Hands of Hope not empty-handed thanks to saint Mittal!

VANDERBIJLPARK. – The founder of the Hands of Hope Home Based Care, Isaac Hlalele together with Brenda Mvunge coordinator, could not contain their excitement when one of the big steel companies Arcelor Mittal donated the key of the Mini Bus that can carry 15 passengers recently. Hlalele says that they are over the moon with the transport. This will be of great assistance, especially to the Care Givers attending to patients. The taxi will make their task much easier.

Sometimes we have to attend to a patient in an emergency. The Mini Bus comes at exactly the right time, says Hlalele. It will also help Health Counseling and Testing. Thank you Mittal, for opening your generous heart. We hope that it will extend its hand to other communities. With the transport, we will make sure that it is in the good Hands of Hope,ΓÇ¥ says Hlalele. Heinrich Kriel, general manager of Mittal in Vanderbijlpark said that they were proud and honored to be involved in the work conducted by the Home Based project. He says that it is important to plough back in the projects that take care of the public. ΓÇ£We are aware the kind of work you do and sometimes you literally need to go the extra mile. Without assistance your task may sometimes seem problematic or even impossible. This key is a token of our appreciation, the big steel company is looking forward to assist other projects that benefit the community,ΓÇ¥ says Kriel. Not long ago, Arcellor Mittal donated four vegetables tunnels to Home Based Care in order to provide nutritious meals for people on chronic medication said the coordinator, Mvenge.
Source:  vaalweekly.com