Sun Hotel International has donated K20 million to three special unity schools for children with disabilities in Livingstone.
Sun has also pledged to continue supporting the children with disabilities as a way of giving back to the community despite the global recession which has adversely hit many investment firms.
Sun Hotel Corporate Affairs Manager, Mupeta Musungule who presented cheques to the three unity classes said the hotel has since inception supported the vulnerable children in society.
The Beneficiary schools are David Livingstone High school class K3.3million, Christ the King class K3.5 million and Lubasi Home class was given K14 million.
Speaking during the presentation ceremony, Acting Provincial Coordinator for Zambia Agency for People living with Disabilities (ZAPD), Jane Jere said children with disabilities also have a potential to be future leaders.
Ms. Jere thanked Sun International for the gesture and urged other corporate companies to emulate what the hotel has done.
David Livingstone High School class, school Head teacher, Andrew Matimba thanked Sun hotel and urged the company to continue with the good work they are doing.
Christ the King Head teacher, Kanchele Wallace said one of his pupils who is visually impaired is able to perform well in school just like those pupils who were visually upright.
Sun hotel has been making donation to Lubasi home since 2002 and to Christ the King since last year.