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Chaeli wins International Children’s Peace Prize 2011

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Founded by kids, administered by adults

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Embracing and celebrating inclusion

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providing assistive devices and therapies

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Working together to change lives

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Normalising society through advocacy and education

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Mobilising the minds & bodies of children with disabilities

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We can buy a wheelchair or hearing-aid for a disabled child, but if the world in which that child lives is not understanding, accepting and accessible then that child will never truly access a full life. You can help a child access a full life by supporting the work that The Chaeli Campaign does. Consider becoming a pledge partner.

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Upcoming Events

Art and Poetry Competition 2014

Details of our 2014 art and poetry competition. Entry forms can be found on Downloads page.art and poetry competition 2014 poster

Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has given The Chaeli Campaign a wonderful endorsement.
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Desmond Tutu with founders

The thread that runs through all our programmes and events is the importance of diversity and inclusion and how society will benefit by opening eyes and ears to the lessons that can be taught by our differently-abled children. We believe that: Physical/intellectual impairment is self-evident and can be dealt with. Disability is created by the way in which society responds to the impairment.

Disability is often a behaviour and an attitude and although we are directly involved in impacting the lives of children with disabilities and their families, an equally important task is to invite able-bodied members of society to a greater awareness of the essential role that people with disabilities have to play in communities - teaching lessons that only they can teach. Interaction is always encouraged in an inclusive and accepting environment and the following programmes are presented:

Assistive Devices : Therapies : Inclusive Education : Social Entrepreneurship : Advocacy & Outreach : Vocation & Rehabilitation : Sports & Recreation : Art, Poetry & Crafts: African Outreach

  • July 2013 – Mandela Day:

    #domore on Mandela Day Challenge 2013 – Help us Make a Difference – contact Debbie at debbie@chaelicampaign.co.za or 0861-242354.

  • “In The Wings” playing at Artscape 8/9 August 2013:

    Book at Computicket.

  • October 2013:

    Annual golf day at Clovelly Country Club – Booking now open.

  • January 2013:

    First article by Chaeli Campaign Therapists is published – see our downloads section.

  • B-BBEE Certification:

    31 July 2012. We are now certified as a Level 4 Contributor to B-BBEE.

  • June 2012:

    Ambassadors programme launched in Khayelitsha.

  • June 2012:

    Ambassadors programme launched in Johannesburg.

  • May 2012:

    Ambassadors programme launched in Mitchells Plain

  • April 2012:

    Chaeli awarded the Social Activism Medal at the Nobel Laureate Peace Summit in Chicago, Illinois.

  • September 2012:

    Our play “In the Wings” to show in Gauteng.

  • February 2012:

    Disabled dancing flourishing as part of The Chaeli Sports and Recreation Club.

  • February 2012:

    New ambassadors programme launched in Lavender Hill

  • March 2013:

    175 Chaeli Riders in Argus/Pick-n-Pay cycle tour have near perfect conditions on race day.

  • November 2011:

    Chaeli Mycroft awarded the International Childrens Peace Prize in The Hague, Netherlands.

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