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GIVING BACK

TEACHING THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY


At Reddford House teaching our students to give back and help those less fortunate is just as important as teaching them to strive for educational excellence. A great amount of focus is placed on identifying organisations, schools or communities who need assistance in one way or another.

Reddford House Blue Hills aims to raise students’ awareness of the importance of advocating for justice and kindness. Through our various community projects and drives throughout the year the students are given the opportunity to explore ways in which they can play an active role in bringing about a positive change in their school and their broader community.

 

Some of our charitable initiatives for 2016:

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Mandela Day


We collected care packs which consisted of toiletries that were given to the elderly. We also collected various food items and clothes for underprivileged children.

We collected care packs which consisted of toiletries that were given to the elderly. We also collected various food items and clothes for underprivileged children.

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Barefoot Day


Our Reddford House children came to school barefoot and each child donated a pair of shoes. The shoes were given to an NGO called Bless the Hand that Gives. They are based in Alex and distributed the shoes to the needy children within that community.

Our Reddford House children came to school barefoot and each child donated a pair of shoes. The shoes were given to an NGO called Bless the Hand that Gives. They are based in Alex and distributed the shoes to the needy children within that community.

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Santa Shoe Box Drive


Children donated a gift box of toiletries, stationery, toys and clothes, which were donated to Yenzani Children's Home.

Children donated a gift box of toiletries, stationery, toys and clothes, which were donated to Yenzani Children's Home.

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Rhino Day


Children came to school wearing red to bring awareness to rhino poaching. Each child brought R10, which was donated to an organisation that aims to protect rhinos.

Children came to school wearing red to bring awareness to rhino poaching. Each child brought R10, which was donated to an organisation that aims to protect rhinos.

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Animals in Distress Pet Picnic


Each child brought a toy pet to school for a picnic and donated to the Animals in Distress Foundation. We also collected food for the animal shelter.

Each child brought a toy pet to school for a picnic and donated to the Animals in Distress Foundation. We also collected food for the animal shelter.

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