Schools support Salvation Army

2019-12-03 06:00
Bernadetta Kabou-block and Aeysha Ahmed represented the Wynberg Girls’ High School in a rendition of “Born on this Day”by Mariah Carey.

Bernadetta Kabou-block and Aeysha Ahmed represented the Wynberg Girls’ High School in a rendition of “Born on this Day”by Mariah Carey.

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The Wynberg Campus of Schools opened the season of giving with a carol service in Maynardville’s Open-Air Theatre on Monday 25 November.

The “Carols in the Park” was a huge success with the 700 members of the community in attendance joining in on the singing every now and then.

The principal of Wynberg Boys’ Junior School, Cedric Poleman said: “In the months leading up to ‘Carols in the Park’, our schools pledged donations from our learners to the Salvation Army Carehaven for abused women and children, part of our action against gender-based violence – a continued effort to create awareness of the #EnoughIsEnough campaign that shook our nation earlier in the year.”

The donations collected were handed over to Capt. Vukani Nkosi from the Salvation Army on the evening.

It was a symbol of love and giving to mark the first day of the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence.

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