Casual Day Funds Handover at Kristopher Ryan Protective Workshop

“Sasol has a platform that we utilise to engage our employees to support communities around our operations. The platform is called Sasol For Good, which our Employee Volunteering Programme that leverages the considerable and diverse abilities and expertise of Sasol employees to empower communities.”

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FLTR: Pam Kotze (Cntr. Man. Kristopher Ryan PW) - Sharen Wickens (Chairperson KRPW) - Adeline Mbhele (Principal Osizweni School for LSEN) - Rethabile Nbhele (Sen. Man. Communications, Brands and Events) - Janneke Greeff (Operations Mobilising and Events Man)

The attendees inside the hall at Kristopher Ryan Protective Workshop (KRPW) were bustling with excitement and anticipation, awaiting the commencement of the Casual Day Funds Handover ceremony by Sasol on 13 September.
On the one hand the group from KRPW who was awaiting their turn to exhibit with pride their dance steps and songs to the audience.
Ms Pam Kotze from Kristopher Ryan Protective Workshop, Ms Adeline Mbhele from Osizweni School for Learners with Special Educational Needs, were forestalling the funds that would become available to assist them in the taking care of both centrums.
The welcome speech was by Ms Rethabile Ndjibu, Senior Manager Communications, brand and events – Secunda – Highveld social services hub.
“In many cultures, the call to serve your community is seen as the highest accolade one can achieve. It is through service that we build common purpose, common good and transform ourselves and each other. At Sasol, we fully appreciate the responsibility to play a meaningful role in the communities we operate in.
We, therefore, are honoured to have opportunities like Casual Day that allow us to be a force for good opportunities that allow us to participate in bringing positive change in people’s lives.”
“Sasol has a platform that we utilise to engage our employees to support communities around our operations. The platform is called Sasol For Good, which our Employee Volunteering Programme that leverages the considerable and diverse abilities and expertise of Sasol employees to empower communities.”
“For the past seven years, Sasol has participated in the Casual Day campaign to support persons with disabilities. Today, three of the organisations around our operations will benefit from that exercise. The money received from Sasol and its employees, a sum of R40 000.00 that will be distributed equally between Kristopher Ryan and Osizweni.”
“In closing, I would like to encourage us all with the words of the father of our nation, Tata Nelson Mandela and I quote: “What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” So, let’s continue to work together to do so,” said Rethabile Ndjibu. – Aart Reedijk

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