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Afri-Save Cares comes to the aid of Khayamnandi Service Centre

Dec 11, 2017
Afri-Save Cares comes to the aid of Khayamnandi Service Centre

Afri-Save Cares responded in kind after Afri-Save Cash & Carry Director, Munir Jeeva, received a request for assistance from Khayamnandi Service Centre, located in Despatch, Port Elizabeth.

The organisation caters for senior citizens and physically challenged people. It consists of 20 members, who attend the club during weekdays where they do exercising, sawing and socialising.

Khayamnandi Service Centre's services close the gap for the elderly living in poverty because members also receive breakfast and dinner also. The club also caters for the loneliness they encounter in their houses as they are mostly left alone when children go to work.

The club celebrated their 20 year anniversary on the 7th of December 2017.

"On behalf of Khayamnandi Service Centre, we would like to extend our gratitude to you for sponsoring our event and making it worthwhile. We rely on your generosity so we do hope that this strengthens our relationship further," said  co-ordinator, Mrs T. Msitshana, as she accepted the donation on the organisation's behalf.

"With wishes of the season's greeting and a prosperous new year to you and your staff. May God bless you."

Image: Left to right - Mrs T. Msitshana, Khayamnandi Service Centre co-ordinator, with Afri-Save Cash & Carry, Director, Munir Jeeva.