To commemorate the end of the year celebration and usher in the new year with the less privileged in the society especially the orphans and elderly ones as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and ways of giving back to the society, Dufil Prima Foods Plc, makers of Nigeria’s No.1 Noodle brand, Indomie instant noodles has donated several cartons of its products to some selected Orphanages and Homes for the Aged in key cities across the country.
In Lagos, the Indomie team visited Heritage Home – Anthony, Little Saints Orphanage – Ilupeju, Real Woman Foundation Love Home Orphanage – Magodo, Nigerian Red Cross Society – Makoko, Society for the Blind – Oshodi, Holy Family Home for the Elderly – Regina Mundi, Alakara. Elderly Care Home – Oki Lane Maryland, Heart of Gold Hospices – Surulere and Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care – Akoka among others.
Mr. Tope Ashiwaju, the Group Corporate Communications and Events Manager for Dufil, while speaking during the Lagos visits, said December / January are months of giving and one of the best times to show love and admiration.
According to Mr Tope, “As we celebrate this festive season of Christmas and usher in the new year, the donation is an avenue for the company to show love to the less privileged in the society, including the orphans by putting smiles on their faces. In the spirit of the season, the management and staff of Dufil Prima Foods Ltd want everyone to have something to cheer.”
Ashiwaju, revealed that the company believes so much in giving a reasonable proportion of profit earned back to the society through its varied corporate social responsibility initiatives which he noted have far reaching effect in the lives of Nigerians.
Ashiwaju, recounted that the company recently Dufil boosts Nigerian Teachers’ Value with Educational Tools by organised a value-added seminar for teachers in public and private schools across the country.
‘In the recent past, we have also has awarded millions of naira education support grant to indigent Primary and Secondary School students across the country, donated hospitals equipment to Pediatrics’ wards of major hospitals across the country to take care of the children and mothers, as well as donation of Science Laboratory Equipment to Schools,” he stated.