Port Shepstone Child welfare spreads Easter love

2016-03-24 06:00
PHOTO: precious gumede Child welfare representative sings while the children beat drums to the rhythm.

PHOTO: precious gumede Child welfare representative sings while the children beat drums to the rhythm.

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PORT Shepstone Child Welfare treated children to Easter eggs, toys and games over the weekend.

The children were taken to Oslo Beach Park where they participated in many activities.

Sagree Naicker of child welfare said the aim of the day was to show those less fortunate lots of love.

“The children we work with come from different backgrounds - some of them do not have parents, others come from less fortunate families who can’t afford Easter eggs and treats.

“As child welfare we thought it would be a good idea to show them the love they do not get by spending the day with them at the park,” said Naicker­.

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