Sharing the love this Spring

2018-09-18 06:01
Sam Daykin from Rodel, who sponsored the Spring Tea Party for the children.

Sam Daykin from Rodel, who sponsored the Spring Tea Party for the children.

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OCTOBER 2018 will be a year since the Robin Hood Foundation (RHF), with the incredible community support for their Buy-a-Brick 2017 campaign, completed and opened Siyanda Creche in Ntshongweni.

Prompted by the fresh new season of Spring, and a message from Rodel saying “We’d love to revisit and welcome Spring with the children”, a wonderful team of volunteers joined RHF in hosting a little Spring Party at Siyanda Creche for the 49 children and staff, arriving armed with two month’s supply of porridge (generously donated by Futurelife Foundation), cupcakes to decorate, treats, stationery, seedlings, compost and a whole lot of love to share.

Robin Hood Foundation co-ordinator Kim Griffith Jones said it was a beautiful way to welcome the new season.

“These children, and the facilities, are just thriving under the guidance and supervision of creche owner Queen Khuzwayo and her team,” she said.

“Another one of these cases where you can just see how love matters and how, as a community, when we stand together we can make such an impact in the lives of others,’ said Jones.

In conclusion, she said they are so grateful to Rodel for their continued support with their various campaigns, thanking them and their clients that joined them for all the goodies they brought for the children and the creche and all the love they shared with the children.

If you’d like to get involved or support RHF you can send an e-mail to Jones at


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