Results are out…nearly there!

Giving is more joyous than receiving, not because it is a deprivation, but because in the act of giving lies the joy of truly knowing, that we can make a difference in this difficult world.

The internet makes giving easy, with one click of a button, children have nappies and we at St Josephs are empowered to assist with the healing process of ill and vulnerable children. In the past few weeks we have experienced the kindness and generosity of friends, staff and organisations who have chosen to act on their power to transform the lives of many children with life limiting and life threatening illnesses.

By giving, friends of St Josephs, have turned seemingly hopeless situations into stories of hope.

We are over half way to achieving our Happy Nappy Drive goals.

We strive over the next two months, to reach our goal of R200 000 by close of September 2019.

But we need that extra push of support.We are looking for volunteers to host their own Nappy Drive on our behalf. If you are part of a book club, school club or company you can inspire your friends or colleagues to get together or individually donate online and help us collect the shortfall of R66 439.

Share our drive from our Facebook page and read inspiring Happy Nappy Stories of children who have arrived at St Josephs in critical conditions and how they now live loving and fruitful lives.

What’s easy to do is also easy not to do.

So take action and go to www.stjosephshome.org.za and donate now if you haven’t yet had the chance.
Your support is what keeps us giving.

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS THUS FAR!
Current Donors – until July 2019

2 Military Hospital
A J MacFarlane
Advest Capital Managers
AFA (Accounting & Finance Advisory)
ATM Solutions
B Greeves
Basil Sass, E D Sauzier
Cape Cycle Systems
Cape Point
Carrie Shepherd
Christine Price
Chuks Mbegbu
Clicks Store in Edgemead
Diane Stephen
Enrico Andrews
F B Green
Finserv
G A Ziervogel
J D Christian
Jean Hughes and Walking Group
Jennifer Bunsee
Lisa M Morris
Litha Mtiki
M H Sauzier
M H W Wimble
Maranda Bekker
Martie van Dyk
Mediclinic Louis Leipoldt
Melissa Duffy
Michele Sellmeijer
Mrs Erna Meyer
Mrs G J Brown
Mrs I Sacks
Mrs M Tucker
Mrs Shireen Dollie
NGK Ceramics
Noemi Rentz and Family
Pasco
Patti Cleveland
Pepijn Ruijters & Dominique Garrigues
Peter Crumplin Trust
Power Transformers
R A Foster
S M Beattie
S A Hartmann
Sandra Galvez and Neena
SAPS ORS Border Policing at Cpt International Airport
Sinclair Broadhurst
Sourcing Solutions SA
St Joseph’s Staff
T C Hadebe
U G Kuschke
UCT – Centre for Innovation
Ursula Athiros