Other Developments:

 

A talented young Clarinetist named Nokwanda has been a special project of ours this year. She was in an abusive home environment with very little by way of food, financial support or transport to school. She would walk to school daily and arrive late missing  her lessons, feeling faint as she hadn’t eaten. We arranged a place for her in her school’s hostel and gave her pocket money for everyday necessities. She never expected to go to her Matric Farewell Dance, due to the costs involved in such. We stepped in to assist and the delight on her face when she bought her dress was pure joy. This young girl has a real zest for life and is trying hard to beat the odds that are stacked against her. She hopes to study journalism next year - watch this space!



We are planning our second annual Christmas Shoebox Drive. The   shoeboxes comprise of basic necessities (underwear, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, facecloths, deodorant, pens and pencils for school) as well as a few treats and toys for some 300 hundred children.

We are approaching volunteers to assist in this regard, as well as sponsors to pay for the contents of the boxes.

At our crèche in Inchanga we will be hosting a Christmas party on the 16th of December and are expecting over 200 children to attend.

The remaining boxes will be giving out to other organisations we support.


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