Two girls from Micklefield School in Rondebosch have started a campaign to raise money to help children born with clubfoot deformities.

Grade 6 pupils Jemima McQueen and Aalia Jawoodeen started the drive in February and hope to donate the proceeds to Steps – a non-profit helping children with clubfoot – in October.

The two girls visited Maitland Cottage Children’s Orthopaedic Hospital in Newlands last Friday May 31, ahead of World Clubfoot day on June 3, to meet parents who take their children for weekly treatment and the doctors and physiotherapists who help the children.

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