KidsCan! has various initiatives to raise funds and be a sustainable project. The more people get involved, the more we can do together for the overall well-being and future of our precious Hangklip-Kleinmond children!
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KidsCan! subsidises 70% per child.

We are a successful, financially sustainable project
Fundraising  | Charity Shop | Events | Donations
Parents pay a small monthly fee


Shop: Drosters Centre, Pringle Bay Business Centre
Trading Hours: Tue-Fri, 13:00-17:00 & Saturdays, 10:30-13:30
Contact Person: Nora Grobbelaar: 072 925 0399


  • Find hidden gems at bargain prices.
  • Please donate those items that are still in a good condition that you want to replace or get rid of. We sell anything: appliances, furniture, kitchenware, linen, curtains, clothes, decorative articles etc.
  • Are you renovating? Donate what you are replacing.
  • Guest houses that are refurbishing, or businesses that want to get rid of old stock, please consider donating those items.
  • Volunteer at the shop.

“If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the engagement of volunteers more than ever.” — Kofi Annan

Contacts to Donate Goods

Nora (072 925 0399) or Hannatjie (082 974 2155,

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KidsCan! After School Learning Centre


A donation of R100 per month per child (R1,200 per child per year) helps KidsCan! operate a financially sustainable project.


If you want to give responsibly and purposefully, please contact us to find out what our current needs are.


From the smallest monetary donation or goods, to larger donations like Pick ‘n Pay gift vouchers from the Ackermann Trust, each contributor makes a difference!

A group of learners from Dunoon Grammar School (Scotland) tied up their assistant teacher and held him hostage to raise funds for KidsCan! They froze in crazy statue poses. Family and friends sponsored the number of minutes they could keep their poses, which resulted in a heart-warming R6,000 donation! Thank you to Fraser Shaw for this zany initiative! They own a property in Rooiels and Fraser is the art teacher at the school.