The 702 Truck of Love with SPAR

Redi Tlhabi rocks festive cheer with children

The excitement at Epworth Children's Home was priceless when Redi Tlhabi opened the Truck of Love to show children what's inside.

This organisation is situated in Greater Germiston and has been serving the community by providing care to children that are found in need of care by the South African courts.

Listen to the conversation from the show below...

The Home currently has 70 children in the residential programme and supports a further 20 that have been placed back into the community.

Epworth assists abandoned, abused or neglected children to reach their full potential so that they can grow up to be well rounded adults who can contribute meaningfully to the development and growth of their community.

Check out the photo gallery from the Truck of Love so far...


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