Christmas Charity Initiative
Industroclean has embarked on a charity drive in lieu of giving year-end gifts to you – our valued customer.
This initiative has been undertaken in an attempt to enhance the lives of those less fortunate than ourselves.

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Charities supported by the initiative this year are:

Jabulani Khakibos Kids , CHOC , United Cerebral Palsy Association , A Friend in Need


Jabulani Khakibos Kids

Jabulani Khakibos Kids strive towards providing children who have lived on the streets with
specific life skills in preparation for re-integration into their respective communities... Wetrok
donated an industrial sandwich toaster to Jabulani Khakibos kids and took along all the
ingredients to “christen” the machine.

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CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation

CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation is a country wide voluntary organisation. It brings
together the parents of children who suffer from all varieties of cancer or life threatening blood
disorders.

Funds raised are applied to directly benefit the children and their families, and also those
involved in the treatment of these most serious illnesses.
The goal of this dedicated group is to improve the welfare and quality of care for children with
cancer.

The organisation provides direct practical help to children with cancer, from diagnosis
onwards, recognising the inevitable disruption to family life when a child faces vigorous and
often lengthy treatment.

The name CHOC (an abbreviation of “Children’s Haematology Oncology Clinics”) was used
by the first local parent group, established in 1979. In 2000 a new national organisation was
formed, linking parent groups in all parts of the country.

Industroclean donated a single disc machine and the chemicals needed to keep the CHOC ward at
the Joburg hospital hygienically clean for patients.

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pdf A letter from choc 78.37 Kb

United Cerebral Palsy Assocation

The United Cerebral Palsy Association of SA is a non-profit NGO, which is home to 50
physically and mentally handicapped children and young adults. They suffer with a condition
called cerebral palsy caused when the brain is damaged through lack of oxygen. This
happens before, during or after birth and through accidents and physical abuse. The severity
of the disability means that the residents require constant care, intense therapy and
stimulation to enable them to reach their maximum potential and lead happy and fulfilling
lives. Some of the residents have been totally abandoned by their families and the home
relies on donations.

Wetrok donated 50 towel sets for all the residents and sponsored a Xmas party. The joy and
appreciation on the faces of all the patients was clearly evident and it was a humbling
experience for members of the Wetrok sales team. Donovan who hasn’t walked without a
walker for ages walked unaided to the table to thank us for the party!!

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A Friend in Need

Friend in Need is a feeding scheme based on the West Rand, which feeds approximately 200
families every Monday morning! There is also a crèche on the property catering to the needs
of less privileged children. The crèche building is in bad need of TLC - Industroclean have donated
the paint and accessories to refurbish the classrooms and the playground equipment. The
centre will also be hosting a Xmas party for all the children later in December and we will
supply sweets and other “goodies”.

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