So its that time of the month again when we try to help out a place very close to my heart.

For those of you that don’t know  about the HOME OF HOPE let me tell you a little story.

A wonderful friend Misha Dhupelia would drive to work each day and met a beautiful young street child named Thabile. She would feed Thabile and Clothe Thabile but she wanted to do more for this wonderful young girl. So she went out looking for a shelter.

Misha found HOME OF HOPE who were amazing. They had taken Thabile in without a blink. They had found Thabile a school and looked after her like she is one of their own

Sadly this story doesn’t have the happiest of ending as we have just found out that last week Thabile had run away from HOME OF HOPE and has decided instead to live on the street.

For us this is even more motivation to continue to support and help the amazing people at HOME OF HOPE. Maybe we couldn’t be there for Thabile this time, but for the hundreds of girls that have gone through the doors of HOME OF HOPE and have made a success of their lives, and the hundreds that will still be given a chance we will continue to try and support this amazing organization.

So every now and again, hopefully about once a month I’m going to do an appeal here on the blog and going to ask you to help if you can.

I will be at the McDonalds on the corner of Grayston and Rivonia at 10am on Saturday 9th March to collect all the goodies you can help with.

Cnr Grayston and Rivonia

List OF THINGS The Home of Hope NEEDS this month:
1 Mealie Meal
2. Rice
3. Sugar
4. Girls Underwear – small , medium and large
5. School socks Grey and White
6. Cosmetics and Toiletries (Cruelty free please)

Every little bit really really helps. So even if its a small bag of rice PLEASE PLEASE Help.

Please leave a comment and just let me know if you are coming through with some items so I know if I should be at The Mcdees with  one or two cars.

Thanks so much, please share the APPEAL :-)

No one could make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.~ Edmund Burke