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Building Blocks For A Better Future

Our Stories Of Hope

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Thank You!

It’s time to say a huge, heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who took part in our joyous journey of hope, who with contributions, prayers, support and caring helped to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. The lucky winners of the two blankets are Ina Atkinson of the Free State (the Ellinor blanket) and Ida Mac Donnell of Gauteng (the Lise blanket).  But… watch this space… we’ll be back soon with more stories of hope, and another chance to build a better future, one block at a time.

Blocks Of Hope Project

Engo Family Care is a non-profit organization in the Free State province of South-Africa. It has a proud history of 60 years of making a difference in the poverty-ridden community of Senekal. Their projects include HIV/AIDS programmes, feeding schemes, elderly care and family intervention services. Due to economic hardship and government cutbacks, they are faced with a battle of survival and the well-being of thousands of people is at stake.

They need R300 000 (£16 100, €18 300 or $21 200) just to survive financially.

Stories of Hope

Kalahari, as he prefers to be called, is on a journey through Africa. He says that he is travelling under the auspices of Ethiopia Mission. All his worldly possessions are in the trolley. After initia…
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Taking back our children! Engo Family Care Street Child Project currently has 48 children in their care. They receive hot, balanced meals, clothes, blankets and stationery. There is a 100% successful …
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The homecoming. This mother’s children have been placed in a Youth Care Centre, where they are flourishing. But the very best part of their lives is coming home! Thanks to the efforts of ENGO Family…
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By donating you give hope and warmth to others.

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Credits

We would like to give special thanks to those that have contributed to our cause.

Suzanne Potgieter

Suzanne Potgieter is the creative crafter who hand crocheted the Ellinor and Lise blankets.

She is the owner of 29onTait guesthouse. It is conveniently located close to the University, Loftus, the Union Buildings and large shopping centers and offers old world charm at an affordable price.

Venues and Photography

Dennebosch and Oberammergau provided beautiful settings for our photographic shoots done by Steve Ferreira and Sugarbird (Arleen Wiese).

Thank you to Linda Cilliers, Celia van den Heever and Van Reenen Steyn who also provide backdrops for some of the photo’s

eWebHostings

eWebHostings is the multimedia company responsible for managing and hosting our online project.

Linda Brink

Linda Brink’s creative writing gives a good touch to all the text.

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