Thank you to all the friends of NdaiZiva Trust who joined us in our dinner and jazz events. We are humbled that you came out in your numbers to not only cheer us on but to participate in our inaugural event.
Our Norton-based mentors enlightened us on the challenges that our orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) faced and highlighted the different ways each one of us can contribute to improving these children’s lives. The youthful Jazz Signal band got the crowd spinning and swaying to their lively performance. The raffle was a crowd-pleaser and the mini auction broke the age barriers with the youngest bidder, Kudakwashe Muzvongi 4yrs old winning a basket to take home to his dad who would obviously be footing the bill! One thing for sure is we had an enjoyable evening thanks to your presence, donations and efforts which will go a long way in helping the boys and girls of Norton. This financial input will go towards the life skills camp for these children.
On behalf of the board of trustees of the NdaiZiva Trust, I would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the friends of NdaiZiva Trust who have been fundamental to achieving our financial targets. Your commitment and loyalty is integral to our achievements. You have been a driving motivation for us to help the girls and boys from Norton achieve even greater heights. We would like to encourage you to continue the good work you have begun in these children’s lives.
By Patricia Mbetu, Chairperson, NdaiZiva Trust Board