Our main objective with hosting our campaigns is to facilitate awareness and to make our partners more aware of our needs and our children’s programs and achievements.
Mandela: ”Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
The campaign is focusing on improving education for our children, and we ask that you consider donating school items and stationary.
Children deserve a happy childhood, and with your help, we are able to offer it to them.
We require the following items:
School shoes (Unisex)
Size 1 to Size 8 = 24 pairs of each size
Size 9 = 6 pairs
White sport tekkies
Small shoe sizes:
Size 9 to Size 13 = 24 pairs of each size
Size 1 to Size 3 = 24 pairs of each size
Size 4 to Size 5 = 12 pairs of each size
All sizes = 50 pairs each
Grey long socks
All sizes = 50 pairs each
Navy girls’ stockings
S = 36 pairs
M = 50 pairs
L + XL = 12 pairs of each size
Navy school jerseys
Size 30 to Size 36 = 24 of each size
Size 44 = 2
White long sleeve shirts
Size 7-8 & Size 9-10 = 36 of each size
Size 11-12 & Size 13-14 = 50 of each size
Size S + M = 50 of each size
Size L + XL = 24 of each size
Grey long pants
Size 7-8 to Size 13-14 = 50 of each size
Size 28 & Size 30 = 50 of each size
Size 32 = 24
Size 34 = 12
Black leather belts
S, M + L = 24 of each size
Navy & Black hair accessories
Hair bands (Alice band)
School bags (backpack)
15 x Navy
100 x Stationary packs containing the following:
– Writing pad
– HB Pencil
– Blue and Black pens
– Colouring pencils
– Retractable wax crayons
– Colour paper
“There can be no greater gift than that of giving one’s time and energy to helping others without expecting anything in return.” – Nelson Mandela
For Mandela Day we require support with:
1) Non-perishable food items
2) Tekkie campaign
The month of July reminds us of freedom, hope, confidence, and integrity – especially with the focus on Mandela Day.
We, at Durbanville Children’s Home, are planning a tekkie campaign where we would like to present each child with a new pair of tekkies. Shoes are symbolic of many things such as confidence and pride, and a new pair of tekkies will do just that!
The story of Easter is surely one of the most beautiful stories of grace and love that we can teach our children. That Jesus Christ died for us and that we can celebrate his resurrection. We ask that you please remember our children and the Children’s Home in your prayers.
It is important that our children realize the true meaning of this season, but at the same time we believe that they should also partake in the fun thereof.
As winter is slowly approaching, we welcome donations of:
16 October 2020
It has been estimated that almost 800 million people in the world do not have enough food to eat. This is quite a staggering figure. Celebrating sustainable solutions to hunger and poverty is the aim of this day.
The average person spends roughly R306+ on their daily meals.
25 November 2020 – 10 December 2020
16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls.
To focus on the gift of giving by mimicking the example showcased in the Word where gifts were brought to baby Jesus.
We want to make our children feel special by receiving a gift, but to also be aware of the deeper meaning of Christmas.
Stationary is a huge expenditure as our children are currently attending 39 different schools.
Supporting these campaigns will contribute to positively influence the behaviour of our children and to assist us to expand our skills development.
This is an ideal opportunity for corporates to do this as their CSI project.
Corporates can accumulate value BBEEE points and an 18A certificate.