Our crafts dept is producing cute teddy bears and colourful rhinos. If anyone wants to support these hard working women, the rhinos are being sold at R100 and teddy bears R200. Please send your details and we will contact you.
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Our children had a wonderful opportunity to go on board the Logos ship, which is currently moored at the Waterfront. It was such a treat and they so enjoyed the outing. (report dated 1 July 2016, by Di Forrester)
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Cape Talk was broadcasting live at our Community Centre on Thursday 30 June 2016. John Maytham interviewed various community leaders, as well as our Community Advice Office Manager, Anthea Thebus. Well done, Anthea, you spoke so well!
Great excitement in the office today as certificates were handed out to our carers who attended the CIMCI (Community Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses) training. Also three carers received their HW SETA certificates for Ancillary Healthcare. And Dept of Health has awarded WUCT a Certificate of Appreciation! Congratulations, everyone. We’re so proud of you all. […]
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Thursday 2 June ’16 Arlene and her child care team, together with the WOW Women of Westlake, held a wonderful event in our hall for child protection week. Candles were lit to remember children’s parents who have died, or children who have been kidnapped or abused. The children were put in teams and played games. […]
WUCT is blossoming! Greenpop planted another ten trees on our campus on Friday 22nd– it was an exciting event. The Emmanuel’s Grade children were involved and the opportunity was used to teach them how important trees are, and how to care for them. Thank you Greenpop– you guys are stars! (Report by Dave Barnes)
Reflections on giving, by the late James McGregor. Link to Given Gain webpage (Click here).
WUCT took part in MSAT South’s World Aids Day event outside the Shoprite Centre in Steenberg on 1 December, together with six other NGO’s and City if Cape Town health directorate. It was very successful with 150 people queuing up to be tested for HIV by Living Hope staff in 4 tents. Three members of […]