In an effort to give support vulnerable communities, gospel singer Pamela Ssenyonga and friends have donated to needy children.
"I am known as an entertainer and gospel preacher, but this time round, we have come to solve a problem through supporting children," Pamela said while handing over their package to the vulnerable at Dwelling Places head offices in Mutundwe, Kamplala.
She added that during this period of abject poverty characterized by low disposable incomes among citizens, it is prudent for us as stipulated in Bible verses to reach out to the organizations and individuals.
With support from close partners including fellow gospel singer and UTL quality assessor, Joy Houls Bikumbi, DFCU bank Kampala branch manager Diana Nanyondo, Ssenyonga explained that they have donated various commodities ranging from scholastic materials and sanitary pads among other items.
Bikumbi the UTL quality Assessor, whose personal objective is to touch lives and transform communities across the country, appealed to Dwelling Places directors to urge parents not to wait for external support to improve their lives.
She also emphasized that the beneficiaries should always put God first in all they attempt to do.
Bikumbi urged parents to follow up on the skills which have been imparted into their children by Dwelling Places to ensure sustainability.