As the world draw closer to Christmas festivities, National Water and Sewerage Corporation has carried out a cooperate social responsibility activity giving back to vulnerable children at Nsambya babies home.
The team led by the Managing Director Eng. Silver Mugisha, was welcomed by the Director of Child Welfare and Adoption Society (CWAS), Sister Sarah Christine Nalwoga. The team donated pampers, packed milk, posh, soap and other necessities.
Sister Sarah appreciated the gesture of NWSC joining them in child care activities and exhibiting great love and care towards the little ones.
“I understand there was a period of time before I came here, when you financially supported this home in meeting its monthly water bills, which is presently on average Shs 450, 000 per month,” she said.
She said that as a way of sustainability, the babies’ home has some projects that support the organisations huge budget like the Millennium house that offers office space for rent, tents and chairs for hire amongst others.
These projects have greatly supported the home financially as the organisation largely depends on donations from friends, families and organisations.
Eng. Silver Mugisha expressed his pleasure in associating with Nsambya babies’ home saying NWSC gives back to such vulnerable children.
“We feel it’s a worthwhile undertaking to as far as corporate social responsibility is concerned. Our CSR is all about appreciating our dear customers and when we appreciate them, it’s not them who pay that benefit directly but it’s also the people they take care of,” he said.
“we feel so honored to be part of giving back to these very vulnerable children, there is no institution that can flourish by only looking inwardly but also have to look outwardly and take care of those in need,” He said.