The children recently received toasty, woolen jerseys and beanies, knitted and donated by a senior-citizen knitting group in Northwold, Johannesburg.
"My mother, Ann Turton started knitting jerseys for AIDS babies in 2000," says Cynthia Wadley. "When people in the complex saw what she was up they too became involved and quickly the group grew, to the point where there are now over 20 of us.
"My Mom passed away last year, in December and I was asked by the ladies to take over the reins from her," she says.
"We've received support from these wonderful people on a number of occasions over the years," says Rev. Lawrence Mabaso, Carryou Ministry, General Manager. "They have and continue, to make a difference in the lives of our children."