The Human Resource practitioners under the HR Fun House a social networking club has donated food and items worth millions of shillings to communities in the slums of Busega, Lubaga Division-Kampala.
The event was in remembrance and furtherance of the charity drive in Busega that was initiated by one of their members, Martha Munnu Omer who passed on last year due to Covid-19.
The HR Fun House was represented by Racheal Amanya Muta, Shamim Walusimbi and Doreen Muwulya who delivered relief items to the beneficiaries.
“We are here as Human Resource practitioners to give back to the community of Busega. We are here to carry on Martha’s legacy, may you receive whatever we give you with love from all the HR Fun House members,” Amanya said.
During the event, Shamim Walusimbi encouraged the community to carry on the spirit of giving to those around them especially those in need.
“One act of charity is bound to create a butterfly effect, the end result is that we should leave no one behind; it is our responsibility in the current economic crisis to bare each other’s burden by being a sister’s keeper,” Walusimbi said.
The HR Fun House President, Andrew K. Ssebwalunnyo said that there is no better way to remember one of the HR Fun House founding members than carrying on what she had began in line with helping vulnerable communities.
“We have delivered items collected for this charity drive in remembrance of the late Martha Munnu Omer one of the founders of HR Fun House; all people were beyond thankful for the generosity shown to the people of Busega even after the passing on of Martha,” Ssebwalunnyo said.
Items donated included; Rice, Posho, Sugar, Beans, soap, cooking oil, Lato milk,Bread, Soda, among others.
On behalf of the beneficiaries, Madina Lulema appreciated the HR Fun House for the generosity they have extended to them as a community.
She as well applauded the other leaders of the HR Fun House for contributing towards putting a smile on their faces and restoring their hope. these leaders include; Allan Musoke, Daphne Oboth, Irene Esther Mutuuzo, Leticia Iguma, Moureen Nakimuli, Sayidi Alikwan and Susan Nanyange Mataka.