Physical, Developmental, Behavioural, or Sensory Impaired Here at the Sabrina Love Foundation our task is to provide children with medical and professional support specific to their individual area of difficulty. Our mission is: To provide holistic care to 100% of all children with special needs in the Garden Route, that are living in a disadvantaged environment. To fully integrate special needs children with sufficient ability into mainstream school and society. To lift
A snapshot of the week at our school, Die Sterreweg, in Plettenberg Bay: Our nutritious food grown by loving hands The Youth producing treasured bead work Wonderful artwork from the classroom theme of the week – Autumn Help us to grow and develop our school by supporting one of our stars! Thank you!
The daily routine of a regular schooling system has proven to be the best therapy for our special needs kids. One of our key growth areas is our new special needs schooling program with dedicated teachers to each age group – we are working towards increasing the number of children that can be accommodated.
Support-A-Star is an initiative to raise funds for the Sabrina Love Foundation’s special needs children while undertaking your own personal challenge. Whether it’s a sports event, losing weight or baking a cake, let your family and friends feel the magic through their support. No challenge too large or small: shine your own light – a trail of glitter is never forgotten… Support one of our stars Create your own Support-A-Star
At Sabrina Love Foundation, we really are so fortunate to have a wonderful team of staff with hearts of gold. This photograph shows some of our team at the Die Sterreweg day care center in Plettenberg Bay. Many of our kids rely heavily on our team for their mobility and learning. Their time and energy has so much value. Big thank you to each and every one of them! Click
Dear dedicated Team Sabrina riders…please can we make you a star? To our amazing group of Team Sabrina riders who tackle the Cape Town Cycle Tour year after year in their bright pink shirts! We have seen how many of you are training at the moment – the sea of pink shirts on the road-side gives us goosebumps! Your training can provide another way of raising funds for our kids
Meet little Tenisia. She is 5 years old and lives in Kranshoek. She was born with a congenital heart problem which was operated on when she was a baby. At the age of 3 she unfortunately had a stroke which affected the left side of her body. This does not seem to hold her back and she loves playing just like any other child. She attends a mainstream Creche and goes