“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

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What is it, and what does it mean?

After doing a body mapping workshop with some of our patients and crafters I noticed a common thread through all the stories that were documented, which really saddened me, and it was that everyone in the group had stopped dreaming. Dreams for the future just aren’t possible in the harsh environments and poverty stricken communities that we are working with. For most of our crafters and patients, survival, and having enough to eat have eaten away at childhood dreams.

We wanted to make people dream again and encourage powerful positive thoughts about our futures and of course our beautiful country. To restore hope. So started our Dreams for Africa series.These are going to be collaborative "Art" Pieces that challenge us as crafters.

Collaborative "Art" Pieces that challenge us as crafters... See the New York journey

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We will also try to raise money with the pieces to enlarge our craft and training room which is bursting at the seams with training groups, and crafters needing the space. It will also allow us to pay for the training programmes that we are currently running. These projects are going to be fun and exciting and will take you our of your armchairs and on an adventure with us! Watch this space.

The Dreams for Africa Chair is the Most
Beautiful Object in South Africa!

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