Helping Njabulo Reach His Potential
“Untapped potential is the difference between where a person is now and where he or she CAN be.” – Bo Bennett
We met Njabulo at our very first Hot Cares Soup Kitchen at the Randburg Methodist Church. He was in the church hall praying that he would get the job for which he had just applied.
After inviting him to join us for a cup of soup, we got chatting to him. He told us he had applied to be a gardener at a local primary school and immediately, we thought of what Njabulo could achieve, given his potential, if only he could be exposed to the right opportunities.
Njabulo’s mom is a retired domestic worker, and his dad is a cleaner at a factory in Thembisa. A lover of literature, Njabulo’s moms’ previous employers paid for him to go to Bryanston High School.
Njabulo has so much potential and is the type of person you don’t forget when you walk away – we knew we had to help him.
Hot Cares will be donating an R1500 grocery voucher for Njabulo and his family, a R1500 clothes voucher to get his job search off to a swanky start. We’ve also sent his CV on to Cletech Recruitment, the agency that has assisted some of our other Hot Cares recipients in the past.
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