A1 pledges financial support for educating poor children in Africa3rd October 2014
A1 Pharmaceuticals have formed a partnership with New Life Church who have strong links with Clarens, South Africa since 1999. Over the years they have helped communities by getting involved with teaching, tuition, outreach and practical building work. Their main links are with the Dihlabeng Chrisitan School which was started in 2000, it has grown from teaching 11 children in a garage to a thriving school with over 130 students many of whom are either orphaned or from very poor backgrounds and are now receiving sponsored education.
Working together with New Life Church A1 will be making a trip out to Clarens in 2015 to sponsor up to 10 children to help improve their education development and quality of life. We will also be supporting doctors with important medical devices to help improve the communities healthcare.
Gary Lewis and the team will be looking to use this opportunity to mentor young, potential entrepreneurs in making their dreams become reality.
« Back to News