$20 000 boost for Campfire

HARARE - Delta's Castle Lager brand has handed $20 000 to the Community Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (Campfire).

The money was received by Campfire director Charles Jonga. It is part of Delta’s corporate social responsibility, conducted in the form of a competition.

Delta Corporation Limited is a leading beverage company, which offers local and international brands in lager beer, traditional beer, Coca-Cola franchised sparkling and alternative non-alcoholic beverages.

Delta’s marketing manager Patricia Murambinda said the money was gathered after they conducted a draw at Old Georgians Sports Club in October.

“Consumers were required to buy any two packs of Castle Lager of their choice to enable them to sign on the Charles Glass Friendship Wall in support of conservation and vote for the wildlife conservation of their choice among the three selected organisations which were Campfire, Hwange Painted Dogs and Hwange Lion Research organisations,” she said.

Murambinda said hopefully the money will go into expanding the Castle brand while also assisting in the conservation programs conducted by Campfire.

Jonga said approximately 2,5 million people benefit from Campfire through construction of schools, clinics and education provision.

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