NHC continues doing good in communities

On Friday, 20 October the National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHC) granted Musa Mathebula Projects R10 000 for personal care products and school shoes for learners at Barseba Primary School and Bakwena High School in the North West Province’s Barseba village.

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grant is part of the NHC’s Ubuntu annual programme where the Council lives beyond Mandela Day initiatives and emulates the values of our selfless stalwarts by doing good in the less fortunate communities through registered Non- Profit Organisations in South Africa.

“Let us fulfil the hopes of our forefathers by continuing to live the Ubuntu values and becoming a caring nation” says NHC Chief Executive, Adv. Sonwabile Mancotywa in emphasizing the need for this programme.

The NHC has already touched the lives of some communities in Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Northern Cape and now North West.

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NHC will continue making a difference in the lives of our communities through its Ubuntu Programme. If you are a registered NPO in the following provinces, Eastern Cape, Kwazulu Natal and Western Cape wishing to do good in your community send your proposal with a list of your beneficiaries’ needs as well as NPO registration certificate to heritage@nhc.org.za before 28 February 2018.Remember; ‘the earliest bird catches the fattest worm’.

 

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