The lockdown regulations implemented with the outbreak of COVID-19 have had a direct impact on us all. The effect on the vulnerable in our society has been brutal. To show compassion where there has been uncertainty and desperation, Mangwanani has responded with a humanitarian approach.
A project has been initiated by Mangwanani to offer food parcels to the Enduduzweni Community Care Centre in Groutville, on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. This centre cares for 151 orphans and orphans who have been taken in by foster families. During lockdown, the concern was that the youngsters did not have access to the proper daily meals they always received at the Centre. Therefore, Mangwanani staff and their CEO, Erin Limbert, joined forces to purchase groceries for the 50 families and the 151 orphans.
However, their outreach has not ended there. They have also launched an “Assist-a-Family” Fund. The public and companies are asked to donate to this cause. Funds will be used to feed the hungry who have no means to feed themselves or their families. Anyone interested in donating or finding out more, is welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new ‘Face of’ our product ranges
Mangwanani have also initiated a new campaign: The Spa is now in search of new faces to represent several new product ranges that we will be launching. They are seeking four females, one male, and a female teenager to be the ‘Faces of’. Each winner will receive R25 000 worth of spa vouchers and products. View more information.
Mangwanani’s Young Designer
Mangwanani offers young designers a platform to promote themselves while designing a range of spa, lounge, and leisure wear. Such attire will be marketed at their branches as well as at other retail outlets, nationally. They are seeking a designer for men’s wear, women’s wear, and teen wear. The winner could win R25 000 in cash. For more information do visit our website www.mangwanani.co.za.