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Pastor Botha has been an Evangelist in Bloemfontein for the last 40 years, doing amazing ministry work in the poorer communities of our city. He was diagnosed with prostate Cancer in March of 2018.
PATCH, the Helderberg Child Abuse Centre in Western Cape, South Africa, aims to support all child victims of sexual abuse in the Helderberg and strives to prevent the incidence of this horrific crime committed against innocent children.
Paterson High School is the oldest non-white high school in the Eastern Cape. The staff at Paterson High School started a "win a car" fundraiser to help finance the purchase of a minibus. This will help transport learners to educational, cultural and sporting events and opportunities.
Pathways-Pretoria is a centre for learners with moderate to severe disabilities. We currently serve a 120 learners with various disabilities including intellectual and physical disabilities, blindness and autism through an intensive stimulation and educational programme Our mission…
A communtiy based facility, looking to 1) uplift communities with training and equipping in the line of micro enterprises, and 2) Caring for disabled children.
Stimulation Centre for Children and Young Adults with Severe Disabilities www.pathwaysroodepoort.org.za
We are raising funds so that Patience can afford to study at unisa for 2017.
The international Pole Sports Federation has invited Patrick as one of 8 athletes to compete in the World Ultra Pole Championships in Spain.
Patrick (10) has been invited by the Yacht Club of Monaco to sail in a Team Racing event held in Monaco in January 2019. He will be part of a team of 4 children from South Africa that have this amazing opportunity to go abroad and do what they love most - sailing.
Patrick, one of six rescued cats sharing our home, has contracted hyperthyroidism from a benign tumour in his throat. Only surgery can save his life in the longer term. The cost of removing the tumour and concurrent treatment is expected to cost R15,000. I'm to raise funds to cover those costs.
A devastating fire raged through Plettenberg Bay destroying homes and land along the coastal and airport road area, eventually making its way down to Solar Beach and burning Paul’s beloved sanctuary to the ground.
On the 20th of August 2018, Paul Oxton (Founder/Director of Wild Heart Wildlife Foundation) turns 55 years old.I would love to be able to give him an unforgettable gift for his Birthday. Whether it is to show him the beauty of Kenya, visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, or send him to the USA to…