i-Help Foundation empowers marginalised

Zimbiru Primary School leaners recently received textbooks and learning material from iHelp Foundation

Local tech entity iHelp technology continues to empower young people, youths and the marginalised as part of the organisations corporate social responsibility.

Through its non-profit arm i Help Foundation–the organisation recently blessed students from Zimbiru Primary School in Domboshava by donating textbooks and learning material.

The organisation paid tribute to its partner Ignite Youth for making the stationery drive possible.

“Our appreciation goes to Ignite Youth Organisation for allowing iHelp Foundation to be part of this year’s first Stationery Donation Drive, in partnership with Voltz JT. In collaborating with our significant partners, we delivered essential stationery including books,pens, pencils, rulers to primary school students at Zimbiru Primary School in Domboshava.

The organisation has in the past assisted various marginalised communities including the Gogo Jabangwe orphanage in waterfalls.

They say they will continue to support and extend their reach to the marginalised and vulnerable communities in Zimbabwe.

iHelp Foundation works with communities to eradicate poverty and helps less privileged children in attaining their education. The organisation is on a passionate drive to improve the livelihoods of these communities thereby transforming the lives of the less privileged children and their families.

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