Mandela Day - A Day to Inspire Change
By: Roxane Morgan   (2020-07-20)

Mandela Day 2020

In South Africa, Nelson Mandela is called ‘tata’ by our children. Tata means ‘father,’ a fitting tribute to the father of our nation and a man who always had a great love for children and young people.

“Our children are our future and one of the basic responsibilities is to care for them in the best and most compassionate manner possible.” – Mandela, 7 November 2003

InfoBluePrint would like to do our part in continuing Mandela’s work in making a difference in children’s lives, and we have chosen to make a donation to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital this year to help the less fortunate children who are in dire need of healthcare.

“The Trust was established in 1994 to advance child healthcare through the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, the first stand-alone tertiary hospital, exclusively for children, in sub-Saharan Africa. The hospital is dedicated entirely to children – especially children predominantly from impoverished communities throughout Africa. “

From all of us at InfoBluePrint we would like to express our heartfelt thanks & appreciation to all the Medical Professionals and staff at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital (& all healthcare organisations) especially during the pandemic, for all they do for these precious little ones.

“The true character of society is revealed in how it treats its children.” – Mandela, 27 September 1997

Take Action, Inspire Change – Make every day a Mandela Day!