Muslim Hands South Africa has committed itself to providing stationery to students in need. Every year we make a concerted effort to source stationery from local suppliers for needy individuals and schools situated in various destitute areas within the Western Cape. Muslim Hands strives to fulfil the needs of those most in need.
Fisantekraal High School is situated in the farmlands of Durbanville and the students are predominantly from township and farm areas where poverty is a major concern. We identified them as a school in great need of assistance and sought to bring your generous donations to this school.
On Monday, 21st January 2019 Muslim Hands SA distributed 400 Hardcover books, 300 plastic rolls and 390 brown paper rolls.
The teachers expressed their immense gratitude as Muslim Hands came at the right time to fill the gap on a shortage of stationery for all their learners as the headcount for this year increased tremendously.
Based on our needs assessment we also chose to assist Khanyisa Waldorf School. They currently have 81 students enrolled in the school. The school assist students from all walks of life especially from impoverished backgrounds and children with various learning challenges.
On Monday, 21st January 2019 Muslim Hands SA distributed 60 stationery packs from the Khanyisa Waldorf School based in Plumstead Cape town.
The gratitude and appreciation were evident on the faces of the learners and convey their thanks to the Muslim Hands team and to our donors for their generosity.