Our community-driven programmes recognise that true change is driven by individuals learning to rely on themselves.
Our tools are hope, information, support and resources. By harnessing and sharing these, we can support orphaned children in foster homes, develop and improve daycare centres that appropriately stimulate impoverished children, teach young people life skills in after-school programmes, educate and train adults, as well as meet the needs of vulnerable senior citizens.
We provide expertise, material donations, financial assistance, education and peer support. We build buildings and renovate existing structures, distribute food parcels and provide access to medical care and government services.
We work with community leaders, teachers, parents, caregivers and families to provide the resources they need to achieve independent and fulfilled lives for themselves and those they care for.
We want to encourage communities in preventative health, focusing on health-conscious behaviour, disease prevention, physical well-being, nutritional and mental health as well as the management of HIV and AIDS.
Poor levels of education and literacy as well as a lack of skills all aggravate the problems of poor communities. Our focus is on coaching, training, building awareness and sharing information to change communities from within.
Millions of South Africans are profoundly poor and live in unrelentingly harsh conditions, making it difficult to look after those in their care. Through material donations and financial assistance, as well as guidance and legal support, we aim to make their jobs a little easier.