#Kinderhuis news

2017-09-13 06:02
Alisa Fitze, who is from Germany, told the ‘Greytown Gazette’: ‘At the moment I am staying in the children's home in Greytown where I do voluntary work. I help the house mothers to prepare the children to get ready for school, play with them and do homework with them. We have lots of fun and the children are amazing. I really enjoy my time here - come along and volunteer too.’ For more information, contact Rose Buthelezi on 033 413 2133.

Alisa Fitze, who is from Germany, told the ‘Greytown Gazette’: ‘At the moment I am staying in the children's home in Greytown where I do voluntary work. I help the house mothers to prepare the children to get ready for school, play with them and do homework with them. We have lots of fun and the children are amazing. I really enjoy my time here - come along and volunteer too.’ For more information, contact Rose Buthelezi on 033 413 2133.

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FRIDAY was such an emotional day as the staff of Greytown Kinderhuis said goodbye to two very special people - Katharina Klindtworth and Hlengekile Xulu. Katharina was a volunteer from Germany and worked for a year in House Othandweni.

Hlengekile, a qualified social auxiliary worker, started with us as a volunteer in May 2015, but was soon employed as a receptionist, and then promoted to the post of administrative officer.

She did her work with so much dedication and friendliness.

Katharina took responsibility for the regular updates of the Facebook page of the Greytown Child and Youth Care Centre and in her time she doubled the positive responses to this page.

She assisted children with extra maths and English lessons in her free time on Saturdays, as well as helping to renovate the library and the toy room.

Katharina regularly helped with a feeding scheme in Greytown where she prepared food for unemployed people. Everywhere her compassion towards others was evident.

Both of these ladies made a huge difference and we will miss them so much.

Thanks for the time you spent with us and may God be with you in your new adventures.

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