Epworth receives special donation

Thrilled with the donation are Andrew Waterson (deputy head boy), Tshegofatso Makuwa (head boy), Robyn Hill (programme manager at Epworth), Gail du Preez (principal of Dinwiddie Primary), Thacia Naidoo (head girl) and Aveary Govender (deputy head girl).

Dinwiddie Primary School is still celebrating its 50th anniversary and to make it extra special the school made a special donation to Epworth Children’s Village, last Tuesday.

From the beginning of the year jars were placed in every class and learners would place 50 cent coins in them.

They managed to raise R5 000 for Epworth.



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