Intasure & Nazareth House
Today was a day to be very proud of being Intasure.
It has also been a day to reflect on just how lucky we are.
Nazareth House Cape Town currently has 35 distressed children and orphans in their care.
These children each have one set of summer pyjamas and staff are struggling to keep these children warm, dry and clean in what has been the coldest and wettest winter in Cape Town for many years.
Shirley became aware of this desperate situation yesterday morning and started the ball rolling with Ishmail immediately springing into action at her side.
At Intasure we can really get things done when we want to and, this morning, Shirley, Ishmail, Debbie, Belinda and I were privileged and humbled to be able to deliver some comfort to these children.
Intasure provided each child with a warm set of winter pyjamas purchased specifically for each of them in the correct sizes and Ishmail , our superstar charity man , had (by this morning) sourced and provided not only gloves, scarves and beanies for each child but also a set of face clothes wrapped around a soap, a toothbrush and a tube of toothpaste.
Intasure knits 130 Scarves for the Douglas Murray Home.
School Twinning Program
Dear Lynn and team, my humblest apologies for the delay in feedback. We’ve had a busy few weeks since the start of the 2nd term and the time has just flown bye…
Barnett is enjoying his time at Steenberg PS. His energy is infectious and while it’s a very different working environment to what he experienced at Sweet Valley he is implementing what he learned during the first term. The children have responded very well to the programme and his passion for Physical Education. He takes an avid interest in each learner and knows almost all the learners by name. The principal is hugely appreciative of the roll he’s playing in the school and the value that structured Phys Ed is adding to both the learners and educators.
Many thank you for the continued support that has made this possible.
The Sporting Chance team