AIM welcomes any contracts that we can get from local businesses and corporate companies. Our participants are very good at managing repetitive tasks such as counting, sorting, labeling, and assembling items. A quality control check is done at each stage of the contract.
Because AIM is a protective workshop for people with disabilities, we are always in need of donations. While we do our best to gain an income through our various contracts and projects, our funds are limited. We, therefore, welcome and are most grateful for any donations received – however big or small.
Contribute R400 a month to feed a family of four every month. A great opportunity for corporates particularly to get involved. The food box will go to AIM participants, as well as other disabled community members.