Five Roses Tea takes up the RAKNomination challenge from Shoprite
Issued by Match Creative Resource Agency on behalf of Five Roses - Feb 21st 2014, 11:01
Five Roses Tea were recently RAKnominated by Shoprite to do their part in the community and show what they can do as a Random Act of Kindness (RAKNomination).
Marketing Manager of Entyce Beverages, Lindy Lou Alexander headed off to the Kliptown Youth Centre in Soweto, Johannesburg. The Kliptown Youth Program’s mission is to eradicate the poverty of mind, body, and soul and to fight against the disadvantages imposed on the children of Kliptown, by providing educational support and after school activities. It seeks to develop young and dynamic individuals who are willing to contribute effectively for the betterment of their community.
Five Roses donated R50 000.00 to the program as well as donate monthly hampers of Five Roses Tea, Frisco Coffee and Ellis Brown Coffee Creamer to the 400 households of each of the program’s members.
In addition to fulfilling the RAKNomination, Five Roses has nominated organisations Vodacom, MTN and Cell C, just because they know they can do things big!
Take a look at the Five Roses RAKNomination video below
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