Mandela Day: Food Donation from Ridgeway Prep School to Mukovha wa Bale Creche

Dr Sarah Venter delivers food donated by Ridgeway Prep School to Mukovha wa Bale Creche

Children at Ridgeway Preparatory School responded whole-heartedly to their drive to collect food and donations during Mandela Month.

Ridgeway Preparatory Primary School collected boxes of non-perishable food for donation to one of the Pre-Schools which our Baobab Foundation supports: Mukovha wa Bale Creche.  The food was delivered on Wednesday (16th September) to the pre-school in Mukovha wa Bale village.

Teachers (and a small pupil) at Mukovha wa Bale Creche with the food donated by Ridgeway Prep School

With gratitude and thanks to Ridgeway Prep School!

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