Mr and Mrs Triumphant lend a helping hand
It is inspiring to see the youth giving back to the less fortunate.
06 April 2021 | Education
The Aspiration of Hope is a non-profit organisation, and with the Easter egg drive which they aim to give back to the community.
Two law students, Winnie Shixwameni and Mpumzi Mpimde from the Triumphant College, which also happens to be Mr and Mrs Triumphant started this initiative in 2020. Mr and Miss Triumphant decided that they are going to host an Easter egg competition for the less fortunate in honour of the Easter weekend.
This Easter egg drive will take the form of a public competition. The Aspiration of Hope, in collaboration with the facade and Miss Miedoso, requested the public donates to this great initiative which they donated to orphanages around Windhoek. They, therefore, called on all Namibians to donate what they can to make someone’s Easter as memorable and loving as possible.
To join the competition, the public had to call in with the number of Easter eggs that they would like to donate or have already collected, which automatically entered their name in the competition. At the end of the competition, they will announce how many Easter eggs they have collected.
There will also be prizes up for grabs for the people who collect the most Easter eggs. The first prize is a free dinner voucher for two to Spur, the second prize will win a free photoshoot from the Façade Studio, and the third prize is N$100 worth of airtime.