N$160 000 to charity by WB We Care Trust

22 January 2021 | Local News

Staff Reporter



Woermann, Brock & Co. recently celebrated its 126th anniversary with the Win&Give promotion. A total of N$1.1 million in cash and shopping vouchers was won by customers.

The Give part of the promotion was a WB We Care Trust initiative whereby the eight main prize winners in the competition got the opportunity to select an organisation to receive a N$20 000 voucher.

The WB We Care Trust was established in 2008 with a mission to support Namibians who are affected by HIV, orphans and widows, people with disabilities and the elderly in need. The trust hopes to become involved in all communities in surrounding areas of all WB Stores.

This is the list of major winners and their selected organisations. All of them already received their N$20,000 vouchers.

Winner Beneficiary

Margaretha van Wyk NOAH – Namibia Old Age Helpfund

Constancia Melk Hope Village

Elizabeth Wittmann Lions Club Windhoek

Kaushunwa Venasius Kids Soup Kitchen

Fransina Matsi Oonte Charity Group (OVC)

Gabriel Mwaninga Green Acres School

Lavinia Ndana Laban Shapange Pre-School

Mateus Matias Odibo Combined School

Organisations that care for the needy in towns and areas surrounding any WB Supermarket are invited to apply for grants from the WB We Care Trust. Fennie Mwetudhana, the administrator, will try to assist where they can.

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