CTW Volunteers 2012
What an exciting month July was. We kicked it off with the school holiday programme. This was a first in Itireleng and the children and the community at large were very excited. The purpos...
Looking back at July I sigh! What a relief to see things come together. I have had highs and lows this July. The routine medical clinics went on daily and the residents appear happy with serv...
Rachael Tembo, Jo’burg Child Welfare
I started the year with preparation of schedules and plans of the OVC Forum for the year 2013. We resolved that we will consistently update our OVC Forum members well ahead of our monthly meetings and...
Tammy Dutton, NOAH, Umhlanga
With my first month at NOAH successfully under my belt, Month 2 proved to be a daily adventure. Being afforded the privilige of spending a week in Johannesburg in order to attend the re-drafting of...
Free State residential Care Centre
The holiday programme during the first half of July was a huge success. Activities included ten pin bowling and games such as badminton and table tennis as well as archery. Trips to the national museu...
Nelia Van Deventer
Nelia van Deventer, FAMSA Upington
We have been very busy bees this month at FAMSA. The month started with a visit form Magda (Vodacom). It was very nice to talk to someone about our plans and how everything is going along. FA...
Iron rusts from disuse, stagnant water loses its purity, and in cold weather becomes frozen, even so does inaction sap the vigour of the mind ~ Leonardo Da Vinci So, July is done and dusted and I t...
Linda Brash, TSiBA
Just because it has been extremely cold and wet in the Mother City – it doesn’t mean our marketing efforts have slowed down! I was extremely happy to complete TSiBA’s first eve...
The month of July started with the preparation for the Nelson Mandela Day Celebrations. Mr Hlomane was co-ordinating the project and requesting information from me that helped him accomplish his tasks...
As the Winter season is in full swing, I could only think of those child headed families facing the chill weather without adequate clothing, blankets or worse, proper shelter and food. Ndlovu Care Gro...
What do the Volunteers say?
By: Cindy Van Zyl