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Afri-Save Cares makes a donation to Warriors Centre of Hope

Nov 28, 2017
Afri-Save Cares makes a donation to Warriors Centre of Hope

In an exchange of hope and charity, a generous donation of products was handed over to Carmilla Valayden, Founder and Director of the Warriors Centre of Hope by Afri-Save Cash & Carry Director, Munir Jeeva.

Warriors Centre of Hope [WCH] is a newly registered non profit organisation that is currently running an after school program for kids of Helenvale, in Port Elizabeth.

Their biggest challenge is feeding the kids as they rely solely on donations from family and friends.

"WCH is thanking you from the bottom of our heart's for the generosity you showed us by donating the groceries towards our feeding scheme. It will help alot as we are opening 12 more soup kitchens in the northern areas.

"Your generosity will not go unnoticed, as we appreciate what you are doing for us to assist the community. I hope that in the future, we could work together again," said Valayden.

As always, all donations come from Jeeva himself, who funds and operates donations, sponsorship and feeding schemes through Afri-Save Cash & Carry, sparing no expense to assist the community wherever and whenever he can.

Image: left to right Ms. Carmilla Valayden and Mr Munir Jeeva.