Emperors Palace Donates Linen to the Value of R2,9 Million
Friday, December 10, 2021
With the festive season in full swing, Emperors Palace made the holidays a little brighter for 9 local charities who support the less fortunate in the Ekurhuleni area. R2,9 million in used and new linen consisting of feather duvets, sheets, pillow cases, curtains, throws, towels and other hotel room accessories were donated with the purpose of making a difference over the festive season.
‘Giving back to the community has always been very important at Emperors Palace,’ says Peermont Hospitality Executive Dave Milne, whose team spearheaded the initiative. ‘For many this year has been difficult and we are happy to have made the festive season a little merrier for some in our community.’
The linen donations will go towards helping old age homes and orphanages in the Ekurhuleni area and will comprise of Thembisa Welfare, Vosloorus Old Age Home, EL-Shammah Home, Kid’s Haven,
Boksburg Old Age Home, Benoni Sathya Centre, Barney House, Msakhane ECD Centre and Hlakanang ECD.
Among the latter recipients was the Thembisa Child & Family Welfare Society, Cosmos Old Age Home, Msakhane, Benoni Sathya Sai Centre, El Shammah Child & Youth Care Centre, Hlakanang, Kid’s Haven Benoni, Vosloorus Old Age Home and Barney House. Here representatives from these charities are pictured with Peermont Hospitality Executive, Dave Milne of Benoni (back left), Emperors Palace’s Warehouse Controller, Ntebaeng Matsha (right back) of Kempton Park and Executive Housekeeper, Alice Letebele (front), also of Kempton Park. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)
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