Christmas came early for residents of Lwabenge, Masaka over the weekend as songbird Zanie Brown through her charity organisation 'Zanie Brown 4 Schools' gave back to the destitute as a way of bettering their living standards.
Through her charity drive, over 200 eye patients, youth and the elderly received donations in addition to a health camp where professional doctors checked and treated people with low eye vision and after they gave them eye glasses whereas the lame went home with wheel chairs to ease their movements and improve on the ways of living.
Youths were also gifted with bicycles, Christmas Hampers that consisted of goodies like soap, rice cooking oil, sugar mention it.
In partnership of the Prince Kimbugwe Foundation and the Volunteer Eye Care Doctors, the visionary and charismatic singer managed to make a difference to the desperate less privileged residents of Lwabenge, Masaka district.
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