What we Do
We are a Crisis Home (Temporary Place of Safety). We work with children in Trauma - abused, abandoned and HIV infected, brought to us by the Police or Child Welfare.
We also offer assistance to families in need, with clothing, food, etc when the need arises.
Nkhosikhona was found in a sewerage drain at 11 days old. He had been in the drain most of his 11 days. A lady walked past the drain and heard a baby cry. She ran to the police station and the police called the ambulance to get the child out. He had maggots everywhere, in his ears, mouth, every hole in his body was maggotsRead More
I’m 6 months old. It’s New Year’s eve and very busy on the streets. We don’t have a house , because mom is on hard drugs, they call it sugars but it’s not so sweet as it’s sounds. Mom doesn’t have a job because of her drugs so she begs on the street to urn monies to pay for the drugs.Read More
Help us Help our Children
We are very proud to announce that our ‘Baby Safe’ has arrived after many years of prayer and hard work. This ‘Baby Safe’ is a means for mothers to ‘post’ her baby into a safe space instead of putting the baby into a bin, toilet, black bag, etc. The ‘Baby Safe’ has a control panel […]Read More
*BIG NEED: Nappies 3 and 4 and baby milk 1 and 2* BUTTER 10 kg Rice 5 kg Salt 20 Liter Long life Milk 20 kg Millie Meal 10 kg union 25 kg Machine washing Powder 5 kg tomatoes 10 cubs of 1 kg spread margarine 6 big rolls of refuse bags 5 liter Handy Andy […]Read More
On the 26th September, two of our teenagers took part in the CHOC Fundraiser. They had to have two outfits, traditional and evening (something with Gold). The preparation of the outfits of course fell on Mom’s hands. We fortunately were able to get a traditional outfit for Carmen made, which relieved me of that. Carmen’s […]Read More