BACK TO SCHOOL DRIVE IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA

Published on Thursday 18th February 2021

Driven by the passion to revitalize the educational sector by improving students' welfare, these outstanding ambassadors visited Iputheng Primary School and Leap High School to donate stationeries, sanitary pads, shoes and many other gifts to the students.


They set out to reach and impact these kids and they undoubtedly did it. The smile on their faces and impression on the heart of every kid  was the crowning beauty of this event. The parents were grateful for this selfless act by these ambassadors and this paved way for more opportunities for the ambassadors in the school. What an excellent strategy!


Glory to God!




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