The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter

Honeywell donates to orphanages in Lagos and Ogun states

Related

Donation-musictotheearsAS part of its Corporate Social Responsibility programmes, Honeywell Flour Mills Plc has donated products and cash worth over a million naira to orphanage homes, to mark this year’s Children’s Day.

The foremost producer of wheat- based products also restated its commitment to positively impact on humanity by giving back to the society through effective CSR activities.

Managing Director, Mr. Lanre Jaiyeola, who stated this last week during a visit to some orphanage homes in Lagos and Ogun states where the company donated its products and cash, noted that Honeywell Flour Mills will continue to support good cause in the society, especially those that have direct impact on human development.

Honeywell, according to him, will continue to seize the opportunity to make its impact felt in the society, listing such opportunities to include sporting events, entrepreneurship programs, vulnerable groups, etc. “It is our own way of adding value to the people that we believe should have needs within the society, and our own way to alleviate poverty, suffering in the land”, he said.

Among beneficiaries werethe SOS Village, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, Little Saints Orphanage and Bethesda Home for the Blind, in Lagos.

Jaiyeola, represented by Senior Brand Manager, Noodles & Pasta, Mr Lanre Da-Silva said: “Every good organisation should have a CSR on its objectives because we cannot do anything without the people we are serving.



No Comments yet