Royal Family Kids Camps

Dear friends,

Trusting you’re all doing well. 🙂

I’m excited to tell you about a great project that crossed my path a few months ago. Read more about it below!

Such amazing camps! This is what my heart thought while watching videos about them. So sad to see how many children know deep pain. So heartwarming to see people truly care.

I would like to introduce you to I.C.U. / Influencing Children & Youth (http://www.i-c-y.co.za) and Royal Family Kids (https://rfk.org/). They are non-profit organisations devoted to brightening the lives of abused and neglected children between the ages 7-14.

One of the ways they accomplish this is by hosting yearly camps and mentorship programs for these less-than-privileged kids. Kids from the community that do not know and have not experienced the love and unity of a healthy family.

They put so much effort into letting these kids feel special and wanted during this 5-days camp. The kids are also introduced to the love of God, Jesus and the Cross of Calvary as well as the purpose that their lives carry.

Some of the places where these camps are hosted in Southern Africa include Benoni, Roodepoort, Secunda, Alberton, Ladismith (in the Cape), Brits and even Namibia.

Kempton Park hosted its first camp this year and I attended! It was held 24 – 29 June and what a life-changing experience it was for me. My heart was so touched by every child and the volunteers who reached out and served during this week. Jesus truly did something amazing in the hearts of the kids. It was so evident to see.

Thank you to each and every one who contributed financially in this regard. The R925.00 sown enabled me to go on camp and care practically, the heart of Love in Action. I hope to be a part of the camps in the future as well and will keep you updated!

A group photo of the volunteers… would you not like to join? 🙂

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Let’s also remember the broken-in-heart-children of the world in our prayers. We can make a difference! x

Stories of how these camps have impacted lives:

 

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