Copies of the book "Face" by Benjamin Zephaniah, published by Bloomsbury. The £4.99 book deals with a trendy teenager who has to reassess life after serious burns to his face. It is easy for teenagers to read, even in a second language. We would like to give copies to teenage burns survivors that we help.
Private social workers to help, free of charge, with fostering and adoption of different burned children, especially across provincial and national borders.
Children of Fire has some wonderful volunteers but one of our biggest day to day problems remains transport. We need short regular lifts for injured children mainly in the Mayfair-Auckland Park-Parktown-Crosby areas of Johannesburg.
Speech, physio and occupational therapists to work pro Deo in Auckland Park.
Counselors to help children when depressed about appearance or the original cause of the injury, especially people able to speak Sesotho or Nguni group languages.
Research on burns statistics in Greater Johannesburg Hospitals.
Young lawyers or law students able to help compile research for legal challenge concerning the Education Act, White Paper No. 6 and possibly the Constitution for a class action on behalf of disabled children not receiving education.
People with experience in computer mapping to help input data for the transport disability project.
Donations of equipment for the disaster recovery bags.