ISWB visits charity organisations

Rudi Bowe 

The grade 9 learners of the International School of Walvis Bay(ISWB) did their part at World Food Day by visiting and sponsored various items and food to charity organisations at the coast.

The learners were divided into four groups that visited and spent time with the people and donated various items to Pro-miseland, SPCA, Kavita’s Kitchen and Ruach Elohim charity organisations.
Ms Luischen Sirakis from ISWB said the groups collected an overall amount of about N$8 000 by selling cupcakes and hot chocolate and used the money to buy products the charities needed.
According to Ms. Sirakis, “Dischem Swakopmund allowed one group to place donation boxes in the store to collect items for Ruach Elohim, while Metro Walvis Bay sponsored the ingredients for the cupcakes.
Ms Sirakis said, “What a wonderful experience it was for these students and our community members demonstrating their open hands and caring hearts.”
“It was a remarkable school effort and everyone supported the learners,” Ms Sirakis said.
The learners in their groups were:
Wavey Crew:
NelaoAngula, Nathan le Roux, Alison Jalon, Laura Hidengwa and Janeta Mwa-popile
Talitha de Klerk, Raquel Theron, Johannes Nuujoma, Gita Peliganga and Nolan du Plessis
Turee Perestrelo, Rayne Binneman, Pre-cious Nangolo and Sinclair Halupe
The Promise:
Cesar Fernandes, Kundayi Muganga, Monica David and Florence Simon

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