An international voluntary charity organisation Rotaract Club has hailed state-owned telecommunications firm NetOne for assisting a local children’s home with some household goods ahead of the Easter holidays.

Hupenyu Hutsva Children’s Home in Highfield received a timely boost and an early gift ahead of the Easter holiday after they received two four plate stoves and four television sets among other items required at the charity home.

The president of Rotaract Avondale Club Miss Maina Msiska who sourced the goods thanked the state-owned telecommunications giant for coming to the aid of the children home saying the donation will go a long way in making life easier for the young ones at the home.

Spokesperson for the telecommunication firm John Nyashanu said they were touched by the plight of the children and as such they were giving back to the community.

The Rotaract Club is an organisation for youth volunteers from the age of 18 to 30 years who carry out developmental projects in communities which include collecting clothes, food items, books and blankets for needy and the less privileged.