HELP fill 85 Square Metres with Daily prayers @ VISION
The non-profit organisation has set aside about 85 square meters as a salah area. However, according to Vision manager, Saadick Jacobs, the cost to furnish the area was exorbitant. This after the centre received a quote of R25,000 to carpet and furnish the facility. “Daily prayers are one of our top priorities at the centre and we want to give these children an atmosphere of a real masjid.”
The NEW SOLAAH AREA of the Vision Children’s home is 85sq METRES and will be utilized for madressah purposes as well
COST of CARPET = R25, 000.00
We are URGENTLY SEEKING SPONSORS or DONATIONS to cover for the carpet in the solaah area
For more info PLEASE CONTACT (021) 692 1129 / 49
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The Vision and Child Youth Care Centre is calling on the community to assist them in creating a prayer facility as part of their building project for 2012.
An extension to the centre – which presently caters for 50 abandoned children – is nearing completion this year.
He said their aim was to provide the abandoned children with a safe and stable environment, along with giving them the tools they need to succeed, this includes spiritual guidance which the salah facility would provide. According to Jacobs, after approaching various businesses this week, they managed to raise R5,000 thus far. “A group of females within the area also offered to host a ladies night to raise funds for the centre and is in the process of it,” he added.
Meanwhile, the centre has opened a car wash business to raise funds, situated on the corner of Belgravia Street which is run by one of the committee members. “Apart from the car wash, we will also be having a few events throughout the year to raise funds for this project.” This was part of the home’s ongoing effort to raise funds to ensure its sustainability.
As such, Jacobs said, they were infinitely grateful for the support from the community throughout the years and hoped that this latest project would be equaly successful. If you would like to donate towards Vision and Youth Child Care Centre, you may contact Jacobs on 021 629 1129/49. VOC (Aishah Cassiem)