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People matter. At Sea Rescue we try to build a personal relationship with each of our volunteers and our donors. We thought it a really special gesture that Hennie Heymans, MD of DHL, arranged to play Santa this year by delivering a gift and a heartfelt letter to each of our volunteers. Thank you Hennie & DHL.A little Christmas GiftDear NSRI Volunteer,DHL Express has been a proud supporter of the NSRI for a number of years and during this time I have been able to attend a few AGMs. At every one of these, I am in awe of the amazing work that you are doing, without expecting anything in return.Your overarching desire to do good for people that you don’t even know and in the most challenging circumstances, is absolutely extraordinary, and serves as a beacon of hope when we see and read about the events happening around the world. People like you are proof that mankind is born to be inherently good, and for that, we at DHL Express salute you!Your dedication is commendable and whilst we are all about to go and enjoy our summer holidays, you are gearing up to keep the beaches and dams across South Africa safe.As a token of our appreciation, we are playing Santa this year and hope this small gift delivers some festive season joy for you!Thank you for what you do and I wish you and your loved ones a fantastic festive season and again a huge thank you for doing what you are doing – you rock!Best regardsHennie HeymansManaging DirectorDHL Express, Sub Saharan Africa
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