Put smiles on kids’ faces with the WOF Kids Care-Package initiative

7 August, 2018

Put smiles on kids’ faces with the WOF Kids Care-Package initiative

7 Aug,2018Community campaigns, Working on Fire

Inspired by the legacy of Nelson Mandela, Working on Fire has launched the WOF Kids Care-Package with the aim to collect and distribute 2,000 gift packages to qualifying children of WOF firefighters and High-Altitude Team rope technicians this coming December 2018.

This Kids Care package is a gift of hope which will provide essential personal care products, school supplies and toys to children from new-born to 18 years old whose parents are employed within the Department of Environmental Affairs’ (DEA) Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) – the Working on Fire Programme.

Some of the core content will be a clothing, shoes, educational toys and sanitary provisions. We envisage that from a monetary value the content will be in the region of R 200 per Care Package.

We would like to encourage you to seize this opportunity to either provide sponsorship or donations in the form of cash or supplying some of the content of these Care Packages.

Your contribution will go a long way towards putting a smile on the faces of these children and in so doing you will be making a difference in their lives.

Please find below banking details where you can make your monetary pledge:

Reference:                  WOF Kids CP

Account Holder:          Working on Fire (Pty) Ltd

Bank:                           ABSA

Account Number:        4068161119

Branch code:               632005

 

For more information on product sponsorship, please contact us: +27 21 418 2569 or comms@wofire.co.za.

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