Noble Hands leader Marve Tee has a big heart
By JENNEPHER MUTUKWA
A HEART to extend a helping hand to vulnerable people is what inspired one of the country’s popular artists to use skills she had acquired over the years to help people with disabilities.
Born in the rural areas in Binga, Marvellous Tshuma popularly known as Marve Tee, is a multi-talented artist, musician, film writer, an actress, and radio and television personality, vocal coach and vice chairperson for the Noble Hands Zimbabwe.
Marve Tee told Zim Community News that her organisation had visited street children in June and July in Bulawayo and donated face masks and packed breakfast to them.
She also said that assisting the girl-child was a priority for them and they were working on providing sanitary wear.
“In October we donated sanitary wear in Binga for girls and we are now working on donating sun protecting creams for people with albinism,” she said.
She revealed that God was the cornerstone of her success and always thanked the Lord for everything He has done for her.