Project collects blankets for needy

2015-11-24 06:00

ST Clements Home-Based Care in Clermont recently received blankets donated by 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day Project.
St Clement's is a project that renders support to people infected affected by HIV/Aids and orphaned and vulnerable children in Clermont and surrounding areas.

St Clements spokesperson Zanele Mvune said: “Daily service to one's fellow man in whatever shape or form is an option each one of us can commit to. No matter how small the action may be, the Mandela Day Project is about changing the world for the better.
“We appreciate the donation of blankets from 67 Blankets for Mandela Day Project.
“It has added more gifts to give to the orphans at the Christmas party next month.
“The amazing thing about these blankets is that they are hand-made by women and we thank them for their time and effort in making these blankets. It will make a difference in the lives of the orphans.”

St Clements Home-Based Care invites the community to attend its annual general meeting on Friday 27 November at St Clements community hall.
“We are also planning a Christmas party for our orphans on Friday 11 December at our premises. We will be handing out gifts, playing games and taking part in other activities,” said Myune.

For more information, phone Zanele Mvune on 031 707 3031.

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