Grindrod supports Blossom Cares

A team from Grindrod in Durban and the Blossom Cares team recently visited Inhlakanipho High School in KwaMashu—the objective was to launch a menstrual health programme at the school.

The dynamic Blossom Cares team used role play, song, and dance to communicate important information. Their talk was motivating and inspiring, and the girls who attended the event were in awe of the energetic trio and their talent. Grindrod will be donating a 6-month supply of sanitary pads to the school.  

Since Grindrod’s association with Blossom Cares, this is the 2nd Grindrod-adopted school where the programme has been launched, with the first being Sinaye Primary School in Richards Bay. 

Equipped with the supplies to deal with menstrual cycles, the programme aims to improve school attendance and support education.  

Blossom Cares Solutions not only assists Grindrod in improving the lives of communities but also allows Grindrod to support entrepreneurs in establishing black-owned franchises.  

Thanks to Grindrod Logistics Africa for sponsoring the programme at Inhlakanipho High School and a special thanks to the team for arranging the logistics and packing the delicious snack packs for everyone.  


Front row, from left: Shelley Comignani, Bryan Selvan, Nomthandazo Mthethwa (Blossom Cares), Nobuhle Thethwayo (Blossom Cares), Jodie Thorburn, Nolan Naicker.

Back row, from left: Prisa Ramiah, Emmanuel Ntshangase, Nobuhle Thethwayo (Blossom Cares), Mlondolo Mavundla, Monêt De Vries, Nombulelo Pearl Ngobese and Renée Coleman (back), Thanduxolo Vezi, Ayanda Mgobhozi, Lungiswa Dlamini, Debbie Annamuntha (Blossom Cares), Thobani Khuzwayo.