- Volkswagen workers in Port Elizabeth demonstrated the amazing South African spirit
- They packed meals for orphans using the Human Dignity Centre
- They worked with the Rise Against Hunger nongovernmental organisation
Over 160 Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) employees showed orphans and vulnerable children some love over the weekend.
Through their Show of Hands Volunteer Programme, they packed 25,000 meals for the kids who use the Human Dignity Centre in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape.
Briefly.co.za learned that they teamed up with Rise Against Hunger, a nongovernmental organisation.
The workers also distributed the meals to three other Early Childhood Development Centres in the Nelson Mandela Bay community.
They also brightened up the Human Dignity Centre by painting exterior walls, water tanks and jungle gyms.
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Nonkqubela Maliza, VWSA's Director for Corporate and Government Affairs, praised the volunteers' work:
I am so humbled by our employees giving their personal time to our Show of Hands initiative. Being able to make a difference to this Centre means that these orphans and vulnerable children have a safe, bright and happy place to come to.
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