As part of this year’s Mandela Day campaign, Station Bargain Warehouse decided to once again contribute to SenCit Resthaven Home for the Aged, in the Strand. This facility has a great need, which is evident when you walk in. After they visited SenCit, Station Bargain Warehouse decided to make curtains for five bedrooms. Some of the rooms did not have curtains, others were in tatters. After measuring up, the staff got to work, and between helping customers, they were ready to hang these lined curtains two weeks later. On the day that Igshaan Sauls and Elise Pauw, the owner of Station Bargain Warehouse, went to hang the curtains, the residents were out on a day trip, which gave Igshaan and Elise ample time to get the rooms ready for the residents’ surprise. The staff were very appreciative of this initiative, and the fresh look made the residents’ day.