Rondebosch Boys' High School uses matric dance fund to feed the hungry

Rondebosch Boys' High School uses matric dance fund to feed the hungry

- Rondebosch Boys' High School hs shown us the way, they have put their hearts in the right place

- The grade 11s used the money meant for their matric dance next year to help feed the hungry in their community

- They worked with Howard's Soup Kitchen to prepare the food parcels and serve hot meals

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Rondebosch Boys' High School has shown real leadership and given us hope in the future knowing that South Africa's youth have their hearts in the right place.

The Grade 11 pupils and matric dance committee have shown us the way, they used their funds meant for their dance next year to feed the hungry in the local community.

The boys and school staff worked with Howard's Soup Kitchen to organise the food parcels and serving of hot meals.

Rondebosch Boys' High School uses matric dance fund to feed the hungry

Photo credit: Facebook/Rondebosch Boys' High School
Source: Facebook

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Next week they will be involved in the Full Tummies = Happy Hearts initiative to continue the good work of helping the less fortunate in the area.

Facebook users loved the selfless actions of the boys:

Justine Tobias Wittels:

"So, so proud of these boys. You should challenge other schools in WC and SA to do the same."

Lana Goslett:

"So proud. Such a wonderful initiative."

Cathy Wegener:

"Admirable and selfless."

Sarona Coetzee:

"Well done boys!!! such a heartwarming gesture."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Siya Kolisi posted a picture on Instagram of himself with various food products strewn in front of him.

He captioned the post with this message:

"One pack, one family, one month! #onebyone #eachonefeedone"

The Kolisi Foundation has an ambitious plan to help the vulnerable. The website asks for donations and claims to be able to feed a family for a month with just R100.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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