Author Archives: Lee Pinn

Rosy futures | Little Rose

Future-focused on developing children in Kliptown, Little Rose Centre is providing a place of shelter to empower, educate and feed young minds. For 18 of the 140 children attending the centre every day, Little Rose is home. For the others, it’s a home away from home — where day care services, kindergarten and after school […]

Ocean warriors | Deep

Reconnecting children with nature, DEEP works with dedicated young learners from disadvantaged backgrounds to become conservation champions for life. “I would like to join your group because it is inspiring and educating us about how to look after the animals of the sea. I think joining your group will make me see the world in […]

Every baby’s hope | Baby Hope House

Every baby is precious to the team at Baby Hope House — seeing to it that every little person gets the love and care they need before they’re placed in their forever homes. At Baby Hope House, the people there believe it takes a village to raise a child. Caring for 103 babies over the […]

Applause for PAWS | PAWS

Aiming to keep up with growing pet welfare demand across a wide area, PAWS is thrilled to announce plans for a new primary health care pet clinic. For the animals that live in 11 communities across a 100km area in Plett, a new primary health care clinic is just the boost that’s needed. After recovering […]

Footprints in the Fynbos | Cape Leopard trust

Cape Leopard Trust is bringing stories of leopards alive for young learners in Vredendal — and giving them their very own storybook to treasure. A creative approach is what’s needed when it comes to ensuring the continued survival of leopards in the wild. That’s why The Cape Leopard Trust Environmental Education team released its new […]

Angels everywhere | Hoedspruit Animal Outreach

For dogs and pets in rural areas like Hoedspruit, HALO’s angels are helping keep them happy and healthy — where vet care is often out of reach for most. All dogs deserve the best when it comes to their physical and emotional wellbeing.  Sadly, many rural dogs in disadvantaged communities are overlooked — as veterinary […]

MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Swipe Competition: Terms and Conditions (the “Rules”)

MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Swipe Competition: Terms and Conditions (the “Rules”) Swipe your card and stand a chance to win a cash prize The Promoter: This MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Swipe Competition (the “Competition”) is operated by Virtual Market Place (Pty) Ltd (Reg No: 1997/016316/07) (“MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet” or “us” or “we”). Who may enter: The Competition […]

Wins for Water | Woolies Water Fund

At this moment, two billion people live without access to safe water. That’s why this World Water Day we’re shining a light on top water projects that you can support. For almost three decades, World Water Day has been celebrated worldwide to build awareness of water security for all. Woolies Water Fund — set up […]

Save and empower | SAVE Foundation

While training and supporting communities across Africa, SAVE Foundation is helping conserve our precious wildlife. With its broad goals to empower various communities and promote wildlife conservation efforts, SAVE Foundation supports over 30 exciting projects across Africa. Founded in 2006, the non-profit Cape Town-based organisation connects these projects with a wide range of supporters who […]

Iris House Children’s Hospice | Making every day count

Offering high quality respite care and support to children with special needs and life-limiting conditions, Iris House Children’s Hospice is a safe sanctuary for families. For families with children affected by life-threatening conditions, Iris House Children’s Hospice is a sanctuary — providing care and support during very difficult times. Iris House was formed in June […]