Hillary Juma, the talented Kakamega Homeboyz midfielder has stayed true to his words after donating his Man of the Match award to the community.

After receiving 100, 000 kshs from the betting firm Mozzart Bet- who are also the main sponsors, in the quarter-final tie of the Mozzart Bet Cup against Kariobangi Sharks, Juma vowed to give back to the community.

Together with his teammates, they visited Daisy Special School in Kakamega, to donate the award in the form of foodstuffs and other necessities.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life, and I decided to donate to Daisy Centre for the Disabled. I believe that every person, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, deserves a chance to lead a fulfilling life and reach their full potential. Daisy Centre for the Disabled provides essential services and support to children with disabilities. They offer education, therapy, rehabilitation services, medical care, and counseling. Their mission is to promote inclusion and empower children with disabilities to live an independent and meaningful life.

I have been touched by the tireless efforts of the staff and volunteers at Daisy Centre for the Disabled. Their dedication and compassion are truly inspirational, and I am proud to contribute to their important work. Through this donation, I hope to raise awareness about the needs of children with disabilities and encourage others to support organizations like Daisy Centre for the disabled which I know are very many in the country. Thank you for your attention, and I hope we can continue to work together to promote inclusivity, compassion, and respect for all,” Seba said as he is fondly known.

In appreciation of Juma’s extending arm, the institution via Reverend Eliud Walwanda, had this to say;

“Your contribution of food means so much to us, providing much-needed sustenance and nourishment to our kids. As you may know, many of our kids struggle with various disabilities that make it challenging for them to obtain adequate nutrition on their own. Your donation helps to ensure that they receive the nourishment they need to remain healthy and strong.

If I may just add another thing is that Kakamega Homeboyz and Mozzart Bet Kenya are actually the first-ever visitors to come to this place and I hope you have opened doors for others, your generosity has lifted our spirits and provided us with a renewed sense of hope and possibility. It is far too easy to become disheartened when faced with the challenges of caring for the disabled, but your kind gesture reminds us that there are people out there who truly care about us and the work we do,” the Reverend said.


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