- Physically and Mentally Challenged
- Home for the Abused
- Home for the Elderly
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Gift of the Givers donates aid to The Open Circle in Maitland Western Cape.
The Open Circle, a group home/step down care facility catering specifically for adults with an intellectual disability who often display challenging behaviour. The Open Circle came about in 2008 when a group of concerned parents and care givers got together. They shared the desperate need for a residential careRead more
Usindiso Ministries provides shelter for abused women and children as well as a home for the homeless women and children. They create an awareness about HIV/AIDS, Human Rights and their rights as women by offering workshops. The women are also get taught lifeskills and handcrafts whilst the children are sent to school.
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The Athlone School for the Blind is situated in Bellville South in the Western Cape and currently has 410 children who are blind, visually impaired and some who have multiple disablilities. AllRead more
There are many things in life that we take for granted, one of them being our physical abilities and by thanking the Almighty for all that He has blessed us with, we felt that it is our responsibility to make a difference in the lives of those who are physically challenged.
In December 2011, we distributed parcels for Scouts Day, in return the 1st Wetton Scouts Group handed these to the Sunrise
Reamogetswe Day Care Centre in Bela Bela takes care of disabled children over the age of 16. They provide skills development training to stimulate their minds and enable them to sustain themselves. Sewing, beading, baking and gardening are among the training the centre offers. Meals are prepared daily for the children by a women who herself is disabled and bound to a wheelchair.
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Pietermaritzburg Association for the Aged in Northdale offers a range of much need services to the frail and aged in the surrounding areas. The Senior Citizens Club on the PAFTA premises acts as a social hub to any pensioner wanting to be part of the very entertaining programme offered. From a daily exercise routine to light sports, a sewing club, games and even to the planning of vacations both