Resident donates sanitary towels to Thaba Nchu schools

Majang Moloabi with leaners from Namanyane High School in Thaba Nchu. PHOTO: LEBAKENG NKABI

Community worker Majang Moloabi from Tswellopele Branding Enterprise at Zone 4 in Thaba Nchu, as well as friends and church members of St Paul’s Methodist Church recently embarked on a social responsibility programme aimed at young girls.
The programme touched the lives of hundreds of learners when sanitary towels were donated to young girls from Goronyane High School and Namanyane High school in Thaba Nchu.
The leaners were all smiles when they received their sanitary towels during a fun-filled event with lots of activities.
Moloabi told Voice that the aim of the project was to play a role in the upliftment of future leaders.
“Our aim is to change the lives of young girls in our community as they miss out on education during their menstrual cycle. For us to have come this far with the project, is really by the grace of God.
“Today we have chosen to celebrate with these learners as we believe they are the future of tomorrow. I have decided to continue with the collection of sanitary towels from friends, colleagues and church members, even beyond my retirement. These people did not think twice but contributed to this venture from the bottom of their hearts.
“The contributions mainly came from the St Paul’s Methodist and Tswellopele Branding Enterprise in Thaba Nchu where I worship. I would like to thank them for their offering to make this day a reality,” concluded Moloabi.

Lebakeng Nkabi