14 November 2012

Namibia: Aspirations.com Invites All to Help Needy Children

Windhoek — An upcoming youth organisation, Aspirations.com is hosting a gala dinner to raise funds for the proceeds of the organisation tomorrow.

The organisation was established towards the end of last year caters for young people from all works of life. Kambanda Veii and Wendy Veii who clearly have a passion to contribute towards the betterment of young people's state of living, said the organisation is still in its inception stage and hence the gala dinner to raise funds. The funds raised would be used to pay for the educational fees of ten school-going children. "The Namibian youth are going through a moral decay," reads a part of the organisation's profile. According to the founders of the youth organisation that aspires to inspire young people through, amongst others, mentorship, many young people are aimless and have no ambition. "We've had many young people who came to us for mentoring," said Wendy when asked how youth have benefitted from the organisation.

The organisation has also donated items to the less fortunate, the duo said last week. Early next year, the organisation will be spearheading gardening projects to assist the less fortunate. The gardening project would be known as aspirations gardens, Kambanda and Wendy shared. The gala dinner would be held at the Heroes' Acre restaurant. Single tickets will sell for N$250 while double tickets sell for N$450. "We encourage the business community to come out and support us," the duo pleaded. Big Ben will perform at the event.

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