Black Cat Spreads The Love
On Wednesday April 12, Black Cat Peanut butter and Albany bread pledged to feed over 1 000 people in need. Brescia House School was the host of the extraordinary sandwich making initiative whereby school kids, moms and famous SA personalities got their hands peanut buttered.
Celeb mom, Leanne Dlamini says “making these Black Cat peanut butter sandwiches for others in need warmed my heart, I’m so used to making my kids favourites every day and today I got to feed other kids that truly need good sustenance for their day”. Chef Nti and Dr Smile were also present on the day.
The 3 000 sandwiches were then delivered to The Witkoppen Clinic which Brescia House Often supports and The Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre, which is a comprehensive primary non-profit healthcare centre with social services in Fourways. They see thousands of kids and adults daily who wait in long queues to see them.
The other half of the Black Cat peanut butter sandwiches were also sent to Abagani Enkpsoni (Enkosini) in Alex who feed 250 kids daily.
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