Matrix doing it for St Mary’s Children’s Home

Thrilled to be receiving the cheque, Sonja Harmse (middle) with Cornelia Tilli and Jo-Ann Els, from Matrix Warehouse Group.   

ALBERTON –  CEO of Matrix Warehouse Group, Justin Lowe, says, “We’ve taken on the home as our project and we will carry on supporting them as much as we can,” he said.

Director of St Mary’s, Sonja Harmse said, “Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. What Matrix and The Mad Platter are doing is phenomenal and I can’t tell you how much it means to us. You coming on board is making a big difference in the running of the home and therefore, helping the children.”

If you own a company and can assist St Mary’s, in anyway, even with voluntary assistance (handywork/ maintenance, etc), please phone 011 435 3820 and ask to speak to Sonja.

 

 

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Julie Maule
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