Orphan and vulnerable children in Malawi are eagerly awaiting the arrival of two brand-new, off-road vehicles, sponsored by Mobal.
The vehicles will be used to transport sick children to hospital and to source much-needed supplies for the Mother Teresa Children’s Centre in Malawi, which cares for over 100 children in one of the world’s most needy communities. This amazing new facility was completed this year with funds from Mobal, which donates more than 90% of its profits to transforming poor communities in enterprising ways.
“I’m passionate about making sure equipment is fit for purpose, whether it’s the right phones for American travellers or the right vehicles for this children’s centre. These lightweight Suzuki Jimnys are probably the most economical 4×4 off-roaders going; they’re supported by local dealers and will mean needy children are well served.”…says Tony Smith, Mobal Chairman
The Mother Teresa Children’s Centre is a million-dollar, purpose-built facility, built with profits from Mobal which has already donated a total of over USD$10million for charitable work in Malawi through Krizevac, the unique charity it created.
“I can’t think of any better way that this money could have been used” Tony told us, “You know, when you hear the story some of these young children who have come from such difficult circumstances, it’s unbelievable that when you meet them, they are just full of joy – it melts your heart! I hope it brings a smile to all of our customers to know they’re helping every time they make a call.”
To find out more on the work Mobal is doing in Malawi with Krizevac, vist Our Story