18 JULY – Making a difference

BY John Vasicek
Sales and Marketing Manager
John's responsibilities include managing the brand, marketing and sales portfolios for Work Dynamics.

The Work Dynamics strap line of “talent at work” was particularly appropriate on the Nelson Mandela International Day as the team participated either in their personal capacities or as part of a Work Dynamics initiative throughout the main centres of South Africa.


Nthabiseng Thuthuzela Rape Care Centre

This centre represents a radical approach to rape care management. The doors are open to all children, women and male rape victims. The centres rely on support and funding and we gathered the following items to assist them: amongst others, childrens clothing, toys, bedding, toiletries, clothing, shoes, bags and linen.

http:// www.unicef.org/southafrica/protection_5080.html

Cape Town

Ubuntu House

Ubuntu House looks after abandoned, orphaned or neglected babies from birth to two years old. Where possible, babies are reunited but if not possible, babies are placed in a forever family through adoption. Work Dynamics helped by providing baby formula and nappies, healthcare products such as medicine and warm winter beanies.

http:// www.ubuntuhouse.co.za/



Work Dynamics Durban supported MySchool initiatives by donating money at their local grocery stores and outlets which will help towards buying clothes, food and stationery for children heading back to school after the break.

Port Elizabeth

Animal Anti Cruelty League

The AACL relies entirely on the generosity and goodwill of the animal loving public for financial support. Work Dynamics donated much-needed furniture.

http:// www.aacl.org.za

Work Dynamics was privileged to be able to make a small difference and thanks the people behind these organisations for the difference that they make every minute of every day.