize

Zinhle Bhengu, Nqobile Zondi (child care worker), Phumelele Sibiya (party rocker), Thembelihle Nzuza (child care worker), Bonginkosi Mbuyisa (child care worker) Gugu Basi and Dustin Weagle (customer service manager). Photo: nosipho mkhize

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WILLIAM Clark Gardens Child and Youth Centre were recently blessed with food parcels when Westwood Pick n Pay employees visited the centre in celebration of its 49th birthday. The event was filled with fun and dance as children sang a birthday song.
William Clark Gardens facility manager Farhana Patel said: “We are grateful they chose our centre to host this initiative. The day was fun and children enjoyed their goodies from Westwood Pick n Pay. As William Clark we thank Pick n Pay for giving love and care to our orphans.”
Pick n Pay “party rocker” Phumelele­ Sibiya said: “We wanted to celebrate our 49th birthday by giving back to the community and William Clark was one of the centres we appointed. We will continue to show love to those who are needy.”

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