Every donation we receive helps us to take rural South African Children on a Path out of Poverty. From education, to food and clothing, blankets and toys, and just providing them with a safe place, we ensure that these children are given the best chance to succeed.Read more
SPONSOR A CHILD
Sponsoring a Child is all about helping African children to escape the many ‘poverty traps’ that they find in their lives. For just R125 a month you will be able to assist our rural children as they try to blossom and grow into educated and responsible citizens.Read more
DO IT FOR CHARITY
Do It 4 Charity is a website that allows anybody who wants to run, walk, paddle, swim or cycle for charity to set up their own fundraising blog on their website free of charge – and then encourage friends, family and business colleagues to support their efforts.Read more
A BOX OF BLESSINGS
For R350 we can give each family a substantial boost to get them through the difficult times between the various harvests. The contents of a Box of Blessings includes staple food items and any small items that we have been storing up during the year.Read more
The Path Out of Poverty (POP estab.1998), the Trust’s principal programme, is the development model we have created using Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) strategies to transform
Help the Rural Child is a chain of charity shops that support the Goedgedacht Path out of Poverty Rural Youth Centres. Few people give much thought to rural children. They are usually
Every ambition starts with a challenge. At Care for the Planet, our challenge is food security: ensuring that sufficient, safe and nutritious food is physically and economically
It started with a Box of Blessings, and look what a Blessing it turned out to be.
Tannie Sanna lives in a twilight world of soft white light in the day and deep darkness at night. She is blind. She lives alone on a remote Cape farm where her cottage has no running water and no toilet. The other families on the farm
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Make a contribution to the transformation of impoverished rural communities
The Trusts aim has been to develop a creative, effective, sustainable and replicable model for community development in rural areas, which offers children and youth safe spaces and opportunities to break out of the cycle of poverty that have trapped their families for generations.