WINDHOEK: Radio Energy 100fm in partnership with the Office of the Auditor General and Woerman &Brock (WB) Supermarket warmed the hearts of elders at the Katutura Old Age Home by donating foodstuff and blankets on Friday.
Woermann & Brock Supermarket donated foodstuff valued to N.dollars 2500 while the Office of the Auditor General donated 80 blankets.
Speaking at the donation of foodstuff and blankets to the Katutura Old Age Home General Manager of Radio Energy 100fm Joseph Ailonga said as part of its social responsibility the station has put it upon itself to have charity drives that will set a culture of giving and caring to less fortunate communities.
¨By making a difference in our communities the rest of the listeners will follow in our footsteps and donate basic commodities or take up a culture of spending time with the elderly,¨ Ailonga said.
On his part Marketing Manager of Woermann & Brock Konrad Schwieger said his hopeful the partnership between the three organisations will go a long way for the benefit of the vulnerable groups of Namibia.
He then called on businesses in the country to jump in and participate in more worthy causes such as this.
The Katutura Old Age Home which is one of the oldest establishments of its kind, houses 19 elderly people.