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Checkers donates refreshments for health workers in the Tygerberg area

| Social Responsibility

Following a request by the community to assist healthcare workers who are working tirelessly in the fight against COVID-19, Checkers Western Cape Division responded by donating some much needed refreshments.

The refreshment packs were distributed on Monday, 18 January to 300 health workers at Cape Gate Mediclinic and Louis Leipodt hospital to show the retailer’s appreciation to the medical and support personnel who are at the frontline during this pandemic. 

“Since the start of this pandemic, we have donated 7000 care packages containing essential products to COVID-19 patients in different Health facilities across the country. Communities are at the core of our business we are committed to #ActForChange in the communities in which we operate by joining forces with communities and local partners on social investment initiatives that make a real difference in people’s lives. ” said Lunga Schoeman, CSI Manager, Shoprite Group.  

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