Money streams in for the kids

Stefaans Coetzee (left), Esme Pretorius (Nu Skin distributor), Dikeledi Tlou (Kids Haven fund-raising), Dina Engelbrecht (Nu Skin distributor) and Anita Ilunga (Nu Skin distributor).

This was in support of their Force for Good Foundation, with the mission to improve the lives of children by offering hope for a life free from disease, illiteracy and poverty.

On the day, children from the home showcased their talents, from singing and dancing to poetry.

Celebrity judges David Konrad and Kim Cloete were in attendance.

Tsietsi Morobi, who once lived at Kids Haven, shared his story with the attendees.

He told how Kids Haven opened a lot of doors for him.

After leaving the home in 2007, he got the opportunity to be a head coach for the Chilean u-15 national cricket team.

He said the home is dear to his heart and he will always be grateful for the lessons he learnt while a resident at Kids Haven.

He is now completing his honours degree in drama at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Motivational speaker and author, Alex “Exceptional One” Granger facilitated an art auction, where attendees bid against each other for original Nu Skin art pieces created by the children.

Nu Skin raised a total of R73 050 through the auction on the day for Kids Haven.

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