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Christine Revell Children’s Home

The Christine Revell Children’s Home in Athlone cares for babies and young children placed by the courts.

Staff at DSC Attorneys, including secretary Hayley Peters and one of the firm’s directors, Kirstie Haslam, began making donations to Christine Revell Children’s Home in a personal capacity, in 2014.

Since 2017, DSC Attorneys has been a consistent supporter of the Home.

About the Christine Revell Children’s Home

The Christine Revell Children’s Home cares for up to 49 babies and children up to the age of five.

The children are referred to the Home by social workers and placed by the courts due to being neglected, abandoned, abused or orphaned.

Since 2000, the Home has been owned and managed by a Trust, initially established by the Uniting Reformed Church, and a managing committee, which meets monthly.

A social worker, 21 full-time staff and several part-time staff care for the babies and children 24 hours a day.

The Department of Social Development of the Western Cape pays a small monthly subsidy for each child. For everything else, the Home depends on donations from individuals and companies.

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