Local school helps less fortunate children

With some of the donations are Marcia du Plooy (left), Makhosi Njari (driver) and Ernestina Keele (manager).

Every year Gina Jorge, the owner and principal of Smiley Kids Albemarle, donates to the less fortunate.

Last year she donated blankets and clothing so this year she decided to donate non-perishable food items.

The food was recently donated to Siyabonga Children’s Cottages in Norton Small Farms.

Staff from Smiley Kids Albemarle delivered the donations to the children.

With some of the donations are Marcia du Plooy (left), Makhosi Njari (driver) and Ernestina Keele (manager).

 

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