In 2002, we heard about babies leaving a local hospital without necessities like nappies, clothing or basic toiletries – even to the point of a baby going home wrapped in newspaper! So a group of ladies in our congregation rose to the challenge and began sewing beautiful nappy bags and quilts, filling them with the essentials. By September 2020 they had distributed over 21 700 bags in all shapes, sizes and colours. That means 21 700 families have been impacted by the work they do. Deliveries go to the following local hospitals: Karl Bremer, Kraaifontein, Tygerberg, Wesfleur, Paarl, Mowbray, Delft, Eerste River, Bishop Lavis, Elsies River and Durbanville clinic. They also go further afield to communities in need in places like Botswana, Kenya, Malawi and Swaziland. One baby and one mother at a time – providing some form of rescue from an unfair and unjust start to life.