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Supporting children with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders
CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation was established in 1979 as a support group to parents of children with cancer, by parents of children with cancer. Having experienced the immense emotional and financial toll that cancer takes they recognised there is more than one victim in the family of the child with cancer. Their aim was to ease the burden on parents facing the same journey by providing access to relevant, accurate information, as well as emotional and practical support.Visit Website
Ensuring the safety and independence of blind and partially sighted people using a guide dog as a mobility aid.
The South African Guide-Dogs Association (GDA) is part of an international movement which uses the aptitude and stable temperament of dogs to give safe and independent mobility and companionship to people who are visually impaired.Visit Website
A unique concept where youngsters are significantly involved in decision-making concerning their own affairs.
The name Girls and Boys Town is synonymous with the peer-group system of self-government – a unique concept where youngsters are significantly involved in decision-making concerning their own affairs.
Under the guidance of adults, the kids actually govern themselves, electing their Mayor, Councillors and Managers who make the rules and see that they are kept. This capitalises on the teenage desire to be admired and respected by their peers, forges great leadership skills and instills responsibility and values for life.
Improving levels of nutrition in impoverished communities through sustainable integrated income generating food security schemes
Operation Hunger aims to generate and provide training in self-sustaining, income generating projects that combat malnutrition, foster healthy living, encourage basic literacy and provide basic training in life and business management skills through the establishment of partnerships between caring, like-minded organisations and vulnerable communities.Visit Website
Helping children in South Africa thrive in their formative years
Cotlands is a non-profit early childhood development organisation addressing the education and social crisis by establishing early learning playgroups and toy libraries in under-resourced communities to serve vulnerable children aged birth to six.
Cotlands has been a beacon of hope for thousands of vulnerable children since 1936. Now operating in 5 provinces – Gauteng, Kwazulu Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape and Mpumalanga