He is proud to acknowledge the following volunteers; Helen Fisher, Sharleen Johnson, Michael Wagner, Shuaib Seepye, Taahira Seepye, Caleb Naidoo, Ruark Usher, Micaela Esbend, Keonte’ Basson, Leigh-Andre’ Quill.
“It fills me with so much joy to see people receiving much needed sustenance,” he said.
“I am fulfilled knowing that as I eat at home my neighbour also has a meal “
“I didn’t know that one day I’d be involved with helping others.”
He and Esmeen, who is also an activist in the Austerville community have been encouraging the youth in the area to also take up sport and recreational activities. They are also responsible for a storytelling group, Child Time.
Lately, supplies are beginning to dwindle, and they are calling upon big business and the public to assist with much needed food items.
Their aim is to continue with the feeding scheme long after lockdown is over, as it is a vital necessity.
Please call Esmeen- 0793138183 if you would like to assist in any way