OSTI donates essential items to Door of Hope

Ahead of the festive season, the Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance (OSTI) donated basic necessities to Door of Hope, a place of safety for abandoned babies who stay with the centre until they get adopted. The donation comprised nappies, baby formula, baby puree, baby wipes, baby liquid bath soap, sterilising liquid, toothpaste, disposable face masks, hand sanitiser, bleach, dishwashing liquid, Domestos, Handy Andy and hand wash.

Door of Hope expressed its gratitude: “Thank you for donating to help us to care for vulnerable and orphaned babies. Your donation of much-needed baby items, will go towards caring for almost sixty babies who are in our care and who are likely to be with us through this Christmas Season.”

Door of Hope

Our Work:

  • We exist to give abandoned children a hope and a future

Our Mission is Fourfold:

  • Saving Abandoned babies
  • Bringing children home
  • Building people of character
  • Bridging a Better world

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