18 Jul Be 67 Minutes
Today in celebration of uTat’uNelson Mandela’s centenary, we visited the TLC Children’s Home that fosters, places and adopts vulnerable children from a family-run home that helps every child in its care, to grow up in a loving and responsible family. Founded by the Jarvis family in the same year as South Africa’s democracy in 1993, TLC Children’s Home began with the mission to provide a refuge for any baby or child in need of care whether because they have been abandoned, neglected, orphaned or abused.
The team visited the home and assisted by painting a wall. Not just any wall, an interactive graffiti wall. An artist was procured to do this and each child got to put their hand print on the wall as a pledge for a brighter future and that every small act of kindness matters. We celebrated the work of art with party packs for the kids and left knowing that we would be back soon to support the team that run the home and the beautiful children that reside there.
One does not forget that the TLC Children’s Home is possible because of the selfless and dedicated caregivers that join hands for a better South Africa.