Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa

by Love Story Foundation
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
Hospital staff receiving parcels
Hospital staff receiving parcels

Our hospital outreach is one of the projects closest to our heart. It is always such a blessing to us to be able to bless mother's in need. Most of our Love Story staff members are mothers and so we relate very personally to this project. 

Our last hospital handout was in September last year, where we were able to handout 150 parcels to new mother's at our local government hospital. We were met by hospital management and staff for the handover of these parcels and received a very emotional and heart felt thank you from them. 

We are currently collecting supplies and donations for our next hospital handover, that we are planning to do in March. 

Thank you so much for your support and for taking the time to check in with us.

Blessings, 

The Love Story team

Love Story staff with hospital management
Love Story staff with hospital management
Packing products
Packing products

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Card for the mom
Card for the mom
In the first week of September we were able to go to our local government hospital and bless new moms.
With the help of some volunteer ladies, we packed 150 absolutely beautiful Baby Shower bags for the new moms and babies at Dora Nginza Hospital.
This project is so special to us as we are able to make a positive impact in the first few weeks of life for the new babies.
We are very grateful to every business and individual who donated items towards this initiative. The impact of your donation is greater than you know.
“This is love in action” - Dr. Yoyo, Dora Nginza
We always leave the hospital encouraged. Their medical staff warmly welcome us with great excitement for their patients who receive our Baby Shower Gift Bags.
We had an incredible day distributing 150 beautifully made-up gift bags for the new mothers and babies at Dora Nginza Hospital.
Thank you again to all involved for making this happen.
We plan to do another delivery of bags in February.
Delivering bags to the hospital
Delivering bags to the hospital
Products for the bags
Products for the bags

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Our hospital outreach is one very dear to our heart. We love being able to bless new moms, especially those who are in desperate need. Last year we were able to handover 150 blankets and mattresses to two local government hospitals as well as 150 parcels with essentials for new moms and their babies. 

 

In the next month we plan to do our next handover of parcels at Dora Nginza Hospital. The maternity ward at this hospital sees an average of 150 expecting moms come through their doors every 3 days. We are in the process of collecting items and funds for these bags, and will be able to show you beautiful photos of the handover in our next report.

 

Thank you for your care and support. Your generosity makes this all possible!

 

Blessings, 

The Love Story team

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As the pandemic continues, there is ever increasing need amongst the poor. Our government hospitals in particular have been under immense strain. Last year we were able to supply 150 mattresses and blankets to our local government hospital's maternity ward. Our next project is to put together 100 parcels for new moms at this hospital which will hopefully go out in the next two months. 

The maternity ward at Dora Nginza Hospital sees 150 women pass through it's doors every 3 days. Many come from extreme poverty and difficult circumstances and usually leave the hospital with nothing for their babies.

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We are so grateful that through this project, various corporate sponsors jumped on board to assist these moms that find themselves in such a terrible position. 

To date we have been able to provide 150 mattresses to Dora Nginza hospital, which is a government run hospital in our city where labouring moms were left on the floor as there was a shortage of beds. Your contribution helped make a huge impact in someone elses life!

Our goal is still to provide beds to the maternity wards at this hopital and we hope that through this project, with you help we can. 

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Love Story Foundation

Location: Port Elizabeth - South Africa
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Project Leader:
Elaine Watson
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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