Parched areas of KwaZulu-Natal stand to benefit from a massive water collection drive, spearheaded by East Coast Radio.
Launching Project #WaterShare on East Coast Breakfast, presenter Darren Maule urged the province’s people to help make a difference in the lives of tens of thousands of residents who are bearing the brunt of one of KZN’s worst droughts. “You guys have always heeded our call for help,” said Maule. “And now, more than ever, we need you to help us help the people of our wonderful province who are in dire straits.”
Residents and businesses are been urged to donate brand new, sealed bottles of water to East Coast Radio. Project #WaterShare will run until Sunday evening (31 January 2016). KZN relief organisation, Gift of the Givers, has come on board to help the station distribute the water supplies to areas worst-affected by the protracted dry spell.
Speaking to Darren Maule and the East Coast Breakfast team on air, the station’s General Manager, Boni Mchunu, said, “People are desperate for our help. This is the time for us to come together, roll up our sleeves and help fellow residents of our beautiful province.”
Listeners and businesses can donate the sealed, new bottles of water at the following addresses:
East Coast Radio
313 Umhlanga Rocks Drive
Gift of The Givers
569 Ridge Road
Gift of the Givers
Hanifa’s Industrial Park
31 Willowton Road
More details on Project #WaterShare are available at www.ecr.co.za
Come get involved.
Every bottle makes a difference.