Zimbabwean Motocross sensation Tanyaradzwa Muzinda has paid school fees for 40 girls and 5 boys wants to pay school fees for 500 school kids in all provinces — and shes on 14 years old.
The young motorist has ensured that the Girl Child is not left behind by donating her little savings to Chinamano Council Primary School at Epworth.
The role that she has taken is a great tool to help the vulnerable in her society. Tanyaradzwa said “My dream is to send 500 kids in all ten provinces of the country by end of the year 2020 by God’s Grace and I have hope that this dream is achievable.”
Tanyaradzwa said the motive behind the donation is giving back to the community. She said she has a passion of education especially in regards to the Girl Child who needs not to be left behind.
“A lot of times I miss races, training because of finances and other technical reasons, I know how it feels to miss something you cherish and is part of your destiny, so I could imagine a little girl looking at other kids going to school and staying home, the pain and trauma is unbearable.”
Muzinda is the first woman in Zimbabwean Motocross history to have won a championship race.
Tanya, who is mentored by motocross legend Stefy Bau, was crowned Zimbabwe Junior Sportswoman of the Year and Junior Sportsperson of the Year in 2015.