The 702 Truck of Love with SPAR

John Robbie visits Gordonia Home

The Truck of Love with SPAR and John Robbie went to Berea today to spread love and provide gifts to the organisation that provides accommodation and rehabilitation services to people with severe mental illness.

Gordonia and Group Home Services were founded in 1982. in an attempt to prepare the beneficiaries for successful independent living within and outside the Gordonia setting.

As Naku Masuku, Services Manager, told John Robbie on the radio, they serve as a bridge between hospital discharge and independent community living. Click below to hear their chat...

Gordonia Home and Group Services have managed to accommodate 80 people with severe mental illness and have provided services to improve their level of functioning.

There was a lot of singing and laughter when the Truck of Love gave groceries, furniture, cleaning materials and other necessities to help the organization continue doing its amazing work.

Click below to see photos of John's visit with the Truck of Love...


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