Newcastle Family Charity Day
New Castle family day in support of the Home Meah charity
Fibre Network Operator, Evotel, is holding a family charity day this Saturday, 26 February 2022, from 10:00 to 16:00 at the Huttenpark Primary School in Newcastle. The fun day is in support of the great work the Home Meah child and youth care centre is doing for abandoned, abused and neglected babies in Newcastle and surrounds.
The fun day, is part of Evotel’s commitment towards community support and development and everyone is invited to attend to celebrate the good Home Meah is doing and striving to to achieve for these children in difficult financial times.
Attendees can look forward to a day filled with fun and excitement for all, with complimentary treats, including candy floss, slush puppies, popcorn and boerewors rolls.
Adults and children alike can come and try their hand at rodeo and battling the mechanical bull, splish and splash and in the water slides or bounce around in several jumping castles that will be available. Those with a competitive streak will be able to show their strength on the obstacle course or simply have fun on the Foose ball soccer field.
As the day is dedicated to Home Meah and the children under its care, you will have a chance to meet these little souls, as they enjoy the fun day together with everyone – a rarity for them.
Evotel will also be handing over a cheque to the Home to assist with the day to day care of the kids, along with a donations of nappies, wipes and creams for the babies.
There are also great prizes on offer, like Evotel caps, masks and t-shirts including a lucky prize of a Takealot voucher to the value of R1 000, so don’t miss out.
“Evotel is a company that not only believes in providing Fibre for Everyone, but is also a company that cares for the communities it operates in, such as Newcastle. We reach out to those in need and help in whatever way possible and on this occasion we focussed our attention on the Home Meah charity to thank them for all they are doing for the babies and children they look after and with the support of our customers we are able to donate monies and much needed goods to charities, such as Home Meah, to assist them in their efforts to provide quality care to the abandoned, abused and neglected babies and improve their quality of life,” says Bradley Bekker, Evotel’s Head of Brand.
This is the second family fun day that Evotel is hosting after the success of the first one held in Ladysmith, this January in support of the Ladysmith SPCA. Evotel is constantly investing in the communities it operates in, supporting various charities and initiatives in addition to its main aim of providing Fibre for Everyone.
“We truly care for the wellbeing of the communities we operate in and we place a huge focus on children and the youth, also providing free fibre access to schools in the area, to assist with the education of South Africa’s leaders of tomorrow,” Bekker notes.
More of these fun-filled events are being planned by the company to support charities and communities across the country in the near future.