Hand of HopeHand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Hand of Hope's goal is to help as many hurting people as possible, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith. Partnering with other organisations allows Hand of Hope to strategically apply the generous donations from friends and partners to the areas they're needed the most.
Phone: +27 (0) 21 701 1056
TREETREE (Training & Resources in Early Education) is a non-profit organisation that specialises in Early Childhood Development (ECD) and Resource & Training. TREE's vision is to ensure that young children develop to their full potential in line with their rights and needs. Since 1984, the organisation has been assisting adults, mostly women, from small disadvantaged communities to provide South Africa's children with access to ECD programmes that promote and solidify children's holistic development, support, health and welfare.
Phone: +27 (0) 31 579 4711
Flying for LifeFlying for Life is a unique Public Benefit Organisation that uses aviation to provide Help, Hope and Healing to rural communities that are not easily accessed via road. We use small aircraft to fly key development stakeholders and resources into these communities regularly and in doing so, address poverty in a sustainable way. We operate in South Africa and are currently supporting destitute communities in Mutale Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo.
Phone: +27 (0) 11 659 2880
Ekukhanyeni Relief ProjectEkukhanyeni Relief Project runs complementary community-based projects focusing on Early Childhood Development and Food Security in impoverished informal settlement communities in the City of Johannesburg’s Region G. Ekhukhanyeni lovingly uplifts 1 300 special little children with early education and empowers their inner circle of caregivers at partnered Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDC) with various support and skills development packages. Skills packages also include the provision of AgriSETA accredited training workshops in Permaculture Design to empower adult community members on ECDC, household and larger agri-project level to transform barren earth into naturally grown food gardens that can feed, heal and provide opportunities for sustainable livelihoods.
Phone: +27 (0) 11 659 2880
The Unlimited ChildThe Unlimited Child (TUC), a registered Section 21 NPO, is a proactive initiative that directly promotes Early Childhood Development by supporting disadvantaged crèches and day-care centres through training and the provision of learning materials. This initial support is followed up through monitoring and ongoing mentoring by field workers who visit each crèche on a regular basis. A fundamental belief of The Unlimited Child Board and Team is that pre-school children learn most effectively through structured play.
Phone: +27 (0) 31 716 9600
BotshabeloBotshabelo, based in Midrand, Gauteng, is passionate about transforming children's lives through excellent education and residential care. Botshabelo has three projects: A Preschool run for underprivileged families in the area, a theoretical and practical Training Programme for teachers from impoverished communities such as Olivienhoutbosch, as well as a Babies Home that cares for children that have been abused or abandoned. Botshabelo reaches over 700 children weekly, as well as 15 preschool teachers.
Phone: +27 (0) 82 627 6866
Take ActionTake Action is a group of volunteers with the mission to give structure and provide a vehicle for mobilising people who want to express their faith through acts of kindness - bridging the gap between those in need and those with the hearts, time and/or material resources to help. Take Action's approach is practical and hands-on. The organisation helps and supports local ministers, community leaders, caregivers and institutions in poverty-stricken communities who are involved with serving their own communities. Take Action builds relationships with them and empowers them to help themselves and their communities in a sustainable way. Take Action is currently involved in six different projects in the Hammanskraal and Maubane rural communities.
Phone: +27 (0) 82 441 6298
Hands of CompassionHands of Compassion is a Christian Community headed by Ps Alan and Ps Xana McCauley. Started in February 1987, and based in Johannesburg, Hands of Compassion's emphasis is on Recovery, Restoration and Reconciliation. Projects include two registered children’s homes, a recovery programme for those struggling with addiction, disaster relief for those in need of food and blankets as a result of disaster or crisis, feeding projects in disadvantaged areas of Gauteng, a place of safety for unwed mothers, a chefs training course, a fully equipped health clinic providing free services to residents of the area.
Phone: +27 (0) 82 627 6866
CityHopeCityHope started in KwaZulu-Natal in 2012 with the vision of ‘assistance & upliftment to educational facilities in previously disadvantaged areas’. CityHope is currently operating in three communities in the upper Highway area. The overriding focus in Embo (Hillcrest) is education, working with Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres and a local high school. In Camperdown Informal Settlement (Cato Ridge) and Chesterville (Westville), the focus is on a feeding scheme, which includes helping some of the local ECD centres with JAM porridge and providing uniforms and school bags for these children at the beginning of each year.
Phone: +27 (0) 83 324 9936
The Domino FoundationThe Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that creates essential structures geared to meet the needs of the vulnerable and impoverished in communities. The majority of projects are currently impacting the Amaoti community north of Durban. The Domino effect is achieved through focused interventions which include a Babies’ Home, Feeding Programme, Early Childhood Development Programme, a Literacy and Life Skills Programme. The organisation believes in changing a life, changing a community, changing a nation…this is the Domino effect!
Phone: +27 (0) 31 563 9605
Focus on iThembaFocus on iThemba is an accredited non-profit organisation restoring hope in children’s lives. Located in KwaZulu-Natal, this innovative organisation is driven by five core pillars: the iThemba Academy provides excellent Foundation Phase schooling for disadvantaged children; the iThemba Homes offer quality foster care homes for vulnerable children; the iThemba Community uplifts crèches in the Valley of 1000 Hills; the iThemba Campus celebrates our indigenous flora & our iThemba Friends & Donors sustain the good work that occurs here daily.
Phone: +27 (0) 31 710 1800