George Ellison said, "How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it", and how true this rang today when we hosted a Spring Tea at Essenwood home for nearly 100 of their residents. A huge and grateful thanks to our volunteers that joined us, as well as Lauren Ginn and her special little boys,
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4 Years ago, we met Zanele and Bahle from Uminathi. Back then, Uminathi Crèche was 16m2 wattle and daub 'room' where Zanele was doing her best to educate the 30-odd children from the community that attended daily. Just over two years ago, in 2015, thanks to some incredible community and corporate support, we officially opened
We are appealing to all the ladies and gents in our community to have a SPRING CLEAN and donate any great condition pre-loved clothing / blankets / towels / scarves / hats / beaded jewellery etc. for our Clothes for Africa project we are hosting in EMBO in November – from newborn to grown-up. The
Women of Worth Educational event was held in the Salim Hall in Shongweni on the 9th of August. This was the most incredible morning, with amazing speakers and entertainers sharing their stories and inspiring the 200 women from the community. Highlighted by the Christian Social Services, all the women were also gifted with a Feminine
Partnering with Pro-Appointments and Dis-Chem, we hosted a Women’s Day ME TIME celebration for 180 local business women on the 8th August. It was a wonderful morning of inspirational talks as well as a health, wellness and beauty expo by the Dis-Chem team raising nearly R50 000 for our Creche build at Siyanda in Ntshongweni.
Our Love the Babies visit to St Mary’s Hospital this month was generously sponsored by Buckman Laboratories. Joined by a team of their volunteers, we handed out nearly 100 ‘baby shower in a bag’ hampers to the very excited new moms at the hospital. It was such a joy and a privilege to be able
The Quintessential Group hosted their Annual Charity event on the 3rd of August and again this year selected RHF as their charity of choice. The evening was a great success as we raised over R40 000 for our Heart of Africa Gogo Visit to Hammarsdale, with Gcina Mhlophe at the end of August.
Thank you to Imperial Managed Logistics for their sponsorship towards 122 orphaned and vulnerable children. They were treated to the ‘best day ever’ as one little boy said. Our HOPE Carnival included music by celebrity DJ and entertainer, Lloyd Paul; jumping castles; train rides; popcorn; candy floss and all things carnival. The children we hosted
After the incredible success and joy of our ‘Soulfood’ soup kitchen in August last year, which saw us feed over 5000 people, today we host another “soup kitchen”. Serving nearly 250 Gogos and Mkulus - as well as some kiddies - a hot, freshly cooked sit down meal thanks to Eat Greek Caterers, with LIVE
It is said that blessing and caring for the elderly shows the character of the people in our community. We are excited to be spending a further #67minutes this #mandeladay2017 with a wonderful team of volunteers from Imperial Managed Logistics and the elderly hearts at Thembela Home, blessing them with some much-needed essentials and some