A successful outreach was held to Emthonjeni in Zandspruit on the 24th.
A second outreach went to Masakhane Primary School in Honeydew and 30 shoes were distributed with 600+ people reached with the Rhapsody Of Realities.
Community leaders and principals requested that the team returns during the new term at the end of the month as 1,000 learners require a touch from God through this project.
We also supplied food items to a number of underprivileged pre-schools in the Westdene area;
The centres received hampers of various food stuffs that were donated by Partners of the Christ Embassy Church.
The team identified three schools where they would be building libraries.
At Tshepang school they painted the interior and exterior walls, painted exterior pillars and burglar bars,
set up shelves and, polished the ceramic tiles to give the floors a shine.
They built shelves and collected 3100 books at Rotary Humanitarian.
The team travelled to Roodepoort to Tsepang school for the official library handover and opening.
The founder of Tshepang, the staff of Tshepang, two community leaders, parents, children, Primary and High school students attend the launch.
The Life Skills & Work readiness team collaborated with Inner-city Mission For Children to host 39 Matric learners, their teachers,
parents and School governing body members from Blue Eagle High School in Cosmo City. In total 100 people including the 39 learners were hosted.
The aim was to ensure that every student gets adequate knowldge to make a right decision concerning their career life.
The project targeted schools in previously dis-advantaged residential areas.
This included unemployed youth by advertising our free services via all our Christ Embassy Church network in such communities.
The team identified key elements that they had to address in order to positively impact the lives of the learners.