Octodec, sister company of City Property, donated 150 dignity bags for abused women and children today to Unchain Our Children. Four ladies from the Johannesburg branch visited Unchain to bring the bags stacked with high quality items. In the bags for the women were toiletries, manicure sets, feminine hygiene items, snacks, and chocolates. And for the children, were toiletries, colouring-in-books, crayons, sweeties and snacks and a soft toy.
“Items were personally selected by us women for the vulnerable women. We prayed and trusted God to make this donation possible because we did it with all our love, care, and dedication”, they said.
Jungle Oats and long-life milk were also added to the already generous donation.
Unchain Our Children was incredibly blessed to meet with Nasreen Ebrahim, Credit Controller, Nosiphiwo Mkhumbeni (Credit Controller), Botumelo Malaka (Property Manager) and Ungwang Kehositse (Property Manager). Their enthusiasm to support Unchain Our Children’s cause was simply amazing and they pledged their future support to brighten up the lives of abused women and children.
“We have deep compassion for abused women and children therefore we want to make a difference by giving from our hearts with love to make a difference and bring them happiness”, said Nasreen.
Wayne van Onselen, Founder and Executive Director of Unchain Our Children was expressing his sincerest gratitude towards Mr Jeffrey Wapnick, Managing Director of Octodec, the Management and staff for another huge donation of dignity bags.
Octodec holds a strong portfolio of commercial-, industrial-, retail-, office and apartment properties in Pretoria and Johannesburg, and has been recognized as one of the most well-known corporates in South-Africa celebrating more than 50 years of managing properties.
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