Latwell Nyangu

THE Conquerors Association for the Disabled and Vulnerable (CADAV) Trust executive director, Lot Mudhimburana, has implored individuals and organisations to keep empowering the disabled and less privileged.

CADAV is an organisation which honours outstanding individuals, and corporates, who support the disabled and the less privileged.

Mudhimburanwa said they recently held an awards ceremony to honour and salute those who are committed to philanthropic work in empowering the disabled.

“The idea of these awards is to celebrate the outstanding achievements of organisations, companies, and individuals in their dedicated efforts towards assisting the poor, environmental management, women empowerment and community development.

“I am appreciating those who are committed to this philanthropic work.

“At CADAV, we firmly believe in acknowledging and highlighting the work done by individuals and entities to improve society.

“It is with this objective in mind that I keep appreciating and calling for more remarkable contributions towards assisting the community,” he said.

The awards are held once every year.

“The motive is to motivate and acknowledge all entities and leaders who are into charity work.

“One of our mandates, in our registration documents, is to collaborate or support other organisations or leaders with similar objectives.

“This is an affiliate of the Higherlife Foundation of Dr Strive Masiyiwa and Tsitsi Masiyiwa of Econet.

“They supported the founder for about 15 years, paying the school fees for the founder, hence they also supported the awards ceremony.

“The awards ceremony was a platform for the best community leaders to get to know each other and all of them got a platform to share what they are doing.”

Among the winners were Zimcare Trust, Catalyst Foundation, Queen of Peace, Imani Foundation, Higherlife Young and Dynamic, Smile Action International.

“These awards are not just about recognising accomplishments but they are a celebration of courage, resilience and the unwavering spirit of those who have dedicated themselves to making a difference in the lives of the disabled and less privileged.

“We are here to acknowledge the hard work, dedication, and compassion that lie at the core of each of our winners’ stories.

“We firmly believe in empowering the disabled and the less privileged and it is heart-warming to witness the positive impact that our collective efforts have had on their lives.

 “The achievements, by the winners, are a testament to the strength of the human spirit.

“Your determination to rise above challenges, your commitment to uplifting others and your passion for creating positive change, have inspired us all.”

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