Last week ladies from a retirement village donated these BEAUTIFULLY hand-knitted dolls to us. Thank you so much ladies! We will use them for our next batch of maternity packs. If you or a friend are keen to knit some
Welcome 2015!!! We are back and so excited to help others this year, to change even more lives, to donate even more nappies and to help even more new moms in need. For those that did not receive our 2014
Dear TGF friends We will be closed from Friday, 19 December 2014 to Monday, 05 January 2015. During this time we will not be available on email or phone and won’t be able to drop off or collect any donations.
Dear supporters We cannot thank you enough for your support this year, we have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of South Africans (and people from outside SA this year)! We have one last request for 2014. We feel that
I just LOVE it when successful companies give back and Naartjie is one of those companies. The Naartjie Love Foundation recently visited St Joseph’s Home for Chronically Ill Children in Montana, Cape Town, to donate 60 cot duvets and bumpers
We are so proud and thrilled to announce that we are fully funded for our packing day on Saturday! We have raised R10 000 through different.org and will be packing 100 packs on Saturday, 29 November 2014 for babies born
Thank you so much to Dallace and Purely Local Jozi West magazine for featuring us in your second edition! May your magazine be blessed and continue to be a blessing.
This Festive Season Puo are asking for your help. Puo’s goal is to deliver 10,000 books as gifts to children who cannot afford them. Only 7% of schools in South Africa have a functioning library. This means that the majority of our children do not
Thank you so much to Singtex in Port Shepstone for donating THREE boxes of baby clothes to us. We value your support so much! Most of these clothes will be included in our 100 Christmas maternity packs as well as
A friend that I went to school with, Kabi Krige, works for an amazing initiative that helps children with cerebral palsy called Sukumani (to stand) Dream. If you would like to learn more about them, please see their video here.