Caravan park children treated to party

“The children received snacks and gifts at the Christmas party,” said Martin Prinsloo, a church member. “A company in Pinetown provides the children’s gifts every year.”

He said they also take this opportunity to tell the children about the true reason for celebrating Christmas. Helping Hand follows a policy of upliftment through education in order to combat poverty. The organisation also realises the alleviation of poverty, especially among children during the festive season, plays an important role in combating spiritual poverty.

Anyone interested in getting involved with the Durban North branch or wishes to support its projects, can contact Zelda Rheeder on 084-773-5632.

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Earl Baillache
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