The urgent need for today’s world is not wealth but people who, by living selflessly and giving generously, stand up and add value to other people’s lives. At the end it’s not really about how much (quantity) you have given. It’s about who you’ve lifted up and who you’ve made better (quality).
On 27 & 28 June 2020 GBP Solutions Pastoral Care Department, in collaboration with ChengaOse Association, successfully distributed food hampers to over 360 families in Epworth, Ruwa, and Murehwa. This is the second round of food distribution in response to the ‘Covid-19 induced’ food crisis in communities. The Covid-19 pandemic has left a lot of families in dire need food as they totally rely on the informal sector, which is currently on an indefinite shutdown.
The food distribution exercise could not have been successful without the generosity of our benefactors, the selfless GBP Solutions staff who gave their time and energy to be part of the exercise, and lastly but not least, Pastors Lucia and Davis Mambure whose hearts are large enough to accommodate the mothers and their children living with mental and physical disabilities. God bless you all.
“Do not withhold good from those who deserve it, when it is in your power to help them” (Proverbs 3:27)