Three schools: Mngcunube Primary School in KwaNobuhle, Nomathamsanqa Primary School in Despatch and Seyisi Primary School in Kwazakhele, require various essential assets – which include desks, chairs, carpets, sick beds, and kitchen utensils – to better the learners’ learning conditions.
Air Products Eastern Cape Area Sales Manager, Pierre Fourie, recently handed a cheque for R41 600 over to Community Chest Chief Executive, Beulah Lumkwana, who will ensure the handover to the three schools. “Through the Community Chest we came to know about the urgent needs of these schools, and we simply had to assist. As a company we believe that giving back to the communities in which we live and operate is essential,” said Fourie.
According to Lumkwana the Community Chest is involved in these schools to assist in sourcing equipment that will ensure an environment that is conducive for learning: “Currently, these learners sit on the ground with no chairs or carpets, and those who prepare food for the children have no kitchen utensils to work with. We thank Air Products for their donation that will make a remarkable difference to the learning conditions of these learners.”
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