Showing posts from March, 2016

Wings of Support use their expertise in getting VOH ready for new registration Friday 11 March 2016

Wings of Support arrive enmasse to get Village of Hope ready for action Village of Hope has been providing a safe haven for children at risk since 2009. A 12-bed loving home for vulnerable children, located on farmland in the rural town of Grabouw.  Village of Hope is a temporary place of safety while the parents get back on their feet or until a more beneficial permanent solution can be found. V illage of Hope is soon going to be registered by the Department of Social Development as a temporary place of safety for vulnerable children. Tim Afrika, Village of Hope Project manager welcomed the group of 35 Wings of Support volunteers.   Wings of Support is a private initiative of KLM employees. Wings of Support bring about sustained improvement of the quality of life of children in their own environment. The airline staff regularly stay in countries, where they visit appropriately selected projects to offer maximum support.   Wings of Support contribute their skill

Let's cherish the children of our nation! Psalm 127

by Kate Christie  Project Manager Agape Educare and Founder of Thembalitsha Wednesday 2 March 2016 was an exciting day for Agape Educare, Asanda Village Nomzamo After years of working together and building relationships, Thembalitsha Foundation officially adopted the pre-school as one of its projects. The head office of Thembalitsha foundation is in Lourensford Street, Somerset West.  The  foundation runs nine projects in the Western Cape: the School of Hope - Mowbray, Themba Training -Crossroads, Graceland Pre-School - Devon Valley, Mama Themba -Macassar and Helderberg Hospitals, Village of Hope - Grabouw, Themba Care - Grabouw and Educare Grabouw, and now Agape Educare and another new project Thembalitsha Adelaide to be launched in May in Adelaide Eastern Cape.    Guests at the opening included our VIP’s, the ninety children aged 6 months to 6 years from the local community, our eminent teachers, Mr. Matha, the ward co