Limpopo was next to handover a house to a Blind boy

THE national Ithuba Housing project continues.

Last week the team visited Limpopo province to hand over a house-key to a 12-year old, who is blind.

The boy, faced challenges following the tragic loss of his mother in 2020.

A caring neighbour intervened, providing support and facilitating his enrolment at Siloe School for the Blind in his area.

Due to his minor status, his identity remains confidential.

He moves into a meticulously designed house with his guardian, catering to his needs and promoting easy mobility.

Charmaine Mabuza- chief executive officer at Ithuba Lottery, emphasises the power of individual impact, urging fellow citizens to identify causes close to their hearts and engage with local initiatives or established organisations.

“Reflecting on the ongoing success of the housing project focused on transforming differently disabled individuals, ITHUBA remains committed and guided by the ethos of Ubuntu, will continue giving back to additional beneficiaries, with a mission to create a lasting impact in communities”.

Recently, other provinces namely North West, Mpumalanga, Free State, KZN and Eastern Cape have been visited by the team to handover houses to the Disabled communities.

Image supplied (Ithuba Limpopo team presenting house-keys to a 12 year old blind Boy, and guardian).

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