Members of the Lord Scott Foundation visited the Crisis Mother Orphanage in Umbumbulu in KwaZulu-Natal to hand out a variety of items, including school uniforms and stationery.
The Foundation, co-founded by UKZN alumnus Mr Minenhle Scott, is dedicated to assisting young people in need, including victims of sexual assault and violence.
The handover was attended and supported by ward Councillor, Mr Goodhope Makhanya; Miss eThekwini Municipality, Ms Nompumelelo Nkosi; Vuma FM’s Radio Personality, Ms Nomfundo Mkhize, eThekwini Municipality’s Mr Theo Scott and prominent businessman, Mr Serge Cabonge.
Young folk at the orphanage were treated to a memorable day, receiving school uniforms, clothing, stationery, and food parcels, among other goods.
Said Scott: ‘The Lord Scott Foundation thanks donors, partners and participating sponsors including Beiersdorf, Vodacom, Dunbar Spar, Lihle and Sis’Boh for the décor, Vusi for the sound, and each and every noble Samaritan who contributed to the success of our initiative.’