The Cradle of Hope is a non-profit organisation focusing on women and children in desperate need. We offer help and hope regardless of race or religion, offering a “hand-up” and not a “hand-out”, because we care!
Breast Care Foundation depends on their own fundraising to assist women, families, hospitals, children, destitute with life-saving information and assistance of food parcels, clothing, blankets, soup kitchens, stationery, etc.
When disadvantaged children start school, they are already behind in their educational development and lack the fundamental skills needed to learn to read and write, which impacts negatively on their learning experience.
SRPS was founded initially as a post-retirement social contact platform. The group, because of their recognised leadership and collective expertise, was soon called upon to facilitate service to local and other communities.
The Eldorado Park Women’s Forum saw the need for services to abused women and children, youth development, HIV/AIDS interventions and other community upliftment projects.
Whether it is helping young students focus on their school work, or assisting the elderly by making sure they have a healthy diet, no area of the community is neglected at God Bless the People Soup Kitchen.
Active Child Day Care located in Limpopo takes care of 86 kids between the ages of 8 months and 4 years. They started in 2015 after seeing the need for child care where they can not thrive at home.
Bonginkosi Educare Centre is a non-profit educational institution in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. It has a rich history involving a number of key players all sharing a common goal: to make a difference.
Jabulani Edu Care located in Ermelo, Mpumulanga is a non-profit educational care centre for 37 local kids from the ages of 1-5. They help out parents who can’t take care of their kids during the day.
Hihanyile Green Farmer Old Age situated at Green farm village, started on the 8th of June 2016 after seeing the need for the many forgotten elderly that need assistance. They look after 65 people ages 60-80.
Door of Hope is one of the organisations that receives and cares for the abandoned or unwanted babies from the inner city of Johannesburg, Berea, Hillbrow, and the greater Johannesburg area.
After noticing a large number or orphaned teens turn to drugs and violence, members of the Wynberg community stepped in. They founded the Darum-Naim Child and Youth Centre.
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The purpose of what we do is to spark inspiration in our viewers and followers so that they too will make a change in the world around them by saying “Take my hand, I want to help you”.
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Nkanyezi Stimulation Centre
Nkanyezi Stimulation Centre are doing such important work in Orlando West, Soweto! They run daily stimulation programmes with 60 disabled children in the area.
Benches for 26 Western Cape Schools
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A whole bunch of kids got their hands painted and added their handprints to the benches which were donated to 26 preschools in the Western Cape.
Parkwood Recreational Area
A team of volunteers got involved with the Parkwood community and transformed this space into an awesome new soccer pitch!
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iThemba Projects is making radical change in Sweetwaters KZN!