KAMPALA – The Ruparelia Foundation, the charity arm of Ruparelia Group of city tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia has confirmed it will carry out a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of sanitation facilities in Kamwokya slums on Friday, December 6, 2019, in a much-anticipated ceremony.
The sanitation facilities will go to Good Samaritan school in Kamwokya which has over 500 pupils.
The funds will assist in the construction of the school’s toilets by the ghetto research lab, an environmental organization that makes bricks, pavers and other construction materials from polythene bags and plastics.
This year, the annual Royal Ascot Goat aces took place on October 12, 2019, at Speke Resort in Munyonyo, attracting some of the biggest names in the country. The event whose tickets ranged between UGX 25000 – UGX400000 was attended by Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah, diplomats, politicians, businessmen and socialites like Judith Heard.
The proceeds from the Royal Ascot Races are used to help communities meet their needs like sanitation facilities.
The Royal Ascot Races is part of the social corporate responsibility of the Ruparelia Group and Ruparelia Foundation. Cash collections from the event in 2018 funded Totos Tag Rugby and Outreach programme benefiting.
Under the programme 250 children were supported to train at the Kyadondo Rugby Club.