Enduduzweni Community Care Centre
Practising Christian Outreach Trust collects sell-by-date food from retailers and distributes it to the hungry in rural Ndwedewe which feeds about 280 – 300 people mothers and grandparents with orphans six days a week – each supports families of four to twelve members
what we do
- We provide psychosocial support in a form of nutrition, clothing, mental stimulation and educational support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and children from an indigent background. We also actively support individuals and families infected and affected by HIV and AIDS.
- The centre has a beneficiary enrollment of 130 children and the Department of Social Development funds provision of nutritional support and school uniforms for only 15 children.
- The centre plays an active role in addressing poverty alleviation by teaching basic life skills, building resilience amongst youth and transcending basic care through the provision of psychosocial support.
How the Orphan Fund helps
Rhe Orphan Fund provides food vouchers quarterly to supplement what the DSD can’t Provide.
How you can help
- Car donation for the easy attending to administration matters.
- Outdoor playing toys
- Recreational equipment (sporting equipment for different sporting codes)
- Office and educational equipment (heavy duty printer, computers/laptops, stationary)
- Clothing and food donations