A total of 80 pairs of shoes and other goodies were made available to the most needy learners at various schools in the region.  Photos: Supplied 

80 pairs of shoes for most needy


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The Community Work Program (CWP), in partnership with Organisation Hands On (OHO) and Waterberg Hands of Hope (WHOH), all from Modimolle, continued with their Back-to-school shoes initiative. 

On Monday, 12 February, the collective of Good Samaritans handed out more school shoes, to most needy learners. 

The schools’ whistle-stop charity drive arrived at Laerskool Doornfontein, Laerskool Alma and Mokolo Primary School in Vaalwater, where a total of 80 pairs of shoes were distributed.

The team encouraged the learners by making sure they each know how important they are as school learners, for they are the future leaders of South Africa! 

And with that being said, they want to thank all the teachers in the community for the great work they do by teaching these future generation leaders. 

It was roundly agreed that a small impact made today in the lives of the learners, will make a greater impact in the future.

They would like to thank everyone for their financial contribution and shoes, for together with your help they can continue to make a positive impact within the community. 

With the chilly winter months approaching, this project will continue in more schools within the Waterberg district. If you want to join in and help them to further their impact, please feel free to contact Janine at 083 225 2858 or email waterberg.handsofhope@gmail.com.

16 months ago       15 February 2018