Masifunde to host weekend Prize Giving event – appeal for donations
This Saturday, local NGO, Masifunde Learner Development, will be hosting their annual Prize Giving.
“The aim of the Prize Giving is to award learners that have shown significant progress and achievement in their programmes and projects and who have shown their potential to become change-makers within the society,” Laura Klapper at the NGO.
She said that the ceremony will include learners from Grade 3 to Grade 12 and is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire them to excel both academically and through participation in extra-curricular activities.
Masifunde Learner Development is also appealing for donations and support for the Prize Giving event. According to Laura, businesses and individuals wishing to support them can donate:
- Sports equipment,
- Vouchers, and
If you would like more information about the Prize Giving and donations please contact, Masifunde via phone 041 581 25 43 or send them an e-mail [email protected] or stop by their offices in 162 Fordyce Road, Walmer, Port Elizabeth.
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