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Don't give me money.. Give me a future!

  • 2010

    The worst thing you can do is to give these street children money…… It will encourage them to buy addictive glue to overcome their hunger, cold & fearIt encourages them to stay on the streets and promotes a lifestyle of beggingIt deprives them of any …

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  • Mosaic Footballer

    This delightful figure was made by the boys from the Hope Centre. He was auctioned at our Golf Day on May 13 and fetched R6,000.00.

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  • Boys at work

    These are the boys responsible for the football mosaic which was auctioned at the Golf Day on May 13. Karen Maiden who helps with all things artistic said, “The children are great and always polite. I absolutely love working with them. To make the mosaic …

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  • Neotel and the Hope Centre

    Thanks to incredible help from Neotel and their contractors our Hope Centre is looking quite magnificent. Workers have transformed its interior and from looking decidedly drab it is now bright and shiny.Work already completed includes repair of a gaping hole at the rear of the …

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  • Sixth Annual Golf Day

    Our sixth annual Golf Day was held at Royal Durban Golf Club on Thursday, May 13 and was pronounced “Best ever”.After a wonderful day of golf and renewed friendships, some of the players travelled from Johannesburg, enjoyed by golfers and helpers alike, a prize-giving ceremony …

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  • The Ridge Magazine

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  • Hope Centre 2010

    Big Shoes – an organisation committed to taking care of children with HIV – is moving into the Hope Centre. This means that our children will, at all times, have access to a doctor who will be based at the Centre.If a child requires hospital …

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  • His first job

    One of our older ‘boys’ has just been offered a job with SA Fasteners. The company had told Anne Slatter when she gave a presentation to them that they were willing to take our older boys into their organisation if there was an interest shown. …

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  • Lucia

    Our incredible Outreach Manager – Lucia Shange – gave a talk to the ladies of Umhlali Methodist Church on Thursday, 22 April and Jabulani Mbamba sang, in his beautiful tenor voice, The Twenty Third Psalm. Here is a copy of the letter which Lucia received …

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  • Graduation Day, March 29

    Here are our seven happy garduates, having completed their rehabilitation programme, giving their parents, friends and I Care staff a Zulu dance in celebration.After the prize-giving ceremony where the boys were given their certificates they were also given a satchel containing a brand new Zulu …

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