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Claudia Mangwegape, famously known Miss Fix it, joined SARCS in 2004 till 2006 as a Peer Educator volunteer in Free State from there she was then promoted to be a Young Women in development Coordinator for a period of 2 years, 2015 to 2017 she served as a Training Coordinator. “My family background has always been around assisting those who are vulnerable, my grandfather used to buy all types of sweets and snacks and will gather my friends but mostly from vulnerable backgrounds and share whatever he bought” she said. “Joining SARCS complimented my work, SARCS it’s my second home. Assisting those in need it’s a personal fulfillment for me, I managed to meet very interesting people in all provinces”, she concluded.
And through her journey with SARCS, she received Engagement Partnership Award from the Vice Rector Awards for Community Engagement in recognition of outstanding service, commitment and excellence.