Halli Trust Assists With Building A Church In Zola

Gloria Hungana, our Halli Trust Community Representative and Leader of the United Methodist Church of Southern Africa, approached Martin to see if he can assist them to finish their Church building. Therafter Martin was able to get sponsors on board to start the construction process. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tbtJwASxOEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmGSzBQP94Q

Proud2BMe Parenting Training

In collaboraton with Proud2BMe Non-Profit Organisation, we had a parenting program in Asanda Village, Strand with 16 participants who attended the five day program. A big thank you to Nosisa from Proud2BMe for being a brilliant trainer.

Barbara Buggely

Aunty Barbara Buggely is a dear friend to Halli Trust. She makes quilts and knits blankets on a regular basis for Halli Trust. Halli Trust can then give these beautiful creations as prizes during raffles at participating schools. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=53&v=AX23MWFUgJ0

Curro Sitari Primary School

During the week of Valentine’s day in February, 2018, the Curro Sitari Primary School had a care-week, whereby the children of Curro Sitari Primary School graciously donated dog food and other doggy care-supplies (i.e. blankets etc.) to Halli Trust, whereby Rene, our animal representative can feed and treat dogs in need.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqq-8EY09R8

Valentine’s Day 2018

On Valentine’s Day, Halli Trust would like to say thank you for all your love and support. Please remember to subscribe to our blog and YouTube Channel and also follow us on social media. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=45&v=sJI5_MHJ2F0

Cupcakes Made By Vergezicht Private School

On the 14th of February 2018, the children of Vergezicht Private School made individual decorated cupcakes, using their own creative flair. Each child donated one of their decorated cupcakes to Halli Trust, which was then in turn donated to Tereo School, resulting in approximately over 100 cupcakes. In return, the children from Tereo School were […]