What a wonderful way to start our week with a postponed visit from Independent Newspapers Milk Fund.
The visit was originally part of their Mandela Day outreach and should have taken place on FRIDAY 16th JULY but sadly due to the recent unrest, had to be postponed.
It was a pleasure to welcome Sushie Munsamy, community projects, Ishaaq Mahomed, accountant, Sinenhlanhla Zunga, journalist and Bongani Mbatha, photographer all representing Independent daily news milk fund.
The children performed some songs for our special visitors and it was clear they were delighted with the performances.
We wasted no time ensuring the children got to benefit from the donation.
Half a glass of milk was served with lunch and each child got a packet of nik naks to eat AFTER lunch.
The balance of the milk will be given to them during the course of the week. Bongi, our cook, says the children enjoyed the “NEW” flavours and porridge supplies.
The packets were so colourful and inviting and the caramel scent really caught my attention!
We have enjoyed a long standing relationship with Independent Newspapers and are very proud to call them our VIP friends.
Thank you for caring and for making a difference to the lives of the 177 pre-school children in our care.