- November 28, 2021
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Sexy speed rally: Rajiv Ruparelia rally team donates relief items worth millions to children with disablities in Jinja
Rajiv Ruparelia Rally Team has today visited and donated relief items worth millions to children with multiple disabilities at Home of Hope located in Kainogoga-Jinja.
”After the Jinja Sexy Speed Rally, Team RR visited the Home of Hope, Jinja. These children suffer from many disabilities, however, as long as we keep supporting them as a community we shall be able to achieve,” Rajiv Ruparelia said
Rajiv Ruparelia noted that his rally team didn’t stand alone in driving the donation campaign but was supported by other well-wishers with the same heart if giving back to the needy including; Movit, Vita foam, Victoria University, Lato Milk, Premier Recruitment, Tuff Gong Holdings and Idros Foods among others.
It’s worth noting that Victoria University, premier recruitment in conjunction with other sponsors mentioned above have been hitting up Jinja city for this year’s Seventh (7th) Edition of the Federation of Motorsport Rally Championship, dubbed ‘Sexy Speed Rally’.
The two-day event that took place on 26 and 27 of November 2021, attracted over twenty-two drivers with Duncan Mubiru Kikankane being announced the winner of this year’s National Rally Championship after amassing more than 400 points from six rally competitions.
The event has also seen hundreds of students from Eastern region scooping 60% discounted scholarships from Victoria university and also poweful youths grab job opportunities abroad from premier recruitement.
About Home of Hope Jinja
Established in 2007, Home of Hope is a Non government organization (NGO) that takes care of children with multiple disabilities housed in a home.
It also reaches out to such children in the community through its occupational therapists and Physio-therapists who give them physical exercises and social workers as well who help teach the parents how to parent such children.
It also has outreach programs including counseling, small income generating projects for the parents and doing physical exercises with children, free medication for those with epilepsy through its psychiatric doctor.
Home Of Hope has an extended medical facility on its center which is open for the community with general medical services on pay for those from outside but free for any child with disability.