Save an orphan care center in South Africa

Aug 22, 2013

Know When to Hold 'Em

Dear Donors,

We've spent the past few months waiting for word from the South African government to move onto our new land. In order to move legaly, they have to issue a formal letter. To date, we have not received that letter, but we remain hopeful that it will come soon. Nomusa is in contact with the government officials and is working with them so that once she gets the word, the move can happen smoothly and swiftly.

In the meantime, she and her team of volunteers continue to serve many children on the center's current grounds. They have been providing much-needed meals to help keep the kids healthy. And they're developing educational programming (e.g., tutoring) to help kids with their homework and other assignments. 

We'll keep you informed of how things progress. Thanks so much for your patience. 

With warm and kind regards,

Paul Brown


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