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The entries for the Blesbuck Hunting Package is now closed. Thank you for your donations! The winners will be notified on 29 August 2018.

Building Blocks For A Better Future

Our Stories Of Hope

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The entries for the Blesbuck Hunting Package is now closed. Thank you for your donations! The winners will be notified on 29 August 2018.

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 for survival and the well-being of thousands of people is at stake.

In 2018 they need R150 000 just to survive financially.

Stories of Hope

Bright reflections

The twin brothers form a part of the 310 foster children falling under the Engo Foster Care Project. Their parents were unable to care for them, and they were placed in the foster care of their patern…
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Finding your true identity

When the birth of a child is not registered, that person cannot receive an Identity document.Engo is helping this lady to obtain an identification document so the she can apply for a Child Support Gra…
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U-turn on the streets

This boy’s father is deceased and his mother has no steady income. After joining the street child project, he has been reunited with his family and has become a motivated and successful learner at s…
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Credits

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

Linda Brink

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

eWebHostings

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

Creative Team

Photographic shoots were done by Steve Ferreira.

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