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Masslift Africa Receives the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital’s Globetrotter Award for its Commitment to Child Healthcare

Masslift Africa, passionate about its commitment to social responsibility, has been honoured with the prestigious Globetrotter Award by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital for its ongoing contributions to child healthcare. The Globetrotter Award is presented to donors who go above and beyond in their support of the hospital, reflecting their deep dedication to the well-being of children in South Africa.

Masslift Africa has long been a faithful advocate for community development, particularly in the areas of education and child healthcare. This commitment to social responsibility extends beyond meeting societal expectations and underscores the company’s core belief in investing in the welfare of others for the greater good of humanity.

A recent visit by Masslift Africa to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital allowed the team to witness firsthand the remarkable work being done at the hospital. Founded with the vision of creating a child-friendly healthcare environment, the hospital’s colourful, interactive, and relaxed atmosphere reflects the late Nelson Mandela’s dream of ensuring that all children receive the best medical care, regardless of their background or financial circumstances.

The hospital’s unwavering commitment to never turning away a child, irrespective of their ability to pay, is a testament to its dedication to serving the community’s children. Masslift Africa acknowledges the importance of supporting such initiatives and encourages others to get involved as well.

“We would like to acknowledge with deep gratitude the support we have received from Masslift and its stakeholders. It is through support from individuals and organisations like Masslift that the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund (NMCF) and its flagship project the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital (NMCH) can thrive in embracing a holistic healing approach to improving the health outcome of children,” says Agnes Kambira, Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Fundraising Officer.

There are numerous ways to contribute to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, either through donations or volunteering. “We urge individuals and organisations to explore where they have the capacity to contribute to children’s healthcare to ensure we nurture and develop at grass-roots level. Children are the future of our country, and it truly takes a village to raise a child, ensuring that they are loved and cared for.” – Thembi Mazibuko, CFO of Masslift Africa.

Masslift Africa’s achievement of the Globetrotter Award serves as a testament to its commitment to social responsibility and dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of children in the community. Through their actions, Masslift Africa demonstrates that businesses can play a vital role in supporting initiatives that serve the greater good of society.

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