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.