2020 has been a different year - in so many ways. Both the founder and our staff have had sad losses of close family members. The covid-19 has made it impossible to travel and make progress in our projects. But we have worked in the background. We are still working on establishing an orphanage. We have still helped many of the children and disabled in need, financially, with clothes, sponsoring studies and field trips and much more. And we have worked on our web page, to bring it up to 2021 standard.
We want to keep our donors, sponsors and other supporters updated on what is going on with our children. We want to give you an insight into their lives, their stories and their needs and challenges.
Unfortunately, many of the blog posts from before 2020 are not visible. We are working on a solution for this.
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One of our young ones, and one of the kids that Thore has been sponsoring and in the last couple of years has been working for us in Siphezi School, has now started his own business - an internet cafè in Eshowe.Read more
Finally our brand new web-page has been released. We are so excited! Our new web-page also have a web-shop with second-hand market and antique shop.Read more
ANC member and Mayor of King Cetshwayo District, Cllr Nonhle Mkhulisi was admitted in hospital on December 31st and sadly her condition did not gety any better. On February 3rd she succumbed to Covid-19 related complications.Read more
Our driver, Anthony has lost both his parents, Dolly and Vinesh, only 5 days apart. They both died from Covid-19. Thore has had the pleasure of meeting them at several occations.Read more
Some people are just amazing. Linda's gardener desided he will build himself a small house and he was not going to spend a dollar building it - well, except for some concrete, which you absolutely need.Read more
The covid-19 situation in Zululand is far from good. After the covid-19 caused a big lock-down in March 2020, it took a while before it started to spread around in South Africa. There were cases, especially in the bigger cities, but in the rural areas, very few. South Africa desided to do a lock-down from March 23, 2020. On April 1, they started testing for covid-19 at test stations around the country.Read more
From time to time we get requests to build a house to a family or a child or a disabled person.Read more
We have handed out a lot of clothes and other gifts for a lot of underpriviledged children in Eshowe on the 24th of December.Read more