Haval South Africa is taking huge strides in the local market - not only with its vehicles, but also by getting involved with local communities and non-profit organisations.
This week Haval donated much-needed equipment and supplies to Wylie House Child and Youth Care Centre in Durban, KZN. Wylie House has been operating for 70 years and focuses on girls aged between 3 to 18 years who have been neglected, abused or abandoned. The centre relies on donations for over 40% of its expenses and support is always needed.
In addition to taking in children in need of care, Wylie House also runs education programmes for children living with diabetes and HIV. The centre helps teach young women and children how to properly manage these illnesses and also assist in linking them to their nearest clinics and medical professionals. With over 70 years of experience in helping those in need, Wylie House has become a beacon of hope in KZN.
Haval South Africa also made a donation of sport gear to the Marine Surf Lifesaving Club, which is arguably the most famous and successful lifesaving operation in the country. Members of the club will be participating in the Lifesaving World Championships that take place in Australia this year.
The above-mentioned donations were made as part of Haval South Africa's 2018 Outreach Expedition that runs from 20 September to 4 October and with six vehicles travelling from Johannesburg to Cape Town along the East and South Coasts of South Africa.