SANZAF's Bursary Students Give Back
60 university students visited the Donovan McDonald old age home in Maraisburg, Gauteng to offer their assistance and support to the elderly.
The day started off with students being led on a tour of the premises. They were then allocated to specific units where they would lend a hand for the day. The students assisted the elderly residents in cleaning their windows, tidying up their homes, hanging out washing and gardening. The students even offered to clean the cars and the home's security cubicle.
Having completed their tasks, the students reconvened for a short address by Kaamil Alli, the president of the Muslim Students' Association. He shared more information on the MSA, opportunities for the students to get involved in, as well as how they can contribute their time and serve the community.
It was a productive and enjoyable day for the students. The initiative forms part of a series of development and outreach programmes planned for SANZAF's Bursary Students.
Changing lives through development and relief