Shot in the arm for Shekinah Glory Children’s Home


ZVISHAVANE – Shekinah Glory Children’s Home received a shot in the arm comprising of clothes and groceries from Mambo Jephitar Foundation on Sunday at their premises.

The donation was made by the foundation as part of its welfare program to assist the underprivileged.

The goodies were received by Shekinah Glory Founder, Juliet Bvekwa.

The Foundation focuses on empowering the youths by providing resources needed to unleash their potential.

They have the vision to provide equal opportunities to the youth and provide privileges to the elderly in Africa as they offer services like life coaching, education, food and sanitary, financial support, social support and health and well being.

Currently they have the Mambo Jephitar Academy an affiliate of Zvishavane Juniors soccer league whose  main thrust is centred on removing kids from the streets and drug infested environments by keeping them busy with what they enjoy doing most.

Psychologists say that in less than five consecutive hours a child may be successfully initiated into the dangerous drugs world and become addicted.

The children are also bound to behave in certain ways to keep themselves playing in the league. This is also believed to reduce deviance in kids who shall be abide by league’s rules and regulations. They have specifically helped 50+ children under the foundation and they also reach out to so many people who are catered for by other organizations. Bvekwa said their target next year is to reach out to 250+ children then over 5000 in the next 4 to 5 years.

Speaking to The Midweek Watch, Mambo Jephitar Foundation co-founder and vice chairperson, Kudzai Joane Magadu said they want to keep doing more and more until they have made society a better place.

“We want to keep donating more and more but resources permitting as our aim is to make the society a better place to live in,” she said.

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