Who We Help

  • We work with a variety of beneficiary groups specific to our programmes. We have worked with Home from Home and the St Francis Outreach Trust as part of our pilot programmes in 2014, as well as the Ihata Shelter for abused women. It was a great privilege to get to know and work with these organisations – see a few of their testimonials below.
  • We completed 8 sessions working with youth from Yabonga as part of our HIV/AIDS Empowerment Programme in 2014 thanks to our first donor, The HCI Foundation.
  • We ran programmes with Home from Home (Youth at Risk), HOKISA (HIV/AIDS) and SA Children’s Home (Youth at Risk) from February 2015 thanks to further funding from The Rice Foundation Trust, The Graham and Rhona Beck Foundation, and the Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation, as well as a group from HOKISA. We have also recently completed a Caregivers programme with foster mothers from Home from Home and an Abused Women programme with Ihata Shelter.
  • In 2016 we worked with 10 organisations and 105 beneficiaries from the following organisations: Ihata Shelter, Childline, SAPS, Valkenberg Psychiatric Unit, Sisters Incorporated, Linawo Children’s Home, SA Children’s Home, Saartjie Baartman Centre, the Desmond Tutu Youth Centre and Rainbow of Hope
  • We also worked with the forensic social workers from the SA Police Service which was an incredible programme – what an inspiration those women are!



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