Meet Marilyn May, the woman who opened her home to 6 needy babies

Meet Marilyn May, the woman who opened her home to 6 needy babies

Marilyn May is dedicated to providing homes for vulnerable babies, hoping to give them a better chance of living long and successful lives. Marilyn, who has two children, turned part of her flat in Sea Point into Atlantic Hope, an organisation that has provided shelter for 80 babies.

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The bundles of joy that pass through Marilyn’s welcoming home are newborns up to 12 months of age and stay for between three to eight months, IOL reported. At times, she says the organisation has had six babies in her care.

Sometimes, the babies are soon reunited with a biological parent or are adopted, Briefly.co.za found.

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The community has shown great appreciation for Marilyn’s efforts and R120 000 was recently donated to the worthy cause.

The organisation are reportedly providing shelter for six children who have different backgrounds and reasons for needing shelter.

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The community has shown great appreciation for Marilyn’s efforts and R120 000 was recently donated to the worthy cause.

The organisation are reportedly providing shelter for six children who have different backgrounds and reasons for needing shelter.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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