Soul Savers Church children Saturday paid a visit to Mponela Hospital’s pediatric ward where they donated various items.
The donation included maize flour, sugar, kamba puffs and washing soap, among others.
According to the children’s representative, Sarah Salim, the gesture was done to give support to their buddies who were going through difficult times.
“They are our friends, and we thought of reaching out to them with the little we could manage to contribute amongst ourselves,” said Salim.
Quoting John 14:1, Salim shared with mothers and sick children in the ward not to lose hope but trust in the Lord.
In his remarks, Soul Savers Church senior pastor, Steve Wingolo, said they supported the cause after noticing the sincerity in the children.
“It was interesting because it was like the children walking the talk of the gospel of love as preached by our Lord Jesus Christ. What they did is something that most of us adults barely think of doing,” said Wingolo.
Mponela Hospital director, Frank Linzie, said they were “overwhelmed and thankful” for the donation.