We rely on community donations and contributions to add to the service that we already offer. This can go to maintenance, adding stimulation facilities and supporting the children whose parents cannot afford to pay full fees. This allows us a community to ensure that the children receive the best care regardless of socio-economic backgrounds.

We accept donations in the form of groceries (we have attached the list in the campaign), practical work - this may include spending a day helping us with your expertise and cash.

Each donation receives a tax exemption certificate as we are a recognised Public Benefit Organisation.