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

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.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Team Building

On Tuesday, July 10, the entire I Care staff, volunteers and boys from our various projects: the I Care homes, the rehabilitation centre and the street children from the Hope Centre united for a get-together at Essenwood Park on the Berea in Durban. It proved to be a real fun day for everyone. The boys and staff were brought together for team-building, to catch up with each other's news and to encourage the importance of working together as a team for I Care.
There was a potato and spoon race (eggs proving too expensive), a balloon-popping competition, water obstacle course and other fun games, includng a football match - all enjoyed by boys and staff alike.
Boerwors rolls, expertly cooked by Cedric and Darryn and accompanied with cool drinks were very welcome after all the excitement.
Thanks to our two volunteers - Bertine from Be More and Lara, a UKZN social work student, ably assisted by I Care's Aimee - for organizing the entertainment and the games.
Tuesday the 10th was a day of sunshine and fun shared by an enthusiastic I Care team and bears repeating in future school holidays.

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