#WarmWinter Project


The children at Abraham Kriel Children’s Home Nylstroom need your help during the Covid 19 pandemic:

Sponsor a child this winter!

Winter has arrived and the children at Abraham Kriel Children’s Nylstroom need warm winter clothes and bedding. To stay healthy they need enough fruit and vegetables, as well as medication. Furthermore, their immune systems need to be strong and healthy enough to withstand all viruses and bacteria, especially during the three month winter season and Covid 19 pandemic.

#WarmWinter Project

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The extended national Covid 19 restrictions negatively impacted the finances of the Abraham Kriel Children’s Home Nylstroom.

The Minister of Basic Education announced on May, 19th that schools will reopen on June, 1st 2020. For this reason it is crucial to get our children ready, warm and strong enough to withstand health risks during winter.

The Abraham Kriel Children’s Home Nylstroom is a non-profit organisation responsible for the care of 170 children who have been removed from parental care due to neglect and/or abuse and placed legally in the children’s home. The home receives a state subsidy which covers only 50% of the budget.

We provide for their basic physical needs of food, beds and clothing during the cold winter. Furthermore, we take care of their mental and spiritual needs in order to ensure general well-being during the pandemic.

An amount of R2000 is needed to provide for each child. This covers warm clothes, one pair of warm shoes, one blanket and immune boosters for three months.

We need members of the public to become involved as sponsors. Even the smallest monthly contribution will go a long way to care for these children.

People who care and take an interest in the children at Abraham Kriel Children’s Home Nylstroom, dramatically increase their well-being and our ability to provide for their needs.

Become someone for a child who has no one.