A NEWLY-opened classy restaurant in Lusaka’s Woodlands has shared profits it made during the the festive season with Child Care and Adoption Society of Zambia, a Chilenje transit home.
Handing over the assorted items today at the Child Care Home, Free Fun properter Dillon Mayangwa said it was a right time to spread love and lift up children’s spirits in “our communities.”
Mayangwa said his restaurant was making a donation to share the profit made during Christmas and New year celebrations.
He said he believes in the spirit of giving and improving the lives of vulnerable people.
Mayangwa pledged that Free Fun was ready to partner with communities through charity works.
“We are operating within this community and we are ready to work with orphanages and centres that are looking after children and less privileged in our communities,” Mayangwa said.
“Chilenje is our home. We are doing this to help inspire young people. To give them hope that we are there for them.”
Receiving the donation, Child Care and Adoption Society of Zambia caregiver Delia Ntala thanked Free Fun Restaurant and Bar management for the gesture.
She said the donation would go a long way in feeding the 23 children that are currently housed at the centre.
Kalemba January 11, 2024