Groceries donated to Trust

2016-09-30 06:00

STAFF at Spargs Supermarket donated groceries to Khanyiselani Development Trust in Kokstad on Saturday. The Trust takes care of children from disadvantage homes by feeding them and helping with their homework.

Vuyelwa Xothongo from Khanyiselani said the children are given food every day.

“More than 90 children from Bongweni and other areas come Khanyiselani to get food after school. Sometimes we run out of food, but Social Development and some businesses are helping with groceries.”

Trust staff member Mzuvukile Jonas said groceries were was donated by staff members using their own money, as well as being assisted by Spargs Supermarket.

“We [staff] decided to donate groceries to give poor children something to eat. Children are very important and everybody should love and care for them.”

After school, during the holidays and over weekends the children get meals at Khanyiselani­.

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