XENOPHOBIA CRISIS – CALLING FOR TOYS TOYS TOYS – MAYBE A TIME FOR A TOY CLEAROUT!
My friend Debbie Kaminer, a lecturer in the UCT Psychology Department, is collecting toys for a very helpful initiative with displaced refugee children — see below. If you have any toys you can give or maybe old picnic blankets for the kiddies to sit on (concrete floors are flippin’ freezing), please get in touch with me or Debbie (her email is email@example.com.)
And of course please pass on this appeal to your network.
Thanks a million!
Hi moms, [and Dads!]
I’m trying to organise a collection of old toys so my psychology Honours
students can start running some play groups with kids who’ve been displaced
by the violence of the last few days – something to keep the children
occupied while their parents try to figure things out and to provide some
sense of normality in the midst of all the uncertainty. If you or any of
your friends have old toys to donate, please let me know and we can arrange
a drop-off or pick-up.
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