The Children Go Biking

-1040108I could not resist adding this set of pics of some of our children. This is one of their FAVOURITE activities. It takes so long for them all to painstakingly push their bikes up to the top of the hill and then one by one they lift their feet and FLY down the hill, eventually coming to a stand-still at the bottom with huge smiles and such elation. The volunteers and staff also enjoy this activity but have been taken out a couple of times at the bottom of the hill by one or two bikers and now either join in or choose their spectator spot more carefully!!!

Developments at iKhaya 3

iKhaya 3 is up and running and 3 of our older children have moved in with the family. They have begun to settle in well and are thoroughly enjoying the sense of family. In addition to this we have completed renovatons to the iKhaya 2 building. The whole home has been retiled and painted. Thank you to those involved with the renovations and have been a great help over this time.

Good News from the Department of Social Development

We have a very eventful month and have just received very good news from our Department of Social Development. They will fund a  full-time social worker at iKhaya LikaBaba. This is INCREDIBLE news for our children and iKhaya as a whole and will enable group and individual therapy as well as offering counselling for family members , training and will get our ECD (Early Childhood Development Centre) up and running. This is a significant landmark in the history of iKhaya and we are trusting to have our new Social Worker on our Team in the new year.

Passing the Baton

The end of November brings with it some exciting news for Khaya Likababa. Wendy Oxley will be handing over the baton to Bronwyn Hunt who will be taking over as the new co-ordinator of Khaya LikaBaba. Wendy has felt it is time to take a step back and to spend with her family.
"It has been the most amazing 3 years and I have no doubt in my mind that Bronwyn, along with the Mancom Board will take iKhaya LikaBaba to new heights. Bronwyn is no stranger to the iKhaya community as she and her husband Neil have served on the Board since 2009 and live on the same property. Bronwyn is a registered nurse and has been involved with iKhaya LikaBaba since its inception. Bronwyn interacts with the children, staff and volunteers a few times a week, and has been incredibly faithful, consistent and involved not only day-to-day life at iKhaya, but also in the envisoning of and planning for iKhaya" 

Needs: July 2018

Every gift meets a need!

It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child and I believe that this is hugely true of us raising the children within a caring and generous community (local and worldwide) who enable this process of raising the kids to be whole, well adjust individuals who will in turn be assets to our community and serve our God, their Father. We have increased our capacity from 20 to 25 children! If you share our excitement and want to come on board to meet some of our needs please contact me directly.

General Needs:

  • Infant Scale
  • Piano
  • Heavy Based Cooking Pots & Pans
  • Long-life Milk
  • Peanut Butter /sandwich fillings
  • Refuse Bags
  • Latex Gloves
  • Toothpaste
  • Bath Soap
  • Nappies Size 3, 4 and 5
  • Wet Wipes
  • Milton
  • Infacare Formula Number 2
  • Rice
  • Maize Meal
  • Samp
  • Sugar Beans
  • Cereal/Porridges

Volunteers or sponsorship for:

  • Preschool Teacher Salary
  • Psychologist Volunteer / Costs
  • Speech Therapy Volunteers / Costs
  • Medical Doctor Volunteers Onsite
  • Music Lessons (Drums, Guitar, Piano)

Our new home:

  • Dining Table and Chairs (8)
  • Heavy Based Pots & Pans
  • 2 Single Base Set Beds

School and Pre School:

  • White Paper
  • Koki Pens
  • Sun cream
  • Lunchbox treats

Greetings,
Loressa Kritzinger
Coordinator
Tel: 035-791 1116
Email: office@ikhayalikababa.co.za