Rotary club supports Share centre

2019-04-04 06:01
=Rotary Club Uitenhage South donated a microwave to the Phaphamani Rape Crisis Centre which is situated at the Share Community Development Centre in KwaNobuhle. From left are Nosipho Poti, Leo Doria (president of Rotary Club of Uitenhage South), Brian O’Reilly (Uitenhage branch of St Vincent De Paul), Gianna Doubell (Rotary District Governor), Karin Shaw (Rotary Club Algoa Bay), Nocawa Sina, Jennifer Faku, Nomfisi Titi and Ncumisa Magwa.                                                  Photo:CLIVE HASSEL

=Rotary Club Uitenhage South donated a microwave to the Phaphamani Rape Crisis Centre which is situated at the Share Community Development Centre in KwaNobuhle. From left are Nosipho Poti, Leo Doria (president of Rotary Club of Uitenhage South), Brian O’Reilly (Uitenhage branch of St Vincent De Paul), Gianna Doubell (Rotary District Governor), Karin Shaw (Rotary Club Algoa Bay), Nocawa Sina, Jennifer Faku, Nomfisi Titi and Ncumisa Magwa. Photo:CLIVE HASSEL

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VARIOUS projects which benefit from the involvement of the Rotary Club of Uitenhage South, were recently visited by the Rotary District Governor Gianna Doubell, to experience herself the positive change the service club has accomplished.

Amongst the projects visited was the Share Community Development Centre in Kwa- Nobuhle, which includes the Lukhaniyso Child and Youth Care Centre as well as Phaphamani Rape Crisis Centre.

The Rotary Club, ably assisted by the Saint Vincent De Paul Society, has donated decorating supplies to smarten up the inside of the entire main building and also a new settee and microwave oven for the centre.

During the Rotary District Governor’s visit, she was delighted to present the settee and microwave to the centre as a completion of the project.

-REPORTER

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