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Fan milk donates products to orphanage

As part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, Fan Milk Nigeria Plc has donated its products, food items, toiletries and branded exercise books to the Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care and Treatment Home School in Lagos to mark this year’s Valentine’s Day.

The leading maker and marketer of frozen and non-frozen dairy food products also restated its commitment to contributing positively to the society by giving back.
In a statement on Friday, the Human Resources Director, Fan Milk International, Maimouna Diarra, who celebrated Valentine with the children of the orphanage, was quoted as noting that the company would continue to support good and worthy causes in the society, especially those that directly impact members of the community.

Fan Milk, according to her, will continue to make its impact felt in Nigeria in areas such as safety and education.

“This is our own way of helping to reach the underprivileged and alleviate the hardships and suffering in the land. It is important to spread love and cheer to not just friends and family, but to the community, especially the underprivileged, who are usually forgotten and feel left out during such celebrations,” Diarra said.


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