GIVING BACK to the community

2016-09-07 06:00
   Khwezi Primary School principal, Constance Mbanjwa receives the books collected by Mark Lederle, shareholder of Bluff Meat Supply.PHOTO: supplied

Khwezi Primary School principal, Constance Mbanjwa receives the books collected by Mark Lederle, shareholder of Bluff Meat Supply.PHOTO: supplied

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OVER the years both Bluff Meat Supply outlets have committed to giving back to the community. They have supported charities working with mentally disabled people, children, animals and underprivileged schools.

“We have given thousands of rands worth of supplies to those in need. It feels good to give back to those who support us. My dad always used to give back so we have continued with that,” said Cecilia Bestbier, manager at Victoria Road.

BMS are also committed to keeping “beggars day” alive and every Thursday line up people in need of food outside the store in Victoria Road and give each one bread and polony.

They also remain committed to feeding the children who have to wait at the Pietermaritzburg court for various hearings and give them sandwiches every week.

Although it is difficult to help everyone, BMS tries its best to help where it can.

Garden Show

Bluff Meat Supply will join forces with Round Table and All Gold at the Witness Garden Show from 23 to 25 September at the Royal Showgrounds where they will offer the cheapest wors and steak rolls to show visitors at the Braai Zone.

All profits generated during the show will be donated to charity.

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