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We are hurting … all of us are
If you think you have had too much … we know the feeling
If you feel like you’re alone … YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Hold on,

Everybody hurts … over a father or a mother, a spouse, a child, a friend, a colleague –
Everybody cries … our hearts go out to everyone that has been affected

YOU are in our thoughts, our prayers and
YOU are surely in our grateful hearts!
Hold on, hold hands, one hand cares for another

Let us continue to honour the spirit of Nelson Mandela, this Mandela Day by caring for the most vulnerable children in society

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Please make sure children can eat despite the ongoing impact of Covid!

A year after the national lockdown in South Africa, our children and their extended families struggle to find their next meal and stand on their own feet.

The situation in Soweto and Westbury has become worse for children. Poverty is on the rise because people are unable to earn an income due to the negative impact of Covid-19.

584 children are still utterly reliant on food parcels, but that means feeding 983 people if one counts the Gogo’s and Aunties that care for these kids!

Will you please make an urgent gift of R150 towards food parcels? 

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HOW CAN YOU HELP

With your donation, we are able to feed, educate, clothe and give our children the love and care that they need, and a second chance at life. General and monthly donations towards the children of Abraham Kriel Bambanani can be made by clicking on the button below.

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BE VIGILANT, BE HEALTHY

In response to the Covid-19 virus and the disaster measures announced by President Ramaphosa, Abraham Kriel Bambanani has put in place precautionary measures during the nationwide lockdown to contain the spreading of the virus. Click below for more updates and announcements in relation to the pandemic, our staff and beneficiaries.

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Click here to get more information about Covid-19 in South Africa

Emergency Hotline: 0800 029 999
WhatsApp Support Line: 0600-123456

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