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In the season of giving, please buy a brick or more on Santa’s Wall. The bricks have names (featured twice) of all the superheroes we have helped this year! We have huge expenses coming up for operations and treatments in January. You can buy a brick in your name or in the name of a loved one. You/your nominated person will receive an e- Christmas card with our heartfelt thanks.
Good news, you can now donate using Zapper. It is so quick and easy. Simply download the Zapper app if you don’t already have it, scan the code and decide how much you would like to donate. Bricks start at R100.
If you would like to pay directly into our account:
The Marian Rose Foundation
Investec Bank
Branch 580105
Acc 10011515509
Ref: Your name/Santa

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In the season of giving, please buy a brick or more on Santa’s Wall. The bricks have names (featured twice) of all the superheroes we have helped this year! We have huge expenses coming up for operations and treatments in January. You can buy a brick in your name or in the name of a loved one. You/your nominated person will receive an e- Christmas card with our heartfelt thanks.
Good news, you can now donate using Zapper.  It is so quick and easy. Simply download the Zapper app if you don’t already have it, scan the code and decide how much you would like to donate. Bricks start at R100. 
If you would like to pay directly into our account:
The Marian Rose Foundation
Investec Bank
Branch 580105
Acc 10011515509
Ref: Your name/Santa

Please share this post far and wide and help us make this campaign a huge success!!  Thank you for your support.

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The Marian Rose FoundationThank you Gavin Ross for buying the first brick!!

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We just love good news! ❤️Meet Xolani, he was shot at the age of 8 after being caught in crossfire. His Mom was told that the bullet was lodged against his spine and could not be removed. She was also told he mustn’t run and could only bend in certain positions. We were approached by his Mom’s employer to see if we could assist to give him a better quality of life. Today he saw the Neurologist and after new X-rays were taken it was discovered that the bullet is positioned in the soft tissue of the pelvic area. Finally at the age of 14 he has been told he can live a normal life with no danger of the bullet affecting him. Wishing you #abrighterfuture Xolani!! ...

We just love good news! ❤️Meet Xolani, he was shot at the age of 8 after being caught in crossfire. His Mom was told that the bullet was lodged against his spine and could not be removed. She was also told he mustn’t run and could only bend in certain positions. We were approached by his Mom’s employer to see if we could assist to give him a better quality of life. Today he saw the Neurologist and after new X-rays were taken it was discovered that the bullet is positioned in the soft tissue of the pelvic area. Finally at the age of 14 he has been told he can live a normal life with no danger of the bullet affecting him. Wishing you #abrighterfuture Xolani!!

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Alta McMasterOh wow. That's great Kay Cindy Ross. You guys are doing fantastic work

6 days ago
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Tracey Thompson WebsterWhat a great gift to Xolani and just in time for Christmas.

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Tanya DimasWhat a beautiful story Kay

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Karen LandiWow! Miracles everyday with The Marian Rose Foundation ❤️

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Shereen RappAmazing news

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Tanya Ruivo de FreitasWell done Kay 🌸🌸🌸

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Almost ready for our Christmas campaign! Watch this space💕💕 ...

Almost ready for our Christmas campaign! Watch this space💕💕

Our latest recipient is a teenage boy who will remain anonymous as he has had more to deal with than anyone his age ever should. We have assisted by arranging sessions with a psychologist . He had his first session yesterday and is already feeling more positive. Mental Health is just as important as being physically healthy and we are thrilled to be a part of giving him the brighter future he so deserves💕 ...

Our latest recipient is a teenage boy who will remain anonymous as he  has had more to deal with than anyone his age ever should. We have assisted by arranging sessions with a psychologist . He had his first session yesterday and is already feeling more positive. Mental Health is just as important as being physically healthy and we are thrilled to be a part of giving him the brighter future he so deserves💕

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Karen Landi❤️

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Sihle MooiThank you for your work.

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Tia EleftheriouThanks you so much for everything you do. Many blessings 🌹 🌹 🌹

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Tracy-Lee Vernice ManningSo proud of you and your organisation ❤

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Tanya Ruivo de FreitasKeep up your good work!!!!

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Desiree AlcalaSuch amazing work that you do, well done 😃

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The Marian Rose Foundation added 2 new photos.

Kamo is making great progress! Today her leg was cast for a new caliper type splint that will help her with her walking💕💕
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Kamo is making great progress! Today her leg was cast for a new caliper type splint that will help her with her walking💕💕

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Karen LandiLove all of these good news updates! Miracles in action xxx

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Karen EelesThat’s great news😃

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Did you know …… At The Marian Rose Foundation we continue assisting with treatment for our recipients should they require it. Here are some of the treatments we help with on a monthly basis. ...

Did you know …… At The Marian Rose Foundation we continue assisting with treatment for our recipients should they require it.  Here are some of the treatments we help with  on a monthly basis.