Child and youth care centre enjoys visit from South African Navy

Members of the centre are grateful to the SA Navy for giving off their time, and to the Ubuntu Community Chest for their long-standing partnership with the centre.

The Ethelbert Child and Youth Care Centre, which is based in Malvern, was a hive of excitement when a troop from the South African Navy visited the organisation for a fun day, recently.

The team of 12 representatives got down to business early morning prepping, priming and painting the outdoor play area for the centre as part of the Ubuntu Community Chest’s Day of Caring initiative.

The naval team were on point, methodically working to create a beautiful area for the children of Ethelbert CYC centre to enjoy.

Team leader for the day, Buppy Naidoo said, “We are inspired by the work of this organisation and are so happy to be here today, contributing to making this an even more inviting place for the children.”

Members of the centre are grateful to the SA Navy for giving off their time, and to the Ubuntu Community Chest for their long-standing partnership with the centre.

Director of the centre, Vanessa Theophilus said, “Partnering with like-minded individuals and organisations is fundamental in sustaining the work we do. It is through collaborations such as this, donations and in-kind support that we are able to offer an impactful experience of family life for our children; creating a caring community at large.”

Source RGCS

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