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Ride for a purpose 2014
16 November 2014
The Momentum 94.7 Cycle Challenge 2014

Register before 31 March and win!

Other Events

Lunch Box Project between Jo’burg Child Welfare and ASPEN
Ongoing
For only R50 you help to feed a less fortunate child.

IN BRIEF

Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


Vodacom Change the World Programme

The Vodacom Change the World programme is one of the ways in which Vodacom is able to give back to the community in a positive and sustainable manner. The Vodacom Change the World programme annually enables 10 individuals to make a positive difference by donating their skills to a non-profit organisation (NPO) for a period of 12 months at no cost to the volunteer or NPO. Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) is one of the lucky beneficiaries for the 2012/2013 group of volunteers. Rachael Tembo will on 2 May 2012 be joining JCW as a Research and Community Development Co-ordinator. In her role, Rachael will assist JCW’s Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Forum in the work it does with over 55 community-based organisations that focus on child care and protection activities in the areas in which they operate.


For the love of children

Adelaide Cameron from Edenvale loves children and one of the ways in which she shows this love for children is by annually knitting jerseys for children in the care of Jo’burg Child Welfare. This year, Adelaide knitted a phenomenal 144 jerseys both on her knitting machine and by hand. Sincere thanks to 86-year old Adelaide for this wonderful donation.


 

Wish Lists

Disposable Nappies
Pre Nan formula
Pelargon Formula
Stationery
Non-perishable food
Contact:
011 298 8500
inkind@jhbchildwelfare.org.za

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