A CHRISTMAS TREE THAT IS BRINGING JOY
The dire need of children and women who will have very little to bring them joy this festive season, has brought about a joint initiative by Mark Sahd of Interiors in Komani and Babalwa Magwanti of Avenir Media House.
They have placed a Christmas tree, named the Miracle of Hope, in Interiors and a call is being made upon the community to donate non-perishable foods, toys, blankets, toiletries and money at Interiors to help brighten up the lives of the victims of abuse being treated at the Ezibeleni One-Stop Centre for abused women and children.
Sahd said this week that Christmas donations may be dropped off until December 21.
“People can still contribute after that as there is a great need.”
The special significance of this year’s tree at Interiors – and Magwanti’s efforts – followed after she was involved in the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children at the Wesley Methodist Church in Komani recently.
“Even a tiny donation will make a difference to the lives of women and children in need this year,” Sahd said.
Find Interiors in Shepstone Street.
TOGETHER WE CAN: Mark Sahd of Interiors and Babalwa Magwanti are working together to collect food, cash and clothing for the Ezibeleni One-Stop Centre