CLOVER Mmmilk for Denver Primary School on Mandela Day
Jul 19th, 10:26
As part of Nelson Mandela Day, Clover donated 1,200 bottles of Clover Mmmilk to thirsty learners at Denver Primary School, where The Star newspaper and LeadSA spent the day on July, 18.
The school, in the Denver/Malvern area in Johannesburg, is a no-fees school that accommodates 1,200 learners a year. Each of these students is provided with two meals at the school every term week day. Most of the learners are from informal settlements around Denver.
Volunteers assisted the school in painting their classrooms, stationary was donated and Clover helped to quench the thirst of the excited students. Click here for more information on Clover
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