Vice Principal of Morris Isaacson High School Mrs Letsoalo and Lebo Ntsoebea during the charity event.
Yellow Cover, a Gauteng based Non Profit Organization (NPO) is fast gaining momentum amongst the needy school girls in the townships for its charity drive and generosity of distributing the most needed sanitary towels to those less fortunate.
This is the same NGO that prides itself for adopting dozens of girls who are trapped in shackles of poverty around the province until they finished school.
Led by Lebo Ntsoebea, a humanitarian passionate about human welfare and her team.
This time around their first stop and mission began the charity work at the iconic Morris Isaacson High School her ‘alma mater’ where they donated dozens sanitary towels.
According to this Mofolo born and bred Director, it was a special sentimental feeling to donate to your former School, adding that both parties have agreed that the school will be adopted and hope to run mentorship coaching projects with different topics.
“We hope to discover holistic issues relating to boys and girls that will improve their philosophy of life in totality.”
During the visit to the School, beneficiaries were on cloud nine and thanked the donors for the beautiful generous thought.
“We just want to make a difference in other people’s lives. Gone are the days of seeing a girl child using inappropriate sanitary towels during their periods.
“This is an embarrassing issue which is a taboo to even discuss it amongst them.”
Ntsoebea also revealed that, Yellow Cover will be handing out sanitary towels in Chicken farm in Soweto on a monthly basis.
“We are also planning to set up a kitchen soup in that informal settlement. We urge people with a financial muscle to assist by donating clothes, toys and non perishable foods.”
Asanda Nkomo, one of the pupil and a beneficiary at the school is on record arguing that they get different sponsors now and then for different causes.
“ Having to see one of our own giving to us is a unique, special and unheard off contribution in our school. We are really blessed and feel very special.”