KFC’s Add Hope and partners serving SOS Children’s Villages in Rustenburg
Rustenburg – In honour of KFC’s 50th birthday celebrations, Supreme Poultry (situated in the North-West and Free State provinces), a wholly owned subsidiary of Country Bird Holdings (CBH) and a supply partner to KFC, joined forces with Add Hope to bring much needed relief to SOS Children’s Villages in Rustenburg on 14 September.
“SOS has been an Add Hope partner since 2009, where we work closely with them to provide the children in their care with the meals they need to thrive,” says Andra Nel, CSI Manager at KFC SA.
“However, it recently came to our attention that their Rustenburg village was in dire need of new beds and mattresses to maintain hygiene standards as well as upgrades to their fencing for safety and security and so we stepped in to identify a potential beneficiary.”
With a strong focus on the community, Supreme Poultry and CBH stepped forward to assist - donating R100,000 to assist with these challenges.
“We identify strongly with KFC’s commitment to helping the less fortunate communities in which we operate, especially during these challenging times and contending with the COVID pandemic, unemployment, and hunger and we are pleased we were able to assist the SOS Children’s Villages in Rustenburg with some of their immediate requirements,” said Brendon de Boer, CEO of CBH.
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