Corporate world urged to give to the disadvantaged


LOCAL seed company Seed Co has challenged other corporate organisations to come on board and assist the needy as a way of bridging the gap between the haves and have nots.


Speaking at the handover of a donations of 400kg of maize meal at Harare Children’s Home on Monday, Seed Co spokesperson Marjorie Mutemererwa emphasised the importance of giving back to the community.

“As Seed Co we are trying to bridge the gap between the fortunate in life and the less fortunate as we realise that charity is an essential part of every community,” she said.

“What one might take lightly makes a difference in another person’s life and without donations it is impossible to bring the smiles or restore faith in the life of those that require it,” Mutemererwa said.

She commended the staff for fostering the children at the home.

“In a world were young children are on a regular basis susceptible to harm with various cases of abuse and kidnappings reported every day, Seed Co staff has dedicated their lives to ensuring that this home is a safe haven for young boys and girls as they develop into adulthood, regardless of their ethnic and religious affiliations.”

The home, which currently houses 80 children, has also embarked on different self-sustenance projects including poultry and gardening.
Speaking at the same event, director of the children’s home Maria Sithole said: “Seed Co has been continually supporting us for over 10 years, we used to receive 200kg, and later 360kg, but now they have increased the amount to 400kg.”


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