Deep South and Esididi Projects put smiles on childrens’ faces in Tjovitjo

On Saturday, 25 March, Deep South Jozi Modeling Agency in partnership with Esididi Community Projects donated sanitary towels, toiletries and clothes in Tjovitjo.

Maqhawe Madela, Deep South Jozi founder said: “This was our 9th annual drive where we donated clothes, sanitary towels, toiletries and served lunch to children. The campaign also aimed to expose the youth to positive activities like modeling, edutainment and acting while assist them to grow their careers and get involved in charity work. We are making an impact in the community. I thank Esididini Community Projects for partnering us to put smiles on childrens’ faces.”

Esididi Community Projects’ manager, Nabawee Sanders, added: “Our main focus is girls and women empowerment. We will be working hand in hand with maidens to uplift them as they are the future. I thank them for coming.”

Siphesihle Madela – a Miss Face of Deep South Jozi – finalist added: “I choose charity work because it is a selfless act. Giving back to those in need feels good and builds you to become a compassionate individual.”

DSJ models/finalists will be competing at the Miss Face of Deep South Jozi on 6 May, to book your ticket please call 065 958 5606.

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