Mahuma Group donates sanitary towels and soccer gear to girl children in Mzansi

Whether it’s from the public or private sector, a donation of goodies can make a big difference in the lives of those in need. Mzansi is one of the countries in the world that is capable of providing any sort of assistance if needed.

As Mzansi celebrates Women’s Month in August, the Mahuma Group took it upon itself to celebrate this year’s month with the ‘Mbokodos’. As part of their CSI projects, Mahuma Group visited various schools and communities across the country to offer sanitary towels and branded soccer gear to young girls. In addition to these supplies, they also provided meals for each occasion

Tito Stars football club. Photo by Given Mashiloane

Tito Stars from Zola in Soweto was among the women’s soccer teams that received support from this initiative. Mito Matola, the team’s coach, expressed gratitude for the donation of soccer gear and highlighted the need for further efforts to enhance the standards of women’s football in the country.

According to the Group Chief Executive for Mahuma Group and Matome Rapetsoa Foundation, Matome Rapetsoa, the Pad a Girl Child campaign is not a sign of the company’s wealth, but rather a commitment to providing girls with the necessary resources to attend school and participate in sports without worrying about their menstrual cycle. He encouraged all business owners in the country to give back to the community, regardless of their monthly profits.

Here are some other ways you can give back to the community as a business:

  • Donate to local charities.
  • Volunteer their time to help with community projects.
  • Sponsor local sports teams or other extracurricular activities.
  • Provide scholarships or bursaries to students in need.
  • Offer free or discounted products or services to low-income families.

By giving back to the community, businesses can make a real difference in the lives of those around them. They can also build goodwill and support for their businesses.

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