Fountain of Love is a facility that houses 32 orphaned and abandoned children, with seven of them receiving anti-retroviral treatment. The centre also runs a day care centre for approximately 50 children from the community who do not pay for the facility or meals, as they stay with unemployed parents or grandparents. A soup kitchen is also made available by the home which feeds 139 children every Wednesday and Saturday. The home underwent major renovations, thanks to Nashua Limited with assistance from Simba, Nedbank and Webber Wentzel.
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