The Muslim Hands NGO recently donated 10 new wheelchairs to Groote Schuur Hospital. Muslim Hands works in more than 50 countries, and the South Africa branch was established in 1996. The organisation is dedicated to tackling the causes of poverty around the world. The donation to the occupational therapy department is worth R15 000. The hospital will use the wheelchairs on a “home loan” basis for patients who require wheelchairs for a temporary period. At the handover, are, from left, Sami Less, Groote Schuur Hospital facility board member; Imraan Roomaney, Muslim Hands South Africa manager; Professor Edward Coetzee; Andrea Grobbelaar, deputy nursing manager; Lionel Naidoo, head Allied Health and Rogini Pillay, head of the department of occupational therapy.