Nelson Mandela once said that there can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. In light of Mandela’s philosophy on the importance of children, it is essential for us to strive to protect their rights and help them to achieve their potential.
One way that you can honour Nelson Mandela’s 67-year-old fight for social justice is by devoting 67 minutes of your time to supporting others in need, like vulnerable children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) in Lesotho and South Africa. Children who live with CP in these areas have limited care options, due to insufficient knowledge of this condition and a grave shortage of resources and quality healthcare. Our Malamulele Onward project teaches parents to conduct essential physical therapy so they can help improve the mobility of their children and their well-being.
This Mandela Day, you can make a difference: Join us to provide support and a higher quality of life for some of the most vulnerable children in the world.