The editorial and advertising teams of People’s Post played their part in honouring Madiba’s legacy on Saturday 16 July when they spent their 67 minutes for Mandela at Patricia’s Home of Hope in Vrygrond. The team made the day special for each of the 13 foster children with a “shoebox” filled with tasty treats, toiletries, a blanket and a toy as well as a some sweet treats for the women who take care of them. Cash and grocery donations were also handed over to the home. People's Post and Eniwe Children's Fund thanks the following suppliers for their contributions to this project: Vangate Mall, LOck Sole, MacDonalds, Specs for Africa Optometrists and Play Sport 4 Life.Visit the People’s Post Facebook page for more photos.Some of the younger children at the home in Vrygrond did not want to be disturbed by pesky photographers as they tucked into their burger and chips.This little guy takes some time from all the activities to enjoy his burger and chips.This youngster wasted no time to enjoy his burger when People’s Post visited Patricia’s Home of Hope to celebrate Madiba’s legacy of caring. People’s Post account managers Sylvana Hendricks and Zulfah Newman enjoyed their session of sharing in Vrygrond. People’s Post editor Cecilia Hume was very popular with the children when she handed out the soccer and rugby balls donated by the Play Sport4Life organisation. The children wasted no time in getting an impromptu soccer game going with Moegamad Londt from classifieds (left) and accounts manager Shafiek Braaf. This boy showed off his basketball skills when People’s Post visited Vrygrond on Saturday. People’s Post reporter Nicole McCain enjoyed meeting these three young gentlemen. Shafiek Braaf and Moegamad Londt have some fun with this group of kiddies at Patricia’s Home of Hope. Sylvana Hendricks, assisted by reporter Chevon Booysen, was very popular with the children when she started dishing out the cupcakes. People’s Post staff with the children of Patricia’s Home of Hope, celebrating Madiba’s legacy with a session of sharing.