Thank you to all the wonderful children and staff from all the schools that took part this year and hosted a Party of HOPE at their schools. It is awesome to see these little children wanting to help others. The feedback from the teachers was that they all LOVED the event.
Thank you Kiddies Ark for showing us your art work and for creating awareness in your school.
They had a fun-filled sweet decorating class for their Party of Hope.
Their tables looked stunning with a Valentines theme.
Kleuterland showing their support and creating awareness of Childhood Cancer.
This school has their own little warrior, who joined in with the celebrations.
This school took their Civvi money they raised for Valentine’s day and donated it to 2 local patients from the Vaal.
They went all-out with creating awareness and raising funds as two of the school’s worker’s children were diagnosed with cancer.
Their tables looked so lovely and you could see that the kiddies really enjoyed the Party of Hope.
Team work is all I can say – raising funds and creating awareness!
They had an awesome fundraising day and created awareness in a fun way.
Here are a few photies from my Party of Hope with Jungletots in Fairlands, moms came through to help decorate, a ball was had by all and everyone and everything looked like a cupcake sprinkle in the end. There was a phenomenal response to the organisation, a newsletter will be going out the parents with some photies from the day and the details of the organisation as there are a few families that would like to make donations too.
I am truly ecstatic to be able to be a part of something so special.
Thank you Lian and moms involved, we appreciate each and everyone who is creating awareness for Childhood Cancer.
Here is Yellow Brick Road’s photos of their Party of Hope. Jolene said they had a fantastic time in creating Awareness about Childhood Cancer. Thank you Jolene and all involved in helping us create awareness.
Thank you Wierda Park Laerskool, students and teachers for hosting a Party of Hope.
Thank you so much PCS for hosting a Party of Hope and creating awareness for us, they sold 2000 cupcakes.
What a great Party of Hope from Vineyard Christian School, here is what they did:
Our school had such a special day hosting a Party of Hope. The nursery school collected teddy bears for the Baby Moses Sanctuary and they bought cupcakes from the primary school for their teddy bear picnic. The primary school children paid to wear civvies and all the girls baked 6 or more cupcakes which were sold by our grade 7 pupils. The children and staff thoroughly enjoyed every minute and we found the pamphlets very informative too!
Thank you Vineyard Christian School for helping us to create awareness…
Letter from Maryna:
The BMW Early Learning Centre’s Party of Hope. Never in my life have I experienced such an outpouring of love from such beautiful children. When asked by their teacher why they were making cupcakes, they said it is to buy medicine for the sick kids. So young and so eager to help an unknown friend. Bless their little hearts!
Thank you to my dear friend Carin Engelbrecht and daughter Michelle Smith for all your help with the cupcakes.
Thank you Charlotte and all the staff of the BMW Early Learning Center that made this Party of Hope the success it was.
The first school that supported our Party of Hope…
Mia, sold the cupcakes at Trinity House Little Falls and managed to raise funds and awareness for our charity. Well done girl.
Thornton Methodist Sunday school and Sonbeams Playgroup hosted a Party of Hope for the Cupcakes 4kids with Cancer on Saturday 27 September 2014. Children iced and decorated their cupcakes and other cupcakes were sold to the parents and congregational members.
Below are some photots of the kids icing their cupcakes – in aid of Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer. I delivered over 70 cupcakes to an orphanage in Port Elizabeth – many happy smiley faces.
Michelle getting ready for her Party of HOPE at Curro Heldewyk… Well done on all the hard work so far! Bring on the 17th of October!!!
The Valley Pre & Junior Preparatory school hosted their Party of Hope and what fun they had. Thank you to all the bakers and students – they also donated their cupcakes to Fourways Mall.
A big thank you to C.S.A. (Christian School of the Arts) we had a Party of Hope . It was a huge success thank you to everyone who participated on raising awareness and funds for Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer!!
Nakita Parsons (Miss S.A. school finalist) and Bianca hosted a party of hope at Eduplex primary school .We had guest of honor join us from cake extreme Paul Vieira who demonstrated how to decorate cupcakes.Thank you to everyone who participated and helped on the day! We successfully raised awareness and funds that are going to Cupcakes for kids with cancer. A big thank you to Eduplex and Paul Vieira.
Poplar Academy hosted their cupcakes Party and raised awareness about childhood cancer. As you can see they had loads of fun.
Our students from Silverton High hosted their Party of Hope to raise awareness of childhood cancer.
They sold out their cupcakes in 10 min and they made over 100 cupcakes.
Tuinrand Primary hosted a Party of Hope and shared their pictures with us. They also had a cake that was dedicated to all the cancer fighters and warriors.
Kidz College in Randburg hosted their Party of Hope – it looks like the kids had a fantastic day.
Thank you Janet Peebles and Team.
One of our patients little Maritz’s granny organised a Party of Hope at his nursery school. Maritz isn’t allowed to go to nursery school as Dr’s said his body isn’t ready for it. So when his parents are at work, Maritz stays at his Granny. This is what Granny emailed me when I asked why she decided to host a Party of Hope:
Met die diagnose van Maritzie het ek besef hoe min ouers werklik weet wat die tekens is. Ek het ‘n moeilike tydjie met Maritz gehad en moes nog sterk bly terwille van sy Ouers, wat nie net emosioneel maar ook finansieel deur die moeilike tyd moes kom. Cupcakes 4 kids with Cancer het ons nie net emosioneel maar ook finansieel bygestaan deur die tyd, en nou nog kan ons op hulle knoppie druk. Vir my was dit om ‘n slag iets terug te ploeg al is dit min. Nie net het ek iets terug geploeg nie, die ouers van die kids by Nuuskierige Agies Kleuterskool is bewus gemaak van die tekens. Die kids was so so opgewonde, hulle kon nie wag om te begin versier nie, wou weet of hulle dit mag eet. Hulle was so trots op hul kopdoeke en versierde koekies. Kan ek dankie se aan Liesel van Nuuskierige Agies, Ouma Susan vir die Cupcakes en almal wat bygedra het om die dag ‘n sukses te maak, en natuurlik vir Cupcakes 4 kids with Cancer. Grootste dank aan ons Hemelse Vader wat Maritzie en ons almal so onderskraag en optel deur die moeilike tye. Cupcakes, dit was awesome vir my om dit te doen, daar kom nog BAIE sulke dae.
Well done Ouma Frieda, when Maritz can be so proud of you…
This is The Little Playschool in Johannesburg’s Party of Hope they had. I just love the students faces with the cupcakes they decorated. This school also asked for soft toys that will be donated to children with cancer. Thank you Little Playschool for creating awareness.
Krugersdorp Noord Laerskool, Central Meat Market and Paardekraal butchery made this day possible as well as my friend Ashtia Horne and all the school children the ones who helped selling and the ones who supported by buying.
Thank you Bianca for all your hard work!
Towards the end of March a mommy who had lost her little girl to kidney cancer decided to host a Party of Hope at Puddle Jumpers school in Klerksdorp to raise awareness about Childhood Cancer. Lynette would be proud of her mommy!
What a beautiful rainbow – well done to Unika Pre Primary in Randburg.
The little ones at Little Professor decorating their cupcakes at a Party of Hope.