Helping Hands Montessori Spreads Joy and Hope at Beit Cure Paediatric Section

By Twink Jones Gadama

In a heartwarming display of compassion and generosity, Helping Hands Montessori school in Blantyre recently paid a visit to the Beit Cure Pediatric section, bringing smiles and essential donations to the young patients in need.

The school, which caters to toddlers aged between 3 and 8, embarked on this initiative to extend a helping hand to their fellow toddlers who are undergoing medical treatment at Beit Cure.

With warm smiles and open hearts, the students of Helping Hands Montessori donated a variety of essential items such as food, clothes, and other necessities to the pediatric patients.

Their gesture of kindness was met with gratitude and appreciation from the officials at Beit Cure, who expressed their heartfelt thanks for the generosity shown by the Montessori school.

“We are truly grateful to the management and staff of Helping Hands Montessori, especially the toddlers, for their thoughtful donation to the needy patients here at Beit Cure,” remarked an official from the hospital.

“The pediatric patients are overwhelmed with joy as they receive these basic necessities that they so desperately need.”

Speaking on behalf of her fellow students, Luntha Mkambeni a year 3 toddler at Helping Hands Montessori, expressed her well wishes for all sick children not only at Beit Cure but all over Malawi.

She emphasized that the students at the school would be keeping them in their thoughts and prayers, hoping for a speedy recovery for each and every one of them.

Helping Hands Montessori, located in Mandala, Blantyre, is known for providing high-quality Montessori education for young children, led by a team of highly qualified teachers.

In addition to their dedication to academic excellence, the school also places a strong emphasis on giving back to the community through charitable initiatives.

The director of Helping Hands Montessori shared that the school is committed to continuing their efforts in supporting the less fortunate.

Plans are already in motion to mobilize additional resources before the end of the year, with the goal of extending a helping hand to more children in need.

This act of kindness is not an isolated incident for Helping Hands Montessori, as the school has a history of engaging in charitable work and supporting the local community.

Their commitment to making a positive impact extends beyond the classroom walls, showcasing the values of empathy and compassion that are instilled in their students from a young age.

As the students of Helping Hands Montessori continue to spread joy and hope through their acts of kindness, they serve as a shining example of the power of compassion and generosity in creating a better world for all.

Their visit to Beit Cure Pediatric section not only brought much-needed relief to the young patients but also inspired a sense of unity and solidarity in the community.

With their unwavering dedication to giving back and making a difference, Helping Hands Montessori is truly a beacon of light in the lives of those they touch.

“May their kindness and compassion continue to ripple outwards, bringing comfort and joy to those in need.” remarked Grace an year 3 teacher of Helping Hand Montessori.