In leading up to Mother’s Day, Help One Now wants to celebrate a few of the incredible women from our communities. They work tirelessly to care for orphaned and vulnerable children, doing everything from providing meals to helping them get an education. They are mothers in the best sense of the word. Today, let’s spend some time with Elizabeth Ndimande and her mother, “Gogo” Elizabeth. Elizabeth is the manager of the Reagoboka Drop-In Centre and Early Childhood Development Centre. Her strength and passion pushed her to provide care for the vulnerable children in her community, and Gogo provides the space to help her do that — her own home.
Elizabeth and Gogo used a small government grant to feed breakfast to all of the children that would come to the door. When that money ran out, they kept on feeding the kids using Gogo’s small pension. No child was turned away, and now there are 174 children in her community that regularly receive education, meals, care, and leadership development because of Elizabeth’s hard work and dedication. In honor of Mother’s Day, would you consider supporting Elizabeth and the hard work that she does each and every day by joining Help One Now’s #TenDollarTribe? This would allow Elizabeth and those around her to extend their reach and provide better and deeper care for even more children–all for a simple, monthly $10 pledge.
For more information about the #TenDollarTribe, click here.