Mass mask drive in New Horizon

New Horizon Neighbourhood Watch members are pictured with, Grassy Park SAPS spokeswoman Captain Wynita Kleinsmith, City of Cape Town officials Marco Boer and Siva Moodley and area co-ordinator Joshua Fortune and members of the City’s Disaster Risk Management team.

New Horizon Neighbourhood Watch (NHNW), Grassy Park SAPS and the City of Cape Town’s Disaster Risk Management unit collaborated to hand out 2 000 masks, sanitisers, information pamphlets and care packs for elderly on Saturday March 6.

The aim of the drive was to create an ongoing awareness about the coronavirus and normalising the regulations and safety tips into our everyday lives, said Saadiqah Ganief, treasurer of NHNW.

Nadima Laattoe hands out masks and care packs to the elderly.

“We are continuously doing projects and programmes to contribute to the overall awareness and goal of actively contributing to flattening the curve.”