The King James Group host a party for the children of Fikelela Children Centre at Zonnebloem Hall. The kids had a good time engaging with the fairy, eating hotdogs, cupcakes and sweets. A generous donation of R10 000-00 was received for the project. Handover was done by Wahieda Naidoo Payroll Manager to Beverley Hendricks Coordinator of Fikelela.
We had so much fun and laughter and it was majestic. Seeing the beauty of people smiling, hearing the laughter and celebrating World AIDS day at the same time.
We at Fikelela would like you, to please keep us in your prayers today as we celebrate World AIDS Day. We have arranged a picnic for our support group members at Green Point Park. We pray for God’s hand of protection over us, for his guidance and his everlasting love!
On Friday 28th August, the Fikelela AIDS Project and St Georges Cathedral HIV/AIDS Task Team hosted a night of music. Four big bands – Rondebosch Boys Preparatory School Jazz Band, SACS Big Band, SACS Junior Jazz Band and SACS Concert Band – the performance displayed by these young talented musicians is just so remarkable. We would like to wish them the best in their future endeavors. They filled the Cathedral with incredible music. The money that was raised was for the Zonnebloem Foster home who cares for six orphans and vulnerable children. We have been truly blessed with the success of the event and could not achieve any of this without everyone’s commitment and support. Herewith some beautiful photographs of our musicians!
Its that time of the year again, please come and support our annual benefit concert. All proceeds donated will go to the Zonnebloem Cottage. For more information contact the Fikelela office at 021 469 3775
Our children at the Zonnebloem cottage were blessed with a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny. Lots of yummy chocolates were given to the kids! A special thank you to the Gardens Shopping Centre for making it possible!
Fikelela in conjunction with Stop Hunger Now celebrated World AIDS Day at Zonnebloem Estate with a mass packaging event that saw over 12 000 meals packed for persons living with HIV. These highly nutritious meals combine rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables, flavouring and a mixture of 2-3 vitamins and minerals into a easy to store pack. The stop hunger packs will be distributed in the next 12 months to 400 adults on anti-retroviral (ARV) medication that belongs to our Positive Living support groups.
Anglican Bishop of Table Bay as well as the Chairperson of Fikelela Garth Counsell, Councilor Suzette Little & Ronel de Wet of Nedbank package meals for World AIDS Day 2014
The Archdeaconry thanksgiving service will be taking place on the 21st September 2014 at Athlone Civic Centre at 10h00am. The theme this year is “God’s Creation”. Please feel free to join us!
Four school bands rocked it again at this year’s Fikelela Benefit Concert on 29th August 2014. Organised by Fikelela AIDS Project and St George’s Cathedral, the concert raised R16,000 for Fikelela’s work with children living with and affected by HIV. Our MC’s Sue Wildish and Odidi Mfenyana, guided us through the programme and the four bands – Beau Soleil Junior Wind band, Bishops Orchestra, SACS High School Junior Band & SACS Big Band – entertained us with top quality music. Roll on next year!!