Support 80 abandoned children in Cape Town

Feb 15, 2012

What a wonderful Christmas!


Each Christmas a few children are able to go to homes over the Christmas and New Year week. Those who stay behind feel quite left out as the others come back with exciting tales! This year our social worker Kate and auxiliary social worker Sheila decided to take up the challenge to find homes for all the children for that week. After a lot of hard work, homes were found for all of them. This meant they were all with families for Christmas and had a very special time. It also meant a real break for our staff who have all really appreciated it! The further blessing is that one family has already decided to foster/adopt the child they looked after and others and wanting to take the children for repeat visits.

Before they went for their Christmas break we were able to spoil them all with new clothes, toys and goodies, thanks to the generous donations of people like yourself. 

Thank you so much for caring and for making a difference.


May you have a blessed 2012



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cape town, western cape, South Africa

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rachel mash

Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa

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