At PhotoNote, we love to give back when the opportunity presents itself. As education is a large part of what we pride ourselves on, we strive to help people obtain one in any shape or form, whether it be learning a new trade or sponsoring a school.
We donated a Toshiba e-Studio 305 Printer to the Dennis Hurley Centre Trust, who will be assisting Durban’s homeless in getting shelters and acquiring skills so they can find work.
The Inkosinathi Interfaith Programme was launched at the Denis Hurly Centre in the Warwick Triangle yesterday. The programme, which is a joint Muslim and Christian initiative has given hope to the many homeless people in the city who visit the centre for meals, bathing and doing washing.
Herbert Stewart is one of those who frequents the centre - "I'll gain some meals everyday and I'll have a bath everyday and they're going to see that we got some jobs in the near future. They're helping us quite a lot because we did not have anything at all before. I feel it's a great blessing to us as we stay on the streets," he said.