The generosity of Club Ten Society in Heidedal, Bloemfontein, was instrumental in alleviating the plight of children and adults in need of clothes and food as well as health products. The club is a network of people who work for different public-private entities. Members work together to help render social upliftment for needy children.The club members’ generosity led to the donation of the much-needed items in support of the month-long 67 Minutes for Mandela campaign, which encourages all South Africans to help the less fortunate. These essential items were hand over to beneficiaries on 20 July at an occasion held at the Heide Primary School in Heidedal. The occasion was in the form of a breakfast for all beneficiaries.Members donated uniforms to 16 children attending school, and food hampers to selected households. The learners are enrolled at four primary schools, Joe Solomon, Heide, Credence and Olympia. Kim Morgan and Zane Jordaan, co-ordinators, said the uniforms would alleviate the plight of the learners, some of whose parents have no income. Morgan said the annual initiative to help the less fortunate resonates with the club’s slogan, Lean on Us.