LIMPOPO, South Africa – Choir of South African Police Service, Limpopo has reached out to some homeless and needy within and around the city as reported by OgeneAfrican correspondent, Thomo Nkgadima.
In an event to kick start the Police Music And Cultural Association, the Choir group paid an arm-giving visit to family of 7 living in a dilapidated two-room house in Machavhawe village near Trichard where they donated food items and other household materials.
The early Christmas gifts according to Limpopo police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo, is part of their social responsibility initiative of giving out to the needy.
“It is part of Police Music And Cultural Association (PMUACA) competition unity festival that is going to take place in the 17th to 19th of October in Bloemfontein. It is part of their build-up project” he said.
The items donated to the families were blankets, food items, laundry materials and money.
Reacting to the kind gestures, a family member of Thados, Nthabiseng Thado (31) who could not hold her tears of joy, expressed her joy saying that no one is working in their family, that they only survive on grants.
“We are happy that there are people who care about the poor, law-abiding citizens” she said.
The Choir also gave a rendition of songs of joy as they gave out the items to the family for spiritual and emotional healing.
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