Blossom Dayspring Home
The Dayspring Home is an orphanage established in 2003. The children are either orphaned due to the death of family members caused by HIV/AIDS/TB, or infected and rejected from their families due to the stigma surrounding the disease. The orphanage is currently home to 25 children however this number fluctuates throughout the year depending on the circumstances in the community and around the districts.
One goal of the home is to reintegrate the children that have been rejected back into their families by providing ongoing social and medical support through parent counseling, education and self-help groups.
Blossom provides all the day-to-day running of the project which includes; medical expenses, educational needs, 3 nutritious meals a day, clothes and social support.
what you can do
Over the last year, 38 volunteers have contributed to the organization by helping on the farm, donating items such as groceries and stationary and helping the children with their studies. For more information about volunteering at Dayspring Home please click here.
Dayspring Home only needs $7,500 per year to operate and relies on your donations to support these children. Various fundraising initiatives are organised by blossom to ensure the financial requirements of the home are met.
We’ve recently initiated the ‘sponsor a child’ programme and the ‘meal a day’ scheme. A small contribution can make a large difference in a child’s life:
$10 will support a child for over 1 week
$25 will support a child for 1 Month
$150 will support a child for 6 months
$300 will support a child for 1 year
To donate, please click here
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