Operation Restoration- Two ladies Giving much more than 67 Minutes for Community

Operation Restoration- Two ladies Giving much more than 67 Minutes for Community

Traditionally 18th July  is a day  where people dedicate 67  minutes of their time for goodwill, good cause or charity.

Krugersdorp has been blessed with two ladies who not only give their 67 minutes on Mandela day  for good cause. They unconditionally give 24 hours a day in helping their community.

Melodie van Brakel.


Image of this organisation’s website

 Melodie believes in Hand-up, not a Hand-out.  The Cradle of Hope is an independent, social upliftment organisation that strives to assist women and their children who are destitute and in need of psycho-social assistance, child care, comfortable safe housing, nutritious food, trauma debriefing, individual and group counselling and life-skills orientation. We offer self-supporting skills for example needlework classes, jewellery manufacturing and basic computer training.  ”

This quote from their website

“is a Ministry focussing on assisting women and children

in desperate need.
We offer HELP and HOPE regardless of race or religion, offering a
“HAND-UP” and not a “HAND-OUT”
BECAUSE WE CARE!!”

Thank you Melodie van brakel for continuously helping the community and being a light.

Charlotte Du Plessis ( Director Women of Substance

This quote from their website :

 MISSION

WOS offers a platform that EMPOWERS, EDUCATES, UPSKILLS, CONNECTS, NETWORKS and SUPPORTS women.

OUR VISION

To impact the life of every South African woman by empowering her to achieve her personal and financial goals.

OUR VALUES

Gratitude – Integrity – Commitment – Respect – Education – Friendship

Once again these two ladies have collaborated in the form of  Operation Restoration.

Operation Restoration

Woman of substance has pledged to support the cradle of hope by restoring a dilapidated house they bought in Krugersdorp West and turn it into a place of safety for destitute women and their children . The need is far greater than they realise and cases are turned away due to lack of space in their current house.

The official launch of the project started on Mandela Day  18 July 2016.

They cannot due this on their own and appealing to the community , entrepreneurs established business people for  support.

Please contact Charlotte Du Plessis   082 553 0061 or join the Facebook Community support group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1735593266696303/

They will soon have a webpage with more information on the website.

Thank you Melodie and Charlotte,

Stewart Murdoch

 

 

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