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(If we want to see the rainbow, we have to survive the storm)

(If we want to see the rainbow, we have to survive the storm)

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  1. (If we want to see the rainbow, we have to survive the storm) In this life we can’t ALL do great things, but we can ALL do small things with great love

  2. SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGE • Sponsoring of House 13 with 8 children • Buying gifts for Christmas • Assisting in fund raising for the village • Attending functions • 2010 – contributed R132 000 • 2011 – contributed R120 000 plus birthday and Christmas presents as well as children taken to the Spur for a meal, to the beach for an outing and to regular Sunday School

  3. MTR SMIT CHILDREN'S HAVEN • Provides accomodation for 100 statutory children between the ages of 3-18 yrs • 2010 – donated R50 000 towards an on-site psychological counsellor • 2011 – donated R50 000 towards the • on-site psychological counsellor

  4. WMC BREAD OF LIFE TRUST • Provide 155 families either infected or affected with HIV/Aids in the Walmer Township, with food parcels, medical assistance, counselling, clothing, fellowship and tea & sandwiches • 2010 – R10 000 food items for parcels • 2011 – R10 000 food items for parcels

  5. MIRACLE MEALS –FOOD FOR AFRICA • Facilitate the feeding of about 17 000 people daily – mostly tiny tots – helping to build healthy little bodies & minds • 2010 – R18 000 toward feeding porridge to 125 children from two creches in Motherwell for one year • 2011 – R23 114 – maintained feeding of above creches & bought building materials to complete additional room on one of the creches to accommodate more children

  6. VISTARUS MISSION STATION • Mission station taking in destitute families and currently housing almost 500 destitute have embarked on a new premises. • 2011 – supplied 15 double bunks toward accommodating 100 men at the new premises in Deal Party – R29 250

  7. VP HIGH SCHOOL FEEDING SCHEME • Assisting needy pupils with sandwiches at school and their families with food parcels on a daily basis • 2010 – R5 000 food items for parcels • 2011 – R5 000 food items for parcels

  8. LOAVES & FISHES ASSOCIATION • Providing poor, previously disadvantaged groups and pensioners with food parcels • 2010 – R10 000 food items for parcels • 2011 – R10 000 food items for parcels

  9. KHAYALETHU YOUTH CENTRE • 34 street children are given the opportunity to reach full potential in this home for boys. Catering for every needs from approximately 8 yrs of age to adulthood • 2010 – R130 340.00 – donated towards school fees for 2011 and provided 3 computers for research • 2011 – R100 000 toward school fees etc. R5 000.00 donation toward their boys having done a gumboot display at Schaeffler SA, repaired their ceiling R6 000, lighting R2 000, electrical rewiring R2 000 & burglar proofing R5 000

  10. MARANATHA STREETWORKERS TRUST • Youth project Siyakathala – home-based teaching due to individual circumstances of children • 2011 – R15 000 - supplied stationey needs of some of the children and 3 computers for home-based teaching

  11. KWAZAKHELE HIGH SCHOOL • Adopted the school with the intention of improving conditions in all aspects • Employed a Mentor & a Science teacher • Commitment to upgrading grounds, in order to make them self-sustaining and for the use of the entire community • Spent for 2011 – R , includes principal mentor, science teacher

  12. VEEPLAAS COMMUNITY PROJECT • 2011 - Bought school uniforms for over 100 children in the Veeplaas community – value R20 000 • Attended the hand-over with the mayor of NMMM – Mr Wayile

  13. SAPPHIRE ROAD PRIMARY • A school in excess of 1100 learners from disadvantaged areas • Remarkable results achieved by involving parents and community in upliftment and empowerment • 2011 – donated R30 000 to the school (R20 000 towards needs list, R5 000 toward leadership development, R5 000 toward their feeding scheme

  14. Just Inspired • An initiative in conjunction with Canadian singer Justin Hines, the aim of which is to give 20 schools a mini-makeover to improve their conditions in the schools • 2011- contributed R20 000 worth of outdoor/indoor activities to provide stimulation and co-ordinination skills to the 20 schools

  15. HOMELESS IN THE PARK • Feeding of the homeless in Joubert Park & surrounds and the East Rand. Food parcels made up and handed out • 2011 – R10 000 worth of food items contributed towards the food parcels

  16. PENTECOSTAL MISSION CHURCH • Soup Kitchen feeding underprivileged in the Timothy Valley area • 2011 – bought R5 000 food items for their soup kitchen

  17. THE SANCTUARY • Catering for pensioners who are unable to sustain themselves. Opened a charity shop to generate funds for their home as well as provide pensioners with opportunities to make items for the shop • 2011 – paid R20 000 toward the rental of their shop for the year

  18. CUYLERHOLME CENTRAL • Home for the aged feeding 60 residents plus community daily. The only facility in the NMMM providing accomodation to pensioners with special needs. • 2011 – purchased an industrial stove for the cooking of their meals – R19 800

  19. CHESHIRE HOMES CLEARY PARK • A home accommodating 43 people with physical disabilities • 2011 – repaired their water tank, 2 stoves, 2 freezers (including services) and baymarie – R25 000

  20. SHEPHERD'S FIELD ALCOHOL & SUBSTANCE ABUSE FACILITY • An in-patient treatment facility for alcohol & substance abuse. Provides rehabilitation, awareness, prevention programmes • 2011 – purchased R10 000 food items for meals • 2011 – purchased food for Christmas lunch for 70 including children from Mordecai Children's Home – R5 000

  21. HOPE COMMUNITY CLINIC • A clinic in Cleary Park, providing healthcare and social welfare to poor with emphasis on children, elderly and the terminally ill • 2011 – purchased medical equipment to the value of R16 000 and contributed R15 000 towards new premises for the clinic • Paid rental for premises Dec 11-May 12 – R15 000

  22. BE A BLESSING • Fostering 17 children in the Krakeelrivier area. Assisting parents with schooling children, vulnerable elderly and street children. Providing food items & school clothing for children within the community • 2011 – Supplied R10 000 worth of food items and R10 000 worth of school clothing

  23. LAKESIDE EDUCARE CENTRE • A creche looking after 60 children in the Salt Lake City area • 2011 – Supplied 60 water-proof matresses and educational toys to the value of R10 000