At 06h30 on a freezing winter’s morning, I arrived to assist with the set up for the latest Camp Kaleidoscope event at Laerskool Rustenburg. Inez, Isabella and Joshua joined me later in the morning, after the kids morning nap time, so that we could support this event as a family. Below you will see Inez’s amazing photography gift in action, as she captured wonderful memories from the day.

Building on the momentum of 2017’s event, we were excited to host more than 100 participants for a variety of fun and interactive activities. As per the vision, the programme was developed to promote maximum interaction between disabled and able-bodied people. There was an arts and crafts workshop; the Rustenburg bowls club facilitated a bowling green; a pool-noodle baseball station; a visit from the horses of In Touch Therapy Equine; and a laughter workshop.

This event is the brain-child of an amazing woman, Brenda Klopper. I have been so privileged to support her in seeing this vision come to fruition, as a member of the committee which steers these events.

To read Brenda’s life story, and vision for Camp Kaleidoscope, have a look at this blog from last year. If you would be interested in taking part in this project in future, please contact us to discuss.

Have a look at the pictures below to appreciate the joy and enthusiasm with which people engaged during the day.