“Blessed is the hand that gives”
Zimbabwe International and Orlando Pirates winger Kudakwashe Mahachi on Wednesday morning launched and donated food stuffs and toiletries to the elderly at Ekuphumuleni Old People’s Home in Mzilikazi, Bulawayo where Mahachi grew up.
“You came at the most convenient time for us, we are grateful for the donation” said Mrs. Ziporra Moyo, the Sister-in-charge at the home.
“We wish you success in your career”, she added.
The donation is part of projects that The Mahachi Foundation will be doing in Bulawayo communities. The foundation’s coordinator Witness Moyo said as a foundation they are humbled by the love that Mahachi has shown.
“We are very happy to be here giving back to the community that natured Kuda and we are very pleased by his love, they are a few people who can do this, we are not stopping here this is just the beginning,” said Moyo.
Speaking during the ceremony Kudakwashe Mahachi, said “I have always wanted to come up with such a foundation and help the community, so I found it proper to start with the elderly here, where I grew up. I feel happy about what I did today. I am looking forward to doing more community work with the foundation, all thanks to the almighty God.”
Furthermore he also revealed that this is the start of a new journey.“This is our first activity as a Foundation so I can proudly say Ekuphumuleni is our birth place we will always try to stay in touch with you, Thank you to my wife and the team behind the foundation,” he said.
His wife Rose Nyakudziwanza also echoed that they have bigger plans for the foundation. “This is just the beginning we still have a lot to for the community even to the youths affected by drugs,” she said.
The foundation intends to work with the community and offer help to the needy.