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Shelter gets a face lift

Amastreetkid, The I CARE Blog, about "giving street kids a future": Shelter gets a face lift

Amastreetkid, The I CARE Blog, about "giving street kids a future"

Blogging about I Care, a Non-Profit Organization giving street children a future, a chance to become an effective member of society and to remove them from the influences of crime. Our process involves Awareness, Outreach, Rehabilitation, Housing, Education and Skills Development.

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A Non-Profit Organization giving street children a future and a chance to become an effective member of society and to remove them from the influences of crime. Our process involves Awareness, Outreach, Rehabilitation, Housing, Education and Skills Development.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Shelter gets a face lift


Potters Hands Ministries has been supported by I Care for many years. We at I Care try to assist where-ever and whenever we can. With that in mind I Care has arranged for much needed maintenance work to be undertaken on the property at the end of the month with the help of a national social responsibility organisation.

10 volunteer employees from Unilever are taking time out of their work schedules to help Potters Hands with an assigned maintenance project. They will be equipped with scrapers, sandpaper, rollers and a whole lot of paint, all of which has been paid for by the participating organisation.

David Keller, the owner of Potters Hands owner, said that he feels very blessed to have something like this done for them and is his thankful for the generosity.

For more details on other volunteer projects available at Potters Hands Ministries contact Sarah on 031 5726870.

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