July and August 2019 marked a huge milestone for Amira’s Gelukskinders foundation – 6 new playgrounds were opened!
These were very busy months for those involved in preparations, construction, and openings, but the results are astonishing and well worth all the efforts. Several hundred more children can now enjoy brand new equipment and playgrounds. They were all very enthusiastic and happy about it. Broad grins on their faces said it all!
As always, children received gifts made by Amira who was assisted by her family, friends, and fans attending the events. Joined by local young soloists, choirs, and well-known artists, Amira performed for the children and guests. She was also very eager to demonstrate how to use the equipment!
The sheer joy Amira exhibits when opening new playgrounds is contagious. We are all very proud of her and thankful for being a continuous inspiration to us!
Below is the list of all six playgrounds. Follow the links for more details and photos.
No. 7 – Ourief Primary School, opened on July 22nd, 2019
Sunday, December 1st, 2019. You cannot miss it! Start at 2.30 pm until 6 pm.
Follow the link below to buy your tickets now, before it’s too late – they are going fast at the moment! ONLY ONE CONCERT!
Gelukskinders Web Store
Click on the image below to watch the Gelukskinders’ promo video:
There is a big party on Saturday, November 30th, and Sunday, December 1st. Amira’s foundation Gelukskinders has been in existence for 5 years. This will be celebrated with a concert on Sunday and the third fan day on Saturday.
On March 27th, Amira celebrated her 15th Birthday. What a party it has been.
A party in the 80’s style, celebrated amongst friends and family.
Now the proceedings from the action raised by fans on Facebook as well as here on this very webpage.
And of course, what gifts she received from her donors, fans
The proceeds !! € 12040 An unparalleled fantastic result. Everyone a big THANK YOU.
The gifts: A new monument. The monument that stands in Amira Park, unfortunately, has been considerably damaged by vandals. After two years of waiting for the municipality to restore this, we ourselves have taken the initiative to give her a well-deserved new monument. This is now, safely inside, in the Promosa school.
In March this year we already reported about Amira opening her first playground in the South-African township Ikageng, near the city of Potchefstroom. Next steps are being made to continue this project.
Soon, Amira’s very own charity foundation will be established, from where further activities in the field of charity can be developed.
Earlier Amira already indicated that she wants to use part of the revenue earned with CD sales and performances for helping other children. With the establishment of her own foundation, it will be easier to develop activities and to coordinate the implementation.