The Wash and Rib Circle hosted the fourth annual Bulamahlo Charity Event in support of Bulamahlo Charity Home on Sunday, December 13. Various stakeholders came in support of the event including local and outside businesses. The streets were packed with kids enjoying various sporting games including netball and soccer while minors enjoyed a day in the sun at the jumping castles. The SAPS were also monitoring the adherence of covid-19 regulations while the crowds were entertained through different music and dance genres.
Lucky Mazibuko, Ribs Circle Manager said for this year’s event he would like to personally thank all the partners and sponsors who made the event a success.
“For starters, we would like to thank Bulamahlo Charity organization founder for her continues blessings, she does a lot for our children throughout the year,” said Mazibuko.
“When we started this we started it because we wanted to see some positive change within our community and we wanted to be the bringers of that change. “This should be an inspiration to young people, it is through such events and efforts that we see collectives unite for one common course,” adds Mazibuko.
Bulamahlo Charity Home caters to neglected and abuse children working hand in hand with law enforcement. It is continuously in need of external support and donations. The home was initially opened in 1989 by Regina Sekgobela. Sekgobela said they are grateful to be honoured in such a manner and they appreciate such kind assistance also in their name.
“The organisation was registered as a non-profit in 2008 due to a massive crisis that erupted as children were abused and abandoned. Our goal is to a source of hope for children when they are most desperate and show them they have fruitful future ahead of them despite their current circumstances,” said Sekgobela. For more details on the event or looking to make more donations please contact Lucky Mazibuko at 0812185717 Or contact the home at 0723663715 or email at admin@firstname.lastname@example.org.