By Sukuoluhle Ndlovu
Masvingo –Award-winning male mode, Tapiwanashe Mutsimba has started projects that will see him helping disabled people as part of his giving back to the community project.
He is going to donate in the different groups that deal with the vulnerable kids.
“I am going to first donate books at Henry Murray School for the deaf tomorrow. After attending the Miss Disability pageant that was held few weeks back here in Bulawayo, l saw the gap which needed to be covered. The level of talent and intelligence that the people living with disabilities have shocked me and l saw it is going unnoticed.
“To be honest, l was extremely impressed and became instantly inspired to make a difference in their lives and make a contribution to their welfare and craft,” he said.
Since schools are closing soon, he will make his other donations next year when the school term commences.
“This is going to be an ongoing project and as we end the year I will be donating stationery at Henry Murray and then next year to other similar schools for the people living with disabilities amongst other activities,” said Mutsimba.
He said that the Masvingo community must come together and make a difference for those living with different challenges in their lives.
The 22-year-old model expressed enthusiasm to make a difference in the community and called for support from like-minded individuals and cooperates.
“I hope the society will join me in this endeavor and l certainly pray to God to help me raise more funds and do more because my heart is completely sold out on helping my new found friends and family,” Mutsimba.