Truck of Love

It's a wrap on CapeTalk's Truck of Love... Here are the great moments you missed

The CapeTalk Truck of Love has come to a close for 2015. A big thanks to Woolworths and MySchoolSA for helping us spread the love and make a difference.

Here are some highlights from this year's precious experience.

Monday:

Koketso Sachane kicked off the ride at The Jones Safe House, home to at-risk children from disadvantaged communities in Ocean View and Fish Hoek.

Tuesday:

Truck of Love and Pippa Hudson drove out to Erica Special Care Centre in Rocklands, a home that cares for children with Cerebral palsy, visual, auditory or physical disabilities, epilepsy and behavioural problems.

Wednesday:

Kieno Kammies took the Truck of Love to stop over at Christine Revell Children’s Home, where neglected, abandoned, abused, orphaned and are accepted for care.

Thursday:

Africa Melane and the Truck of Love spread happiness at Iris House, for Special Needs children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.

Friday:

Africa Melane ended off the annual Truck of Love initiative at the Al Noor Orphanage Centre, which houses over 100 vulnerable orphans (aged 4-18) from across Cape Town.


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