“The residents here love the attention they get on these days.”
Happy John, a resident at the society, smiles as he shows off one of the toys.
Little Eden opened its doors on Mandela Day to give community members the opportunity to learn more about the society.
Community members could spend their 67 minutes helping out at the society.
Zai Miller explaining what the LIttle Eden is all about during the open day on Nelson Mandela Day.
Nichollette Muthige, public relations and communications officer for Little Eden said many of the visitors got involved in making arts and crafts for the annual Christmas concert.
Gillian Meyer, Zelda Williams, Annelize van Rensburg, Gusti Coetzer and Yolandi Coetzee from Signium Africa standing alongside Zai Miller of Little Eden. In front is Angel Dube
She said the turnout from the community was relatively good.
“The people who came also learned more about the society,” said Nichollette.
Nichollette explained that the open day gave Little Eden the opportunity to inform the community, gain support and create awareness for the society.
“The residents here love the attention they get on these days,” added Muthige.
Nichollette Muthige standing alongside Little Eden CEO Lucy Slaviero on the Mandela Day Open Day.
Melissa Posthumus, Rosane Fleming and Tèlcia Coetzee from Multotec showing off some of the crafts for the Christmas concert they made on the open day.
Elrina van Schaardenburgh and Melanie van Wyk of Little Eden, braved the cold air of July 18 to sell popcorn and warm beverages on the open day.
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