DBC PACKAGING AND DBC WOVENS

DBC Packaging and DBC Wovens have supported Celebrate Life SA for the past 2 years with their Enterprise Development. This year we have placed 8 microbakeries in the communities with their generous funding. Microbakeries have been placed in Pinetown, Empangeni x 2, Manyoni, Avoca,Umfolozi,and 2 in Mtwaluma. This equates to 32 women being uplifted and given a business opportunity.  Baking 40 loaves of bread a day x 8 ovens = 6400 loaves pm.And an average income of R6200 pm.Without companies like DBC Packaging and DBC Wovens, who believe in women empowerment and sustainable living and creating skills Development, we would not be able to make the difference we do. A huge shout out for your support and commitment to us. Thank you.

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