Welfare receives new computers

2018-01-25 06:00
 Photo: SUPPLIEDAt the official handover of the new computers at Verulam Child Welfare Society (from left) M Kooblal, S Chetty, V Asaram, K Naidoo, SP Naicker, M Ramgulam and KN Rajoo.

Photo: SUPPLIEDAt the official handover of the new computers at Verulam Child Welfare Society (from left) M Kooblal, S Chetty, V Asaram, K Naidoo, SP Naicker, M Ramgulam and KN Rajoo.

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THE Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology recently donated 11 computers to the approximate value of

R100 000 to the Verulam Child Welfare Society (VCWS).

The computers were provided as replacements to the social workers because the existing computers which were becoming obsolete.

The society provides and protects the well-being and safety of the destitute children in the Verulam and surrounding areas.

Vice-president of VCWS Ernest Chetty said: “The significant contribution made by Jay Ramnundlall, CEO of Richfield, will assist in making the work of social workers that much easier. It is only through the kind gesture of the people like Ramnundlall that society is able to keep its financial position secure.”

Chetty also said Richfield’s support will help Welfare to move towards attaining its vision of a society in which every child attains the right to survival, protection and development. - Supplied.

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