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St Stithians boy’s give back

SANDTON – A group from the Boys' College volunteered their time to scrap paint and repair walls, tear down and rebuild a wooden staircase, and hand out food parcels at the Ikamva Youth School.

Members of St Stithians Boys’ College Interact Club spent the day giving back to Ikamva Youth School.

On 10 October, 25 boys volunteered their time to scrape and repair walls, tear down and rebuild a wooden staircase and hand out food parcels at the school in Ivory Park.

Ikamva Youth School has been part of the Saints community for years with the Boys’ Preparatory organising community engagements and regular donations. The school initially reached out to the Boy’s College for assistance with plumbing work, repairing walls and building a new staircase.

The group began the day by preparing and scraping the walls of Ikamva Youth School. Photo: Supplied

“It was a strenuous day out in the sun but all the boys enjoyed giving back to the community and getting really dirty in the process. A big thank you goes out to everyone who took the time to come out,” said St Stithians College communications manager Annie Fyfe-Hitchings.

The school would like to extend a special thank you to Wrench Plumbing who volunteered with the plumbing and Kreesan Moodley with the rebuilding of the staircase.

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