Support Miracle Kidz Safe House with a monthly Debit Order – Secure Online Powered By SagePay

Great News Everyone! Miracle Kidz Safe House are now able to process secure online Debit Order Collections thanks to SagePay. If you would like to setup a monthly Debit Order ( of an amount of your choice) Please feel free to complete our online Debit Order Collections Form – All…

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Raising Awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders ( FASD)

Among our many duties, the essentials include feeding, clothing, attending to any medical requirements that are needed and introducing the previously hurt and vulnerable little humans to a family structure. Most of the children in our care suffer from Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders ( FASD). In our 10 years of existence as Miracle Kidz Safe House…

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Come Wine With Us – Fundraising Event

The Giving Hand presents a Fundraising Event in aid of Miracle Kidz Safe House: Wine Tasting  Where: Alphen Hall When:  Main Road Constantia When: 1 July 2016 Time: 19:00 to 21:30 If you are a Wine Farmer/Merchant and you would like to sell your wine at this event…Please email us…

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Fund a Meal – Sponsor a Young Life

Last month we kicked off our Fund-a-Meal Debit Order  Project – Thank you to all the Miracle Angels who have already signed up for the R90 a month Debit Order. Your generosity is what keeps us going!  R90 can buy you a Burger Meal  & a Coke, sure – but for…

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MK Volunteer making a difference from Germany!

Maren Iske is an extraordinary young lady. After Volunteering and staying with us here at Miracle Kidz Safe House, she made it her personal Mission to spread the word about the work we do here at MK. Maren recently organized a Fund Raising Event in her Home Town –  in Garching…

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Thanks a Meallion!

Here at Miracle Kidz Safe House we feed 1 child  on average 93 meals a month…excluding snacks in between.That’s 3 meals a day…breakfast,lunch and supper every single day. The government grant we receive as set out in the latest budget by the Finance Minister is R28 ( South African Rand)…

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