Caxton thanks you!

Caxton Greater Joburg North and West branches joined forces with the community to bring relief to those affected by the Knysna fires in the Western Cape.

Branches in Craighall Park, Weltevreden Park and Witpoortjie reached out to the community to use their offices as drop off points for the much needed donations. These items, along with goods from various drop off points in the community, were collected on 9 June by the Caxton Joburg distribution team.

Staff sort all donated items before the are loaded for the trip.

Members of the Honeydew CPF and Life Wilgeheuwel Hospital were particularly influential and generous in the Roodepoort area for their want to support those affected by the fires.

Greater Joburg North, branch manager, Norman Dawe, said, “A big thank you to the community that is filled with amazing people. Without them, such an initiative never would have happened.”

All the collected items are to be packed by the factory staff at Caxton’s printing works in Industria. Two eight ton trucks will make their way to the George Herald offices in George, Western Cape on 10 June where the goods will be distributed to the Knsyna fire victims.

Community members donate much needed items to fire victims.

 

The factory abuzz with activity.

 

Staff of Caxton Weltevreden Park branch, the Caxton distribution team and members of the Honeydew CPF join forces to load trucks full of donated items.

WATCH: Caxton trucks make their way to Knysna.

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Amy Ingram

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