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God’s Hand reaching out to Mmagobane School

God’s Hand Children Helping Centre has a vision of making a difference in the lives of the under-privileged children for a better tomorrow

God’s Hand Children Helping Centre has a vision of making a difference in the lives of the under-privileged children for a better tomorrow they were visited by Mmagobane Combined School to present uniforms.

God’s Hand Children Helping Centre is a new organisation that was established in November last year (2015). It was established by Ms Busisiwe Ntuli with the aim of giving out school uniforms to different schools. They aim to give 20 uniforms per school. Mmagobane Combined School was the first school to receive uniforms. According to Ms Ntuli their next school will be Nelson Ngubeni Primary School.

The mission of the organisation is to provide the necessary needs to build confidence and academic success by providing school uniform to those children in need, providing social, emotional, health and environmental support to children. Assisting children with their homework and working with the children on a balanced diet.

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Pupils of Mmagobane Combined School after they received school uniforms from God’s Hand Children Helping Centre. They are with the officials from the organisation and school teachers.

The organisation is led by a board members Ms Ntuli, chairperson, Winnie Tebogo Mahlangu deputy chairperson, Mohlatse Violet Malepe treasurer, Eulender Maelane secretary, Clezentia Mhlaba deputy secretary and Makie Nkosi as an additional member. The patrons are Mr Peter Selala and Mr Flody Masombuka.
The school thanked the organisation for the donation.

“A special thanks to eMalahleni community who made it possible for us to distribute the school uniforms. We urge the community to donate school uniforms, sanitary towels and food. Find us on Facebook at Gods Hand Children Helping Centre,” concluded Ms Ntuli.

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