She took three of us (her old school friends) to see how she is making a difference to the less fortunate residents and this is a selection of some of the pictures from our visit.
Note the condition of the building that is in desperate need of replacing
Glenda has raised donations for two new wooden rooms to serve as a classroom and day care room at one of the creches
The kitchen desperately needs replacing, rebuilding
Yours truly being mobbed for hugs
We passed this little girl along the street. She clearly adores her little dog she is carrying on her back. Note the state of the street. The shanty shacks are typical of most houses in the township
Babies and toddlers sleeping in a day care room of one of the little creches
Happy smiling children in a classroom
Children singing greetings as they saw us get out of the car
Children between the new classroom (left) and the kitchen which desperately needs to be replaced
The toilet the children have to use. Bucket system as there are no toilets, pipes, etc.
Marlene in one of the shacks that Glenda is hoping to raise enough money to replace with a wooden room which will be another desperately needed classroom
Being mobbed for hugs before we left.