Fever gives back

2018-04-17 06:00
PHOTOS: Fever reporterThe Fever and Build It team along with the excited children of Zamokhule Crèche and Pre-school on the newly renovated jungle gym.

PHOTOS: Fever reporterThe Fever and Build It team along with the excited children of Zamokhule Crèche and Pre-school on the newly renovated jungle gym.

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MEDIA24 KZN Local News staff came together to bring some positive change for Zamokuhle Crèche an d Pre-school in Wyebank on Friday, April 6.

The Media24 staff painted the pre-school, enhanced the garden, and renovated the jungle gym for the children to enjoy.

Build It Pinetown joined hands with the Media24 staff by donating paint and renovation supplies to see that the children of Zamokuhle Crèche and Pre-school learn in an improved environment. They also dispatched two dedicated painters who joined the Media24 team in renovating the pre-school. Owner at Build It Pinetown Justin Hardouin said: “Build It Pinetown has done it again — giving back to the community by having the team create a whole new look for the Zamokhule Creche and Pre-school in Wyebank. Build It Pinetown is so glad to have been part of this change for our children in need.”

Food Lovers Market Hillcrest was also keen on getting involved and donated a huge cake for the children to enjoy. The Food Lovers Market owners, Gilbert and Maria Rocha said when they heard about the outreach, they wanted to donate something because it was a worthy cause. “We got involved because it was a worthy cause and we just knew what would be the perfect donation for kids to enjoy, which is why we donated a cake,” said Maria. The Hillcrest Aids Centre Trust also donated a few books for the children in an effort to improve local literacy levels and promote early childhood development. The principal, management and the staff of Zamokuhle Crèche and Pre-school thanked the Media24 staff and all those involved in the outreach. “The children are so happy. Thank you so much, God, bless you,” they said.

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