Nab gives back

Some of the Nab team packing gifts for the children's party at Lebogang Mpho early learning centre.

In the spirit of the festive season, advertising agency, Nab has put the money they would have spent on clients’ Christmas gifts towards two charities that are desperately in need.

Here’s a little more detail on where the money is going:

  • Mother of Peace North Riding is a small foster home and is run by a group of volunteers who dedicate their lives to looking after 27 amazing children. Pat, Bill, Val and Evah, are based at the home and care for the day to day needs of the children who range from four to 20 years of age. All the children come from extremely disadvantaged backgrounds, some having experienced physical, sexual and psychological abuse.
  • Nab has supported the home for more than two years. This Christmas, each staff member at Nab has also put together a Santa Shoe box for each child. On 25 December every child will have a personalised gift box to open, bringing them much joy and happiness.
  • Lebogang Mpho early learning centre – also known as Hayani – has two properties in Gauteng, one in Alexandra township which looks after 60 children between the ages of two and six, and another in Orange Grove which cares for 25 children.
  • The centre looks after destitute women and HIV/Aids orphans, street children, abandoned children, and those living in dire poverty. They also offer foster care for orphans and vulnerable children, and daily feeding programmes for needy children from poor family backgrounds. Needless to say, they do not just have one project on the go, but many trying to help those in need.
  • This December, the centres are hosting Nab for a Christmas play where Nab will provide the party food and a small gift for each child. These children are so blessed to have somewhere to go every day and that these wonderful women take such good care of them. At Nab, we’re so privileged to be a part of a project dedicated to making them smile.

Details: Mother of Peace, Hleziphi Mary Mudau on [email protected] or 011 640 3299.

Aimee McGill
News Editor

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