Ricochet News

Afri-Save Cash & Carry supports Uitenhage People's Old Age Home

Nov 22, 2017
Afri-Save Cash & Carry supports Uitenhage People's Old Age Home

A letter was sent to our Afri-Save Cash & Carry Director, Munir Jeeva, on behalf of the Uitenhage People's Old Age Home, in Ward 51 asking for sponsorship for catering food supplies for its This-Ability Beauty Pageant.

The pageant is a vibrant gathering of the community of Uitenhage which is focused on people living with disabilities, and showcasing the talent and enjoying the festive season at home, and will take place on the 9th December 2017.

At a handover on our Afri-Save Cash & Carry premises attended by Reverend Reece Moses and Reverend Leonard John Saystar happily accepted the generous sponsorship.

"We would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your generous donation towards our planned event. I would like yo express my appreciation to you and your organisation for the excellent donation in making the event a success."

"Your willingness to donate will ensure a smooth run of the event which drew nods of approval from the organizing committee and participants. The participants will be extremely happy to receive the donation for the event.

"I commend you and your organisation on this generous donation, and I have no hesitation in recommending your services to others who have events and functions to hold," said Reverend Moses.

Afri-Save Cash & Carry and its Director, Mr Jeeva, once again fulfil their promise to assist the community and the people of Nelson Mandela Bay and look forward to assisting well into the future.

Image: Left to right Rev. Reece Moses, Rev. Leonard John  and Miss Nicole Erasmus (employee of Afri-Save).