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Creative Workshops are open

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The Creative workshops are a safe space for children to get creative. The workshops started from an observed need , a lack of early stimulation and after school activities for children in under-resourced communities in the Overstrand.

The Creative Works team consists of 5 community based facilitators who are offering small groups in their own communities, every day. We are looking forward to many creative, fun filled and colourful projects in 2021. The theme for this year is personal growth for our team and the children we work with…..join us on this creative adventure.

The workshops are open in Masakhane and Stanford and you can support by collecting art and craft materials or make a donation via our website.

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