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Embellishment
08 May 2019
Embellishment Works for Caritas’ Centre d’Éveil de Saint Sauveur

Caritas’ Centre d’Éveil de Saint Sauveur – dedicated to early childhood awakening, is housed on the grounds of its namesake church in Bambous. This Tuesday 30th April afternoon, it witnessed an unusual effervescence as the kindergarten was being taken over by some fifteen employees of Medine Group, for a noble cause. Indeed, these Medine Volunteers had taken up the challenge of embellishing, over the afternoon, this early childhood awakening centre managed Caritas, which welcomes daily 26 two-year old children. Meanwhile, the young occupants had been offered an excursion at Casela World of Adventures, under the joint supervision of the park’s volunteering personnel and their own educators. Meanwhile, with the view to offering them a pleasant surprise at their return, Medine Volunteers enthusiastically tackled the repainting of the nursery, prior to redesigning its reading corner and revamping the whole space with a multitude of new toys - offered by Fondation Medine Horizons, as well as generously donated by Medine Group employees.

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