The Jane Furse Builders Suppliers (JFBS) in partnership with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EF) in the Sekhukhune region have donated food parcels to the community members and people living with disabilities at Dikoetje Center in Ga-Moloi
According to the party this was part of its party program “touching lives” aimed at changing lives for the poor and disadvantaged.
The red beret said the establishment is determined in partnering with local and international donors to continue to donate to the needy.
The party secretary, Gift Machaba, said, they discovered and witnessed families who occasionally go to bed hungry.
Machaba said it was an injustice to overlook disadvantaged families.
Beneficiaries received their food at Ga-Moloi Dikoetje Center for the mentally handicapped.
Regional secretary said Dikoetje Center has 90 people living with disabilities, 15 staff members and five board members.
The donated center acknowledged the gifts from both the EFF and the JFBS.