Paarl mothers getting clothes from Merry Pop Ins.
A little help at Red Cross Greyton
A warm baby…. blankets from Merry Pop Ins
Giving goes a long way
A family who lost everything when there house burnt down in Langa were helped by Merry Pop Ins.
Helping out a Creche in Guguletu
Two sets of twins that we have just donated, prams, baths and clothing to.
A THANK YOU TO YOU ALL: Hi Cathi Firstly, Susan is so very grateful for what you gave her, she has nothing besides that. Baby hasn’t come yet. Leisl, Derek and Seth’s mommy, was so pleased with the clothing, bath and bath seat, but she cried about the pram. She couldn’t believe that a stranger. Could be so generous. I am attatching pics of them. Thomas and Tamryn’s parents were also very pleased with the clothing and have promised a photo or two, but nothing as yet. It makes me so happy to be able to help other people, but I’m not in a position to buy anything for them. With generous help of people like you, and the people who give to you too, it makes it possible for me to help too. Thank you so, so much for your generosity, and please pass thanks to our donors too. May God bless you all Lori McCrae
Helping the fire victims from Valhala Park.
Groceries sponsored by Engen petrol station Mill Street, these went to 3 of the Home from Home foster homes….Thank you Mr Rothman
Paying it forward…… a huge collection for Help the Rural Child
Passing it forward for our 67 minutes
2 hours and 67 minutes
Free clothes and cupcakes
A little bit of warm clothing
Mandela day at Merry Pop Ins
Little Bianca , who was born into very difficult circumstances. Thank you for your donations. A big thank you to Alex and family, this is who your pram went to.
Spreading the warmth….Winter 2015
Blankets and clothing drop off The Kraal
Passing it forward
Baby Bundles made its first delivery to Khayalitsha Site C Clinic and Michael M Day Hospital yesterday – 30 parcels of baby essentials for mums in need. I just wanted to say thank you a hundred times over for the bag of goods you and your clients donated – you can be sure they will be hugely appreciated. The mum we handed the first parcel to became deaf in December and had a 6 week prem baby she was carrying Kangaroo style. She thought she was just posing for a pic, and was overwhelmed when we said she could keep the parcel. Wishing you all the good stuff.