A group of Waterford Kamhlaba students have successfully raised money to buy items for the elderly in Eswatini.
The students, led by Tinotendashe and Prince in IB1, held a bake sale in which they raised E1700. This amount was added to a donation from UWC South East Asia and the CAS department at Waterford was able to buy 31 blankets and 50 pairs of socks.
WK’s CAS Director Fiona Mills said, “To distribute these items, we are working with Purple Industries in Eswatini and they will help us deliver the blankets and socks to where they are most needed in the community. We thank the students at Waterford Kamhlaba for continuing to make a difference despite the difficulties of the term. We must also thank UWCSEA for the continued and unwavering support of our Community Service programme; we are very grateful.”