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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.