‘Angels’ visit Mseni home

2018-04-19 06:01
PHOTO: SuppliedMembers of Touched by an Angel NPO, with meals for the Mseni children.

PHOTO: SuppliedMembers of Touched by an Angel NPO, with meals for the Mseni children.

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IN order to spread some love to the needy and vulnerable, Touched by an Angel Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) volunteers visited Ziphakamise’s Mseni Care Centre last Saturday.

Founder of Touched by an Angel Cookie Rampersad said seeing the happiness on the children’s faces really touched her.

Rampersad said as “angels” they believe that their main purpose in life is to deepen their experiences of love, by giving some love to those who need it the most.

Rampersad thanked all the members for their hard work and dedication in making the project a success. She invited more volunteers to join them.

The children of Mseni were treated to samp and mutton and cooldrink.


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