Yesterday was the first day back at school and can sometimes be overwhelming or nerve wrecking, however learners at Etete Primary school had peace of mind knowing that some of their most basic school needs were met.
Netcare Alberlito Hospital embarked on a fabulous drive called "Alberlito goes back to school" stationery project in aid of supporting Etete Primary school as
they embark on their new academic year.
The aim was to collect as much stationary items as possible during the course of the drive however this quickly escalated to fund raising activities where the staff of Alberlito Hospital went all out in selling savouries as well as snacks to achieve the goal of bringing love and hope to students at Etete Primary school.
In total an amount of R3000.00 was raised and 150 portfolio files, examination pads, rulers, pens and pencils, sharpeners etc were donated towards the drive.
"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today" Malcom X
Pictured below are members of the team who hand delivered the stationary packs today
Whitney Taylor (Pharmacist Assistant)
Kirusha Naicker (Human Resources assistant)
Thulasizwe Mngadi (Hospital Manager)
Kinola Sivagopal (Bridging 2 student)
Ridwan Khan (Acting Pharmacy Manager)
Reneshan Gounden (Computer Liason Officer)
Patricia Cele (Principal – Etete Primary School)
Lorna Rashid (Marketing Officer & Patient Liason Officer)
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