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Nelson Mandela Day clothes for vulnerable babies

06 August 2018
: Kouga Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks (second right) handed over donated baby clothes to the Healthy Mom and Baby Clinic in Jeffreys Bay on Friday. The clothes were collected in a Nelson Mandela Day campaign, run jointly by Kouga Municipality and the Fountains Mall, calling on people to donate baby clothes towards vulnerable children. With him are (from left) Fountains Mall General Manager Sonja Allsop, the clinic’s Operational Manager Lynette van Onselen and Baby Shop owner Thulisile Mtolo.  The clinic mainly serves poorer communities in Jeffreys Bay and surrounds. It depends entirely on donations and sponsorships for its operations.

: Kouga Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks (second right) handed over donated baby clothes to the Healthy Mom and Baby Clinic in Jeffreys Bay on Friday. The clothes were collected in a Nelson Mandela Day campaign, run jointly by Kouga Municipality and the Fountains Mall, calling on people to donate baby clothes towards vulnerable children. With him are (from left) Fountains Mall General Manager Sonja Allsop, the clinic’s Operational Manager Lynette van Onselen and Baby Shop owner Thulisile Mtolo. The clinic mainly serves poorer communities in Jeffreys Bay and surrounds. It depends entirely on donations and sponsorships for its operations.

 Kouga Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks (centre) handed over donated baby clothes to the Healthy Mom and Baby Clinic in Jeffreys Bay on Friday. The clothes were collected in a Nelson Mandela Day Campaign, run jointly by the Kouga Municipality and the Fountains Mall, calling on people to donate baby clothes towards vulnerable children. With him are (from left) Fountains Mall General Manager Sonja Allsop, Fountains’ Sales Manager Janaleen Heunis, the clinic’s Operational Manager Lynette van Onselen and Baby Shop owner Thulisile Mtolo.  The clinic mainly serves poorer communities in Jeffreys Bay and surrounds. It depends entirely on donations and sponsorships for its operations.

Kouga Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks (centre) handed over donated baby clothes to the Healthy Mom and Baby Clinic in Jeffreys Bay on Friday. The clothes were collected in a Nelson Mandela Day Campaign, run jointly by the Kouga Municipality and the Fountains Mall, calling on people to donate baby clothes towards vulnerable children. With him are (from left) Fountains Mall General Manager Sonja Allsop, Fountains’ Sales Manager Janaleen Heunis, the clinic’s Operational Manager Lynette van Onselen and Baby Shop owner Thulisile Mtolo. The clinic mainly serves poorer communities in Jeffreys Bay and surrounds. It depends entirely on donations and sponsorships for its operations.