“Tough times do not last long, but tough people do”.
Following the talk, Amatikwe pupils were each given an Easter Egg kindly donated by pupils from Crawford North Coast Prep.
Zula then gave Clifton pupils and I Care a tour of the school. Zula told us it was his dream to set up a computer classroom.
At the beginning of May I Care started to help Zulu’s dream happen by delivering a number of desks and computers. Thank you for enabling us to make this difference!
Reception Centre News
I Care are delighted to report that the partnership with Umthombo and the Municipality continues to work well as
It is exciting to see how the direction of so many young lives is being turned around!
The Lions Club of Durban North have been collecting four young men from the Reception Centre every Saturday to help clear the grounds at Golden Hours flea market. All the raked leaves are being used to make compost which will be sold at the flea market.
Feedback gave four young men attending the Reception Centre a chance to gain voluntary work experience. The men got on really well and have been sponsored driver’s training by Business Against Crime.
If you or your company are interested in providing work experience for young men or woman between the ages of 18-22 years old, please contact Linda Treadwell at the I Care Office on +27 31 5726870 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org