We’ve just received devastating news! And if you’re a friend your urgent help is needed right away!
A raging fire has completely destroyed parts of Dalukhanyo Crèche in Langa, on the outskirts of the Cape where more than 200 young children are cared-for everyday. Thankfully the school was closed at the time and the children are safe . . .
Your online donation made here right away will help us rebuild this community crèche so the young boys and girls can return to school as soon as possible. We can’t leave them alone at home or worse – wandering the streets – it’s far too dangerous!
With your help we’ll buy new cots and mattresses for the toddlers’ room, toys, books, prams and food supplies to get them started as soon as possible.
So please will you make your pledge here and give these vulnerable youngsters the gift of a new beginning?
And if enough friends make their donations then we can help replace the fridge, washing machine and clothing, which were also destroyed in the fire. Together we can make a difference!
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