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CELL C EMPLOYEES IN THE WESTERN CAPE HELP THREE NEEDY ORGANISATIONS

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Wednesday, November 29: Cell C employee volunteers are spreading smiles this November with each regional office coming to the aid of organisations and needy individuals as part of #CellCKindness month.

The Western Cape region has supported the Delft Primary School, Habibia Orphanage and Mossel Bay Care Centre and today Cell C volunteers visited both Delft and Habibia. 

Delft Primary School, a public primary school located in Voorbrug with more than

1 300 registered learners, received clothing and hygiene packs. Habibia Children's Home, which cares for girls aged between eight and 18, took delivery of toiletries and non-perishable food.

Mossel Bay Care Centre, a pre-school for 30 children, will be getting plastic chairs and tables, paints and crayons and non-perishable food items.

Says Nezaam Harris, Managing Executive of Cell C Western Cape “Earlier this year, Cell C introduced its Acts of Kindness campaign, with the aim of helping individuals and communities who are most in need. We are delighted that our employees have been able to come together to inspire hope and make a small difference in the lives of these children.”

NOTES FOR EDITORS

CELL C RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS

As a proudly South African company, Cell C ascribes to the philosophy of compassion and kindness as the catalyst for real change.  To this end, Cell C has introduced a humanitarian initiative to respond as quickly as possible to crises being faced by communities, humans or animals. November 13, 2017 was World Kindness Day. During the month of November 2017, Cell C will be spreading smiles by encouraging acts of kindness.



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