Children's Rights

1. The Right to be Warm
–   Pyjamas Please Project

2. The Right to Food
–   School Feeding Scheme
–   Food Parcels

3. The Right to be Educated
–   Stationery Drive

4. The Right to be Safe
–   Holiday Care

5. The Right to be Unharmed
–   Families in Crisis
–   Sexual Offenders Registry
–   Child Abuse Awareness Programme
–   Child Abuse Training
–   Child Abuse Enquiries

Christmas boxes

Every child deserves to feel special at Christmas.

Just Us 4 Children have planned to join Greyville Place of Restoration with their Christmas Box Project. A shoe box may not change the world BUT to many children it will make the world of difference. This project gives the more privileged the opportunity to fill an ordinary shoe box with supplies for the less privileged children. The gifts are given to children regardless of their nationality or religious beliefs. They are given just because it’s Christmas.

How to pack your shoe box gift

  1. Find an empty, medium-sized shoe box.
  2. Cover the box in Christmas paper, making sure you wrap the lid of the box separately.
  3. The contents will be for a young boy or girl. Unisex please.
  4. Please fill the shoe box with any of the items below.
  5. Please do not wrap the items individually.

Children (12 years and under)

1 x Lunch box
1 x Juice bottle
1 x Pencil case
1 x Sharpener
1 x Eraser
1 x Ruler
1 x Box of wax crayons
1 x Packet of kokis
1 x Colouring book
1 x Small soft toy
1 x Small puzzle or gift
1 x Packet of crisps
1 x Packet of sweets
1 x Face cloth
1 x Toothbrush
1 x Toothpaste
1 x Bar of soap
A greeting card or letter especially from you.

Teenagers (13 – 18 years)

1 x Lunch box
1 x Juice bottle
1 x Pencil case
1 x Sharpener
1 x Eraser
1 x Ruler
1 x Small unisex gift
1 x Unisex deodorant
1 x Packet of crisps
1 x Packet of sweets
1 x Face wash
1 x Face cloth
1 x Toothbrush
1 x Toothpaste
1 x Bar of soap
A greeting card or letter especially from you.

We hope you have fun and enjoy making up your Christmas Box as much as the child will when he / she receives it! May God bless you for your generosity and willingness to help others.

For more information on what to do with your completed Christmas Boxes, please call Karen van den Bergh: 082 891 1722.

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We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear.” Nelson Mandela, Former President of South Africa

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