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Sunday, 24 April 2016 18:57
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A teenager from Kungwini Welfare Organisation’s children’s home received a brand new wheelchair, thanks to the Bread Tags for Wheelchairs initiative. The chair was handed over on 14 March at Curro Hazeldean Primary School.


Curro Hazeldean Primary School

Curro Hazeldean encouraged the school children to collect plastic bread tags. The Bread Tags for Wheelchairs initiative needs 200 kg of bread tags to raise enough funds to buy a wheelchair. This works out to roughly 200 bread bags full of tags, which were packed into 10 black rubbish bags.


A brand new wheelchair for a teenager from Kungwini Welfare Organisation’s children’s home

The Zwavelpoort-based Kungwini Child and Youth Care Centre provides a safe nurturing environment for teenagers with special needs. The teens in the home are coping with either psychiatric difficulties or development delays. 

 

 

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