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Baby centre receives unimagined love from Trinityhouse Pre-Primary

The children dressed up in red, white or pink for the day and wore a heart to show God’s love in sharing with those in need.

 

Little ones from Trinityhouse Pre-Primary School shared their little hearts to disadvantaged children living in a place of safety, all in the spirit of giving.

The school shared its heart with Princess Alice Adoption Home in Parktown, a temporary safe facility for abandoned babies from birth to two years old.

Skye Poole shows off her heart on “Have a Heart” Day at Trinityhouse Pre-Primary School Little Falls.

The learners raised a total of R1 413 for the centre and also brought other baby items along, such as nappies and formula, to add to the support.

The children dressed up in red, white or pink for the day and wore a heart to show God’s love in sharing with those in need.

“Acts 20:35 says, ‘It is more blessed to give than receive’ and because we are so blessed as a school, we never forget to give back and be a blessing to others.

Hayley Reed and Ethan Langefeld melted hearts the hearts of their teachers with their smiles during a recent charity event at Trinityhouse Pre-Primary Little Falls.

From our tiny hearts in Grade 0000 to our matrics in Grade 12, Trinityhouse prides itself on being a school that is selfless and serves the community in as many ways as we can,” said Marketing coordinator Adrienne Hadebe as she applauded the children’s involvement.

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