The OUTsurance Pointsmen came together with Traffic Free Flow (TFF) and all their sponsors to take part in a soccer Charity Cup to raise money for the Xola Disability Home in Soshanguve.
Touched by the generosity of Xola’s mother Grace Njenga, the home facilitator, and her selfless story, the Pointsmen made it their mission to help the Xola Disability Home as much as they could. And so, the TFF Charity Cup was brought to life. By standing together to support this great cause the Pointsmen and all sponsors involved were able to raise over R12 000! The funds raised helped to gift Xola Disability Home with a new freezer. In addition to this, the Xola Home residents won’t have to worry about their rent because it will be paid for the next year.
The good deeds didn’t stop after the charity soccer tournament. So inspired by the Pointsmen initiative, OUTsurance staff returned to the Xola Home paint and brushes in hand to start renovations. The day was filled with fixing, painting and fun as Pointsmen and OUTsurance Staff Helping SA OUT (SHSAO) members joined forces to make a difference for the Xola Disability Home residents.
“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa.
OUTsurance staff will visit Xola Home again soon to continue renovations, making a difference a few small acts of kindness at a time. What a sense of brotherhood it is when people from all walks of life stand together in aid of an organisation who give so much of their time and love to care for the disabled members of their community.