Hands of the Givers, Non-profit organisation, based in Ga Molepane village, outside Jane Furse aimed at developing knowledge of young people by offering them platform to exchange ideas and showcase their talent.
Organisation has specifically deals with academics and social empowerment as key issues.
It is two years old but has achieved and played huge role in the society at large.
Its founder, Onious Moganedi (28), describe himself as community developer who wish create ambitious citizens.
Onious explains how he initiated his organisation:
“In 2016 I was staying in Polokwane where I was more involved in numerous community youth development. In 2017 I moved to my place of birth where I mobilised youth to partake in projects in our respective communities,”
“As I speak now, we managed to initiate Spelling Bee Competition and Active Life Style Runners. Not only that we even went far to learn indigenous games in the Sekhukhune sport, arts and culture,”
“Afterwards we reintroduced those games to numerous schools and I can tell that learners and educators were happy to our interventions,” said Moganedi
His organisation during level 5 of lockdown, managed to plea food parcels from good samatarians and donated to underprivileged households
“Covid-19 affected everyone, especially disadvantaged families. But with help from various stakeholders who donated to my organisations, many families benefited from this two year old organisation,” he said.