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  • Johannesburg

    We are currently negotiating the purchase of the Scout Hall in Brixton, Johannesburg to serve as a ‘drop-in’ centre and regional office for I Care in Gauteng. This has been made possible by a generous donation from Australia and the merger of Thembulethu Ministries from …

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  • New volunteers

    Over the last few days we have welcomed four new volunteers into our organisation. Three young ladies have joined us from the Netherlands through an organisation called Be More and the other is here on an internship through her university in Germany. Christie, Marloes, Niesje …

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  • There is a difference!

    We at I Care feel it important that the public are made aware of the difference between children who beg on the streets and actual street children. There are many beggers at street corners who have a home, a family and who attend school but, …

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  • Lexis Nexis

    We are very grateful to Lexis Nexis, the Business Research Solution people, for choosing I Care as their Social Responsibility project for the year. Their staff are committed to raising funds for us by holding an Awareness Walk for which they have been asked to …

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  • Mrs. D.C. Bain

    Our week was saddened with the death, on Wednesday, 29 September, of Mrs. Bain, aged 91. Mrs. Bain was the devoted mother of our chairman, Denise Cochrane, son Peter and daughter, Lyn and adored grandmother to many grandchildren. She will be remembered with love. We …

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  • Newsletter

    Our latest Newsletter – number 29 – has just been posted. Should you not receive your copy within the next two weeks or you would like to be put on our mailing list, please contact us in Durban at 031 5726870, on our careline – …

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  • Stepping Stones

    The following extract has been taken from an article written by ‘The Idler’ in Durban’s morning newspaper – The Mercury – on Tuesday, September 21st 2010.‘They hang about the intersections pestering motorists for hand-outs. Where do they come from? What happens when they grow up? …

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  • “Love you Guys”

    Alicia Mason, a resident living in the Amanzimtoti/Warner Beach area of KZN found a young boy hanging around a shopping mall. He had been frequenting the centre for some time and Alicia contacted South Coast Child Welfare but they did not seem able to help …

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  • My School Woolworths Play it Forward

    The My School ‘Play it Forward’ campaign was held this year leading up to the World Cup Soccer event and was aimed at teaching children the value of giving back (playing forward) to those in need.At the same time the organisers – MySchoolMyVillageMyPlanet – wanted …

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  • Sad News

    One of the children that I Care has been looking after for a number of years passed away last week after a long illness. The family live in total poverty and were thus unable to give their child a proper burial. Thanks to two of …

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