Select Page

King’s daughters receive gifts

(Left to right) Noreen Arangies and Ongame Angale from Bank Windhoek, Laurencia Gaoses from King’s Daughter child, Rochelle Innes from Bank Windhoek, Esme Kisting, director of King’s Daughters Organisation, Nankipu Geingos, King’s daughter child and Shirley Gaoses, King’s Daughters management committee member (Photograph contributed)The staff of Bank Windhoek’s corporate communication and marketing services department recently donated goods worth N$4000 to the King’s Daughters Organisation.
The money was collected during various fund raising activities arranged by the bank’s corporate communication and marketing services department.
King’s Daughters is a registered non-governmental organisation which provides rehabilitation services and care for more than 60 abused women and their children. It also teaches the women various skills to give them a new start in life. The organisation also runs a bicycle workshop at its premises in Katutura.
King’s Daughters was established in 2006 by Esme Kisting with assistance from the Council of Churches of Namibia.
The King’s Daughters organisation works towards empowering and lifting women exploited in commercial sex out of poverty, and helping them to leave the streets.
King’s Daughters can be reached at 081 255 0025. The contact person is Desiree Links, project manager of the organisation.

About The Author

Rain Rate >UTC + 2 hrs = Namibian Time<