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Modderpoort

Modderpoort

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We stay at an old unused Railway station called Modderpoort...here is no Clinic...or Police Station or any shops...thus no security or Medical aid or entertainment for the children staying here.They travel 30 km to school and back.They have no electricity or running water in their shacks. When I moved here a year ago I befriended the community and systematically started to improve their lives. I get clothing for them in winter and sumner from donations.The children come to me every day to play and learn...I feed them, teach them, help with homework and we watch Christian movies together.This Christmas I bought each child a gift and a sweet parcel..there are 21 children of which 9 are attending school.This year I would love to bless 9 children with school shoes and stationary if anybody could assist it would be greatly appreciated.I am also in the process of opening a creche for the little ones.

9 sets of clothing and shoes and stationary for 9 pupils .their parents are unmployed and I am a pensioner.I cant afford to buy what they need. When I  arrived here the children had difficulties going to school due to the fact that they rarely had transport. I secured transport for them and as a result their grades improved and all 9 passed.

Children would be able to got to school in comfort and study .their self worth will improve as they will be dressed in appropriate attire.

5 trousers for boys .5 yellow shirts.5 boys shoes 9 pair socks.5 pair girls shoes and 9 sets of stationary

Funds raised will be paid into my bank account.

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R 4 500.00
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We stay at an old unused Railway station called Modderpoort...here is no Clinic...or Police Station or any shops...thus no security or Medical aid or entertainment for the children staying here. They travel 30 km to school and back. They have no electricity or running water in their shacks. When I moved here a year ago I befriended the community and systematically started to improve their lives. I get clothing for them in winter and summer from donations.