WCAworld Foundation Visits Moroccan Orphanage

03 Jul, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Bangkok, Tuesday 2nd July, 2024.

WCAworld Foundation Visits Moroccan Orphanage

During the WCA Regional conference in Marrakesh, WCAworld Chief Executive Officer, Dan March, and General Manager - WCAworld Specialty Networks, Adam McKenna, visited the Dar Tifl Orphanage in Marrakesh. They were shown around the facility by Aziz Addi, Director of the institution and Dr Abdallah Squalli, President of the Sidi Bel Abbes Association.

Following the devastating earthquake that struck Morocco in September 2023, the WCAworld Foundation, using donations from members and WCAworld founder, David Yokeum, struck a partnership with Dar Tifl and contributed funds to help the orphanage cope with a large new influx of children that had lost their entire families in the tragedy.

Aided locally by WCAworld member Younes El Ouali El Alami, from Transports Internationaux Philippe Peschaud, WCAworld managed to quickly get funding to Dar Tifl to help the children settle.Dar Tifl is an amazing organisation that provides a safe and secure haven for orphans and helps educate and rehabilitate the children in a supportive and caring environment.

“It was truly humbling meeting over 400 children that have had such a tough start in life. The hugs and greetings myself and Adam received from them is a reflection of the amazing work the staff do there in creating a culture that allows them recover and grow in a loving and secure way. The fact that the WCAworld Foundation is playing a role in supporting this vital work is a source of great pride to us,” said Dan March.

WCAworld Foundation is funded by staff and members and guarantees that 100 per cent of all donations go directly to worthy causes around the world. It manages all charitable work through direct contact with members and organisations in areas affected by natural disasters and poverty.

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