Zimbabwe: Eagles Cheer Up Two Charity Organisations

Sports Reporter

EAGLES Golf Association continued with their charity crusade when they donated goods, worth over US$3 000, to the Zimbabwe Albino Association and Kudakwashe Children’s Home in Stoneridge, yesterday.

The ZAA will celebrate national Albino Day on Saturday.

Eagles are an association made up of a group of golfers, who play once every second week of the month, at various courses.

They raise funds, through paying membership subscriptions, and donate to the less privileged members of society.

In 2018, they donated a vehicle to the Melfort Old People’s Home.

The following year, they chipped in with a relief package to the Cyclone Idai victims, through the Rotary Club of Harare.

Last year, they drilled and donated a borehole in Epworth Ward Two, which has gone a long way, in alleviating water challenges in the community.

During yesterday’s visit, Eagles Golf Association chairman, Benjamin Funani, said they were happy they had managed to fulfill their promises, to their targeted beneficiaries.

“We are happy that we have managed to provide the help to the underprivileged members, whom we identified as an association, for this year’s charity cause,” he said.

“The donations, although small, will go a long way and we are happy with the support we received from our members, who are always happy to see that we do something, for any identified organisation or community.