Peak Milk Celebrates Christmas With Orphans, School Children

Peak Milk Celebrates Christmas With Orphans, School Children
In the spirit of the yuletide season, Peak Milk said, it has donated products to orphans and school children in ensuring that they have a merry and nutrition filled Christmas.
Peak milk demonstrated this desire by donating products and branded item to Classic FM’s Toy Ride, a charitable project initiated by the broadcast outfit in support of the motherless babies’ homes.
The initiative which is in its fourth year, is an humanitarian gesture that provides a platform for individuals and corporate organisations like Peak milk to identify with the less privileged by offering them comfort and hope by donating products that are later passed on to children in various charity homes.
Peak milk’s donation which included cartons of different dairy products and branded items was received by Classic FM’s On-Air-Personality, Shola Mogaji, who commended the company for generously heeding the call for donation.
She also noted that by the gesture, FrieslandCampina WAMCO, makers of Nigeria’s most iconic diary brand has demonstrated a rare sense of friendship and companionship with a segment of the society that are often overlooked.
In the same spirit of celebration and friendship, Peak milk has recently been visiting schools in Lagos with loads of highly nourishing FrieslandCampina WAMCO products, which were donated to the various schools.
Over 80 schools, including Lagos Preparatory School, Ikoyi and Brainsfield Montessori School, Akowonjo have been benefitted so far, It is an initiative that is designed to encourage Nigerians to embrace a healthy lifestyle and also keeps them fully motivated and inspired for future Challenges.
In each of the schools, the items which included cartons of Peak Milk powder, and other branded items were received with joy and hilarity by officials and students amidst praises and commendations for Peak.
One of the teachers who spoke on behalf of her school noted that the gesture is a proof that Peak is indeed a caring brand that is genuinely concerned about the society, the health and wellbeing of families.
She added that the brand, which is more than 60 years in Nigeria, does not just nourish people but inspire and motivate them.
In recent times, Peak milk has activated various programmes and campaigns to encourage Nigerians to embrace a healthier lifestyle though Peak milk consumption.

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