ROTOCON donates 11 050 disposable face masks to four NGOs

Megan Nortje, assistant manager at ROTOCON’s Durbanville branch

MEGAN NORTJE, assistant manager at ROTOCON’s Durbanville branch, reports the recent donation of 11 050 disposable face masks to four NGOs that assist children and underprivileged communities around Cape Town.

The masks have been distributed to community members served by the PWR Project: Bullying & Discrimination Awareness, which distributes 2 000 meals a week, and the Yarden Children’s Enrichment Centre, which offers day-care and a therapy facility for children with rare diseases and physical disabilities.

Other recipients were the staff and 144 children at the Durbanville Children’s Home and the BE KIND Foundation that feeds and assists families in need, and helps with animal medical treatments and adoptions.

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