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Back-to-school project brings hope (and shoes)

   26 January 2018   l   Die Pos-span/The Post team    l   Views: 238   l   27 days ago  


The Back-to-School Shoe Project kicked off on Monday 21 January in Phagameng. The organisers of the project are Francinah Lebogang Mashaba (Community Work Programme), Pastor Felix Fambi, Mmoni Mathabatha (Community Work programme), Ronny Makgetha (Hands On) and Janine Botha (Hands of Hope).

The Community Work Programme (CWP), in partnership with the organisation Hands On and Hands of Hope, are pas-sionate about the Modimolle community.

They decided on running a Back-to-School Shoe Project this year, and the team were able to identify learners most in need of shoes. 

They believe learners need to be encouraged to continue with school and the lack of shoes should not be a barrier a learner must overcome in order to have a positive schooling experience.

This project was successfully kicked off on Monday 21 January at Hector Peterson Primary School in Phagameng.

The team is grateful to the sponsors for the financial contribution and shoes.

This project will continue in more schools within the Waterberg district.

Community members are welcome to join the project. For more information contact Janine Botha at tel. 082 228 2858.




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