Embracing the values of Respect, Sanctity of Life and Love & Care, LITTLE EDEN is a registered non-profit organisation [001-827 NPO and PBO No.930/0000/03] providing life-long care to children and adults with profound intellectual disability, in two custom designed facilities geared to helping them reach their full potential.
NEWSCLIP MEDIA MONITORING SUPPORTS LITTLE EDEN
LITTLE EDEN wishes to acknowledge Newsclip Media Monitoring for their generous support of the Society since 2003, by providing our organisation with pro-bono services. The services that are being rendered to us on a regular basis continue to be of exceptional value to LITTLE EDEN as it enables us to continuously monitor the effectiveness of our marketing and public relations campaigns throughout the year.
LITTLE EDEN wishes to thank the National Lotteries Commission for the continued support we have received over the years. This has made a visible difference to the service we provide and has added value to the lives of our special children with intellectual disabilities.
The continued generosity of special donors like the NLC will ensure that our precious residents will continue to live the life they truly deserve, despite the threatening funding landscape that we currently face.
Now that spring is here, it's time to rid your home of winter cobwebs and clutter!
But please don't throw those unwanted items away.
LITTLE EDEN would be so grateful to receive them – particularly clothing, shoes and linen in good condition.
Items which cannot be used directly by our residents or in our homes are sold through our second-hand shop, and proceeds go towards the cost of caring for our family of 300 children and adults with profound intellectual disability. Most of our residents have been abandoned, or come from indigent families who are unable to pay for their care. Income from the second-hand shop plays an important role in providing the funds we need.
Right now the shop is running low on clothing, jewellery, kitchen equipment, books, sportsware, bric-a-brac and more. Items can be dropped off at our Domitilla and Danny Hyams Home (cnr Wagenaar/Harris Avenue, Edenglen) or at the shop (cnr 3rd St/8th Ave, Edenvale). While you're there, spend a bit of time browsing and you could find an unexpected treasure yourself!
And if you just want to celebrate spring – and the promise of new life and new opportunities – why not make a donation towards the care of our special angels? Thank you so much!
For more information on our second-hand shop, please call Nichollette Mutige on 011 609 7246 or click here.
Fresh pecan nuts from our orchard
Delicious pecan nuts hand picked from our orchard are available to purchase from LITTLE EDEN. Available shelled or whole. Click here for a price list.
Remember all proceeds go towards caring for the children and adults with intellectual disabilities in our care.
Let's keep in touch via email
We are currently looking at various ways to try and minimise costs and to save where we can. Please let us have your email address (if you haven't already done so) so that we can email thank you letters and receipts and save on postage costs. Thank you!
Donate R10 per month by phone
Please sms EDEN to 31239 @ 50c to opt-in for your MONTHLY contribution of R10. Should you wish to opt-out sms Stop EDEN to 31239 @ 50c.
ATTENTION MONTHLY DONORS
After many requests from our monthly donors, we have decided to save on postage by sending thank you letters with receipts only twice a year, together with your In Touch Newsletter, in January and May.
Should you wish to receive your receipts more regularly, kindly inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 011 609 7246 and ask to speak to Nichollette Muthige.
Important notice to volunteers
Please contact Nichollette Muthige on 011 609 7246 to arrange accumulation of your community service hours at LITTLE EDEN.
Please note: Community service hours may only be accumulated during weekdays, from 08:30 to 12:30. NOT IN THE AFTERNOONS, WEEKENDS OR PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.
Students are advised to arrange to do community service during school holidays.
Final date for new volunteers and community service is 30 November 2016 due to stimulation programme closure. We will open again second week of January 2017.