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Door of Hope’s “Baby Bin” Is Saving Lives….

Door of Hope Children’s Mission in Johannesburg runs 3 care houses with facilities to care for 66 abandoned babies.

They opened a “Baby Bin” in 1999 and have on average, 9 babies placed into it every month. There are far too many babies who die IMG_0027.JPGof neglect or abandonment, thrown into rubbish bins etc.


Hibiscus Coast Seconds asks you to pledge R10 by sms’ing:

Sms: ng door
To: 38222

Follow their Facebook page for more information:

“Many of our babies are born prematurely due to late-term illegal abortions. One of our newest babies weighed only 830 grams at birth. Illegal abortions often take place in the third trimester and are seldom successful. Mothers are told that the baby will ‘dissolve’ but the baby is born alive only to be abandoned!
Sadly, many abandoned babies are never found.
1571 babies have made it into our family.
Want to help us continue our work? or
SMS ng door to 38222 to donate R 10 to our fundraiser.”


“Babies are left in our BabyBin with not even an item of clothing. It is very very difficult to try find parents if there are not witnesses or identifying info. Most of the time the parents don’t want to be found because the are illegal immigrants and are scared to be deported. Babies dumped in rubbish bins and toilets parents also who be found because they know they will be arrested for murder. There has been cases where mommies come back after a few days or weeks and if possible the babies are reunited with the mommy and/or daddy and/or biological family.”


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  1. Anita Engelbrecht

    3rd August 2017 at 10:52 am

    Daar is GEEN rede waarom n baba so weggegooi moet word nie!!!

  2. Jacqueline Pieterse

    3rd August 2017 at 12:10 pm

    how about call it baby drawer not bin

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