Mannies and peddies for our heroines!

by / Tuesday, 11 November 2014 / Published in Blog

British actress and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn once said, “The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mole, but true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she knows.”
Pamper Me Parties, a mobile pamper party run by Alice West, decided to work with JAM South Africa (JAM SA) and offer fifteen hard working women a chance to be spoilt and pampered! Our field monitors in Diepsloot and Zandspruit selected fifteen well deserving day care owners to enjoy being pampered!
Sunday, the 9th of November was a special occasion for the fifteen selected ladies as they were welcomed with chocolate and soft drinks. One by one, each lady got her turn to have her nails treated and painted.
Over a light brunch, the mama’s chit-chatted and used the occasion to catch up, whilst enjoying the relaxed environment. Mama Prisca, owner of Zamokuhle Day Care in Diepsloot shared that, “it was really good to be pampered and spend time with the other mamas.”
Mama’Constance, owner of Rolivhuwe Child Care was delighted with her nails and emphasised the importance of taking care of oneself as a woman. She added, “We work very hard every day and its’ good to be spoilt a bit, as a woman it is good to always be neat and clean.”
The Sunday was also a special day for Mama Elizabeth as it was her 51st birthday! When she was invited to the event, she didn’t know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised! Mama Elizabeth enjoyed spending time with the mamas of Diepsloot and Zandspruit.
As JAM SA we are very proud of these everyday heroines, who open their homes each day and offer children in need a place of safety and, through our Nutritional Feeding programme the children receive a Red Bowl of nutritious porridge. Thank you Pamper Me Parties for making these everyday heroines feel special and beautiful, inside and outside!

One Response to “Mannies and peddies for our heroines!”

  1. Burton says : Reply

    Well done to team JAM for your hard work and to Simphiwe Ngwane for a lovely Blog!

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