Mastertons Coffee gives animal welfare a boost

2017-04-26 06:00
From left are James Masterton (Mastertons Director), Gillian Pillay (Mastertons Marketing Manager) and Hannes Stander (Manager at Animal Welfare Society) with his dog Lucky.    Photo: SUPPLIED

From left are James Masterton (Mastertons Director), Gillian Pillay (Mastertons Marketing Manager) and Hannes Stander (Manager at Animal Welfare Society) with his dog Lucky. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Mastertons Coffee and Tea Specialists recently donated R13 000 to the Animal Welfare Society in Walmer.

Mastertons Coffee and Tea Specialists are a Port Elizabeth-based speciality coffee roastery and the hessian bags, which arrive at Mastertons carrying raw coffee beans, is sold to the public.

The sturdy hessian bags are very popular and are used for various functions, even to make clothing.

The hessian bag sales have been accumulated over a year period and Mastertons made the decision to donate the proceeds to the Animal Welfare Society.

“We are very grateful to our customers who purchase the bags from us,” said Mastertons Marketing Manager, Gillian Pillay. “We are also very happy to be able to make this donation and we are positive the money will be put to good use.”

Animal Welfare Manager, Hannes Stander, stated that the donation would go a long way in helping the organisation take care of animals.

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