By Richard Chirombo
Approved Workmen are Not Ashamed (Awana), an international
inter-denominational ministry, on Saturday donated assorted items to
Tithandizane Club of Chikhwawa.
Tithandizane Club, run by Makhwira Association of the Baptist Church
in the district, looks after 11 physically-challenged people, 19
elderly persons, and 106 orphans and vulnerable children using money
generated from cotton and maize farming.
Awana Ministry programme director, McNovance Potani, hailed
Tithandizane members for their self-help initiative in aid of orphans.
He said the donated items- which included bales of sugar, Kamba puffs,
clothes, shoes, toys- were contributions from Blantyre Baptist Church
members and Awana child members.
“We can all help alleviate the suffering of the less-privileged
members in society,” Potani said.
On his part, Makhwira Association chairperson, Pastor Mashonga Eliot
Kadyoli, said the donations would help alleviate part of the suffering
experienced by beneficiaries.
He asked other well-wishers to emulate Awana’s example.