Project L3 gains national status

2016-03-02 06:00
Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza president Sandeep Oudhram, vice president Shantha Nair, executive member Chin Suriah, social work manager Karnegie Govender, national executive director Child Welfare SA PJ Cloete, senior social work manager Penny Dhaver and area manager for Child Welfare SA Shamitha Ramsurran. Photo: supplied

Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza president Sandeep Oudhram, vice president Shantha Nair, executive member Chin Suriah, social work manager Karnegie Govender, national executive director Child Welfare SA PJ Cloete, senior social work manager Penny Dhaver and area manager for Child Welfare SA Shamitha Ramsurran. Photo: supplied

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CHILD Welfare SA national executive director Peter John Cloete visited Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza to promote the society's brand new innovative fund raiser, Project L3 - Live, Love, Learn.
Cloete presented national status to the project and pledged his full support for the initiative.
He congratulated Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza for initiating the innovative project at all welfare societies in KwaZulu-Natal.

Speaking to the Weekly senior social work manager Penny Dhaver said, to maintain high operational costs to sustain the society, Project L3 was introduced by president of the society Sandeep Oudhram.
“Project L3 will replace the Tekkie Tax campaign in KwaDukuza. Project L3 allows Child Welfare societies and schools in KwaZulu-Natal to raise funds and to create awareness of a critical issue in our country - child protection.”

Items depicting the child protection theme will be sold to schools, business houses and the community to raise funds. Wrist bands will cost R15 and badges will be sold at R10 each and these will be worn on the main day of awareness Friday, 18 March.

The community is requested to wear the badges and wrist bands to show their support towards child protection.
On Saturday, 5 March staff and management will be creating awareness for Project L3 at Stanger Superspar from 8am.
Badges and wrist bands will be sold to the community.
“We make an appeal to the community of KwaDukuza to support this noble cause. Remember child protection is everybody's business,” said Dhaver.

The official launch of Project L3 takes place today (Wednesday) at the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom.

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