Emperors Palace Supports Local businesses
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
When the COVID-19 crisis started last year Emperors Palace heeded Government's call for businesses to offer support to less fortunate communities and the hospitality and gaming giant subsequently donated R20-million towards much needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to 156 schools in Ekurhuleni. The Palace of Dreams kicked its efforts off in September 2020 and has since delivered supplies like masks, shields, gloves, aprons, soap and cleaning materials to these schools. In addition, to further empower the communities in the casino’s catchment area, it (Emperors Palace) contracted local businesses and co-operatives to make the masks. One of the co-operatives that benefited is the Dorcas Foundation situated in the Ethafeni Multi-Skill Centre in Tembisa. Here some of the Foundation’s members, Patricia Mbatha (front left), Maggie Mabuza (front right), Maria Mohlala (back left) and Annah Macheke (back right) are pictured hard at work making some of the 23 052 masks produced to date for Tembisa schools while Emperors Palace Trust Administrator, Makomane Ntabo looks on during a recent visit. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)
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