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’Tis the Season to Be Jolly – ‘Tis the Season for Seniors

’Tis the Season to Be Jolly – ‘Tis the Season for Seniors

Yes, that’s right it is time for African Blessings’ Season for Seniors Campaign.     After we partnered with Uni-Vision last year and collected a whopping 154 gifts for underprivileged elderly people, we thought why not top this in 2017 and thus bring more smiles to the faces of some of the neglected, ignored and

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Season for Seniors Campaign 2016

Season for Seniors

Season for Seniors It’s Christmas time! This is definitely a favourite time of the year for many of us. Christmas carols and decorations as you enter the shops, advertisements on TV and radio, all with a Pa-Rum-Pum-Pum-pum tune to it. Breakaways, holidays, specials gifts and to be surrounded by people that we love is something

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Community Critter Care outreach – My experience

Community Critter Care

I was super excited to get invited to join the Community Critter Care outreach team on their monthly visit to the animals in the local township. I mean who wouldn’t jump at the chance to spend a day outside in the sunshine, helping animals in need? That is definitely my kind of day, one where

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Community Critter Care Outreach

Community Critter Care

The dedicated Community Critter Care outreach team, along with the very enthusiastic mobile veterinary clinic from Onderstepoort, set out into the Rustfontein community. They went to help vaccinate, sterilize, dip and feed the animals in need. It was a very memorable day, as this was the very first “in-field” experience for the mobile clinic. It

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Community Critter Care Township Dog Show 2015

Township Dog Show

On Saturday 3rd October, Community Critter Care hosted a Township dog show in Rethabiseng, section 5. The day was a great success, with over 50 animals and participants taking part in the event. Each participant was given a new leash for their dog, with old and broken leashes taken away to be discarded. A highlight was

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