Caps For Care was granted a temporary free shop front from the 1 st of May to the 31 st of July. We started off using our care stand, and from there we moved into a temporary shop front. This opportunity has given us great exposure and lots of sales. During our time at the Watershed, we were able to sell 250+ Care caps and Care shirts. We employed a young man from Emasi’ Home whom we trained on sales skills.
He has been gaining work experience as well as earning an income after his matric. He has also picked up great people and communication skills while working at The Care Shop at the Watershed, and even made some friends. Lots of high school students have also had the opportunity to volunteer during our activities with the children, as well as work on weekends for free at the Care Shop thereby joining us to help make a difference.