Two Knysna sisters with big hearts
Bayley and Brianna Smuts decided to plan a community outreach project to help children who had lost their toys in the recent Knysna fires. They received generous donations from their friends in other parts of South Africa and made up different packages for the different ages of children.
You can imagine the surprise and excitement when the two sisters, who are Oakhill learners, arrived on 28 September to hand out these precious items to the children at Stepping Stones and Riverwood, especially just before the school holidays. Thank you for blessing the children with these generous gifts. –
The children at Stepping Stones and Riverwood Primary we delighted with their gifts. Front from left: Hugo Vorster, Hunter Hartung, Brianna Smuts, Khazimla Msizi and Leo Vorster. Back: Gene Viljoen, Iviwe Ntloko, Bayley Smuts, Jade Hartung and Jenna-Lee Kapp.
Bayley and Brianna Smuts commandeered friends from all over the country to contribute to their worthy initiative of collecting toys for children who lost theirs in the June fires.
A personal touch from the two sisters who started the initiative.