As part of our vision to partner with our NGO's and organisations making a difference in the community this year, we spent a completely moving and educational morning with some of the team at Hillcrest AIDS centre and our #volunteers as we took a tour of the many different projects they host at their facilities
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What humbling experience today as we partnered with Cityhill Hillcrest Turningpoint outreach to serve the homeless in Durban today! Hundreds of destitute people were shown love & given a delicious meal, toiletries & other essentials to restore dignity and share a message of hope and love.
Throughout the April and May, we have visited over 20 creches with our Love to Read campaign, partnering with local NGO’s to help to make a difference to these little creches in the communities they serve. This campaign has been incredible to see the growth from what started as an idea to take 2nd handbooks
An incredibly special morning with some beautiful old souls at Tafta John Dunn earlier today! Not only did we have a wonderful group of volunteers join us to bless and interact with the residents at John Dunn for the Easter Tea we had arranged today at the Home as part of our 'Love to Read'
Joined by a beautiful team of volunteers and armed with hundreds of big Love the Babies hampers, we shared a special morning with some mums and their brand newborn babies this morning! A grateful thanks to Trustee, Pat Horrmann, fondly known to the new mums we visit as 'Gogo Pat' for the time, effort and
At the Robin Hood Foundation, our Trustees and team of volunteers all whole-heartedly believe in supporting the community wherever we can and ALSO in supporting others that are trying to make a difference. Thanks to some generous sponsors, we paid a visit to our local SPCA this morning in order to show our support by
Today we spent the first day of holidays, a fun-filled morning on this beautiful sunny summer day to start the school's Easters holidays. Our Chairlady, Cindy Norcott, thought up this project - "Lucky Feet" - as a fun way to bless these little learners from the KwaNgcolosi community with some of the school shoes we
What an incredible afternoon with some amazing young community hearts as the Grade 4's from Highbury Preparatory School joined us in EMBO to bless and serve the Gogos and Mkulu's! Each Thursday, Carol Shroeder, from Twinkle Star, hosts up to 100 Gogo's and Mkulu's and serves them a delicious and nutritious home cooked stew and
Gogos (isiZulu) grandmothers/elderly women. At the Robin Hood Foundation, we have such respect for the Gogo's in our communities. These women are the matriarch's in their community, women of strength, great faith and courage. Women that serve their families and communities and ask for nothing in return. Today, we hosted 30 of these Gogo's -
What an incredible afternoon with some beautiful children from Shongweni and Ntshongweni communities and volunteers, thanks to the wonderful hospitality of the staff and owners at The Pot & Kettle and our amazing sponsors, Buckman Laboratories. The aim of our HOPE project we've been running for the past 5 years is to inspire HOPE in