TVETCGC Prioritizes Orphans’ Well-being: Charity Golf Day Highlights Support for Vulnerable Children.

The Technical and Vocational Educational Training Colleges Governors’ Council (TVETCGC) recently hosted its annual charity golf day on December 1, 2023, at the Irene Country Club in Centurion, Gauteng. This initiative by TVETCGC is a dedicated effort to rally support for a noble cause, drawing in golf enthusiasts, sponsors, and donors who all share a common goal: improving the lives of vulnerable children.

The Keiskammahoek Child and Youth Care Centre, a sanctuary offering care, housing, and educational support to more than 60 youngsters, served as the main attraction of this year’s charity event. These children not only depend heavily on government assistance, but they also gain a great deal from charitable endeavors like the TVETCGC’s charity golf day.

“Our shared mission is simple yet powerful; we aim to create a ripple of positive difference that reaches the lives of those who are less fortunate within our cherished communities. This event was not just about golf; it was about extending and embracing those in need and weaving a thread of hope into the fabric of our society. It is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of the underprivileged,” the President of the TVETCGC, Mr. Sthembiso Khanyile, emphasized.

The charity golf day achieved remarkable success, uniting golf enthusiasts to champion this vital cause. The TVETCGC remains firm in its commitment to community service, recognizing the significance of supporting institutions like the Keiskammahoek Child and Youth Care Centre.

“TVETCGC’s donation will make a positive impact on the lives of these children, helping them to have a brighter future. The funds raised will be used to provide essential resources, such as food, clothing, educational materials, and recreational activities.” highlighted Mrs. Kwa, the founder of the Keiskammahoek Child and Youth Care Centre.

Acknowledgment and gratitude were extended to the golfers and sponsors during the event, emphasizing their integral role in supporting positive change. Additionally, this occasion served as a platform for networking among individuals dedicated to making a difference.

“We would like to extend our thanks to all sponsors who took the initiative to be part of this amazing event and helped make it a success. We are proud to have been a part of this important initiative, and we hope that this event will inspire others to get involved and support the important work of organizations such as the Keiskammahoek Child and Youth Care Centre,” concluded Khanyile.

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