Youngsters show peers how to

2015-07-14 06:00
Kayden (7) and his 4-year-old sister Nikita enjoy a cup of soup and bread as Candice Gamiet of Steenberg chats with them. 

PHOTO: 
astrid februarie

Kayden (7) and his 4-year-old sister Nikita enjoy a cup of soup and bread as Candice Gamiet of Steenberg chats with them. PHOTO: astrid februarie

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Not even the rain could stop a group of young adults from giving back to those less fortunate.

The group of friends from various communities in the southern suburbs made stops in Muizenberg, Retreat, Grassy Park and Southfield where they handed out food and blankets.

Cafda resident Dale Hendricks, with a couple of friends, aim to create awareness among other youngsters of the situation in which some of their “fellow brothers and sisters live”.

People’s Post previously reported that “the drive not only alleviates short-term hunger and cold, but also enhances the quality of life in the circumstances” (“Youth fight hunger, cold”, 30 June).

Not even the rain could stop a group of young people from Cadfa and surrounds in giving back to those less fortunate.

Through their Food and Blanket drive initiative they did just that over the weekend. They made various stops which included Muizenberg, Retreat, Grassy Park and Southfield where they handed out warm soup, bread, blankets and clothing to those living on the streets.

Dale Hendricks and a couple of his friends started the initiative with the aim of creating awareness among other youth of the situation and environment in which some of their “fellow brothers and sisters live”.

Not even the rain could stop a group of young adults from giving back to those less fortunate. The group of friends from various communities in the southern suburbs made stops in Muizenberg, Retreat, Grassy Park and Southfield where they handed out food and blankets.

Cafda resident Dale Hendricks, with a couple of friends, aim to create awareness among other youngsters of the situation in which some of their “fellow brothers and sisters live”.

People’s Post previously reported that “the drive not only alleviates short-term hunger and cold, but also enhances the quality of life in the circumstances” (“Youth fight hunger, cold”, 30 June).


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