Project L3 ready to roll

2016-03-16 06:00
Senior social work manager Penny Dhaver, social worker Siddiqa Syed, secretary of the society Jenny Naidu and volunteer Mrs. V. Suriah raised awareness of the project at Stanger SuperSpar recently. Photo: supplied

Senior social work manager Penny Dhaver, social worker Siddiqa Syed, secretary of the society Jenny Naidu and volunteer Mrs. V. Suriah raised awareness of the project at Stanger SuperSpar recently. Photo: supplied

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CHILD Welfare SA: KwaDukuza’s Project L3 - Live Love Learn - will roll out in KwaDukuza on Friday, 18 March.

The theme of Project L3 is child protection and wrist bands and badges will be sold to the community to raise funds and create awareness of child protection at the same time.

Schools, business houses, service providers and the community are urged to buy the badges priced at R10 and wrist bands priced at R15 depicting the child protection theme.
Senior social work manager Penny Dhaver urges the community to wear these items on 18 March to show your support towards child protection.
“Although the event is held on 18 March, the items can be purhased throughout the year. Children must be protected everyday.”

The items will be sold at Stanger SuperSpar from 16 to 18 March or they can be purchased at the Child Welfare offices.

“We want to thank the community for supporting our fund raising projects over the years. We look forward to your support once again for Project L3.

“Remember child protection is everybody’s business!”

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