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This holiday season there will be more joy and more love at the Kathu Home Schooling Centre, Sediba Door of Hope (a subsidiary of Sediba Academy) and the Kuruman Animal Welfare, all thanks to Probe IMT Kuruman Auto.

  • was founded on 2 May 2017 by Kris-Mari Theron.

It places emphasis on individual development of their learners. Its one-on-one approach and smaller grade groupings proved to be the core of their success.

Currently, they have six learners with learning defects, Down’s syndrome and autism. KTC is still in the process of developing their property and are in dire need for classroom equipment.

Probe IMT Kuruman Auto assisted in donating three white boards and encourages the community to reach out to this cause.

  • Probe IMT Kuruman Auto also supported the Sediba Door of Hope, situated in Kalahari Street in Kuruman.

This forms part of the Sediba Academy, meaning “fountain of living water”, and are celebrating their 20th year of existence.

Probe IMT Kuruman Auto donated various items for Sediba’s abandoned babies and books for a student.

Sediba Door of Hope has created an environment for abandoned babies to be left in a crib instead of in unconducive locations.

Their aim is to educate every mother on the options available, and the actions they can take prior to considering abortion.

Statistics show that an estimated 3 000 babies are abandoned in South Africa each year. Public assistance is crucial in ensuring these young ones are given a chance to a better and brighter future, and this is exactly what Sediba Door of Hope is giving.

  • Probe IMT Kuruman Auto firmly believes in caring for the well-being of animals and encourages the donating of food to the Kuruman Animal Welfare. This organisation is dedicated in rescuing and rehabilitating abused and abandoned animals.

Probe IMT Kuruman Auto would like to call on the community and families to come forward and provide donations in the form of food, blankets, and valuable time in loving and caring for these animals.

Visitors may even make one of the animals a part of their family.

Probe IMT Auto Kuruman is privileged to be part of these projects and encourages the community to participate in the deserving causes.

“We believe that opening our hearts to those less fortunate, we contribute to making the world a better place and uplifting the lives of many.

“Probe IMT Kuruman Auto expresses gratitude to Kuruman Spar, Copiare, The Plastic Shop, Kaap Agri, Kathu College Bookshop and Ackermans for their professional assistance and efficacy when procuring the required items and we humbly request our communities to support these establishments, as they also contribute to the betterment of Kuruman. The act of giving without the expectation of something in return is the true definition of kindness,” said Gert Roselt, CEO of Probe IMT.

  • For more information and to contribute to these worthy causes, contact: Kris-Mari Theron of the Kathu Home Schooling Centre on 065-536-4955;) Nita Kuhm of Sediba Door of Hope on 083-257-3875; and) Mariksa Nieuwoud of the Kuruman Animal Welfare on 082 572-8366 or Antoinette van den Heever on 072-783-8719.
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