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ALL CHILDREN MATTER and all children should have someone telling them that they can be anything they put their minds to.
Little Brinks started when Danny and Kath were asked to come to Elsies River and have their foster daughter meet her biological mother for the first time. While waiting for the social they saw grannies, babies and children waiting for social workers to give them food and clothing parcels as they had taken in more kids through the week and didn’t have anything for them.
Right there Kath looked at Danny and said: “We need to do something!”
That year they held the first of many Christmas parties and the following year started taking in kids in emergency situations for the night so social workers could find them a safe long-term home. They opened a soup kitchen at Buren High school in Brooklyn and also started a matric dance room where girls can borrow a dress and shoes making it possible for her to look like a princess, for free.
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Since starting the soup kitchen, they have also started feeding programs at creches in Du Noon and in Hout Bay, where they found many kids that were going to bed hungry because their parents, while good people, just cannot find work.
Our vision is to ensure that each and every child and baby, has a place of safety, food and clothing.
We have seen far too many cases of abuse – some of which will continue to live with us forever
That said, we are now absolutely dedicated to making a difference in the lives of these little people – helping those who cannot be heard or speak for themselves.
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What We Do
What We Do and How You Can Get Involved
- Safe house establishment & operation
- Community projects
- Educational programs
- Skills Development programs
- Family support
- Feeding schemes
- Soup kitchens & school feeding schemes
- Clothing items & Food collection and drop off
- Homeless assistance
- Sport programs
- Job creation and skills training
- School programs
Understand The Process
We work through social workers in the specific areas that are in need of help and we do this so that it helps the family with getting grants and getting their children into schools as well as helping register children and getting birth certificates which many do not have.
We then meet families and see what they need and how we can help.
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EVERY HELPING HAND COUNTS AND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET INVOLVED PLEASE CONTACT US