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Abrina Esther House

Esther House, run by Ivon and June Grindley-Ferris takes in women and children who are abused, trafficked or who need to turn their lives around. The organisation has been in existence for 13 years and has helped over 5 000 women and children. They provide a social worker, family reconciliations in teen pregnancies, group and individual therapy, skills development, police assistance, medical treatment, accommodation, food and clothing.
Area of Work: Pietermaritzburg
Address: 4 West Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201
Contact Number: Tel: 033 345 5843
Cell Number: Cell: 072 713 1285
Email Address: ijestherhouse@futurenet.co.za
Website: www.estherhouse.org.za
Contact Person: June Grindley - Ferris
Abrina Esther HouseKwa-Zulu NatalPietermaritzburgChildren, WomenCounselling, Medical assistance, Safe house / shelter

Abused and Abandoned Kids Educational Excursions NPC

Being a Public Benefit Organisation incorporated as a Non Profit Company, Abused and Abandoned Kids Educational Excursions (often shortened to AAAKEE) provides educational excursions, as well as food and clothing sponsorships, to various homes for children who have been abused, abandoned, or orphaned.
Area of Work: Fairview
Address: Third Floor, West Wing, Buildex Building
Contact Number: 0116121247
Cell Number: 0769268241
Email Address: joy@aaa-kee.co.za
Website: www.aaa-kee.co.za
Contact Person: Joy Sarkis
Abused and Abandoned Kids Educational Excursions NPCGautengFairviewChildrenAwareness and Education, Counselling, Medical assistance

Agisanang Domestic Abuse Prevention & Training (ADAPT)

Founded in 1994, ADAPT is concerned with women that are affected by violence in the home and in the society. Services include: - crisis counselling - men's programme - legal advice and court preparation - youth and school's programme - community education programme
Area of Work: Wynberg
Address: 128 2nd Street, Oliver Tambo Community Centre, Wynberg, 2019 P.O. Box 39127, Bramley, 2018
Contact Number: Tel: 011 885 3305/3332
Cell Number: 011 786 6608
Fax Number: Fax: 011 885 3309
Email Address: adapt@worldonline.co.za
Website: www.adapt.org.za
Contact Person: Director - Irene Khumalo
Agisanang Domestic Abuse Prevention & Training (ADAPT)GautengWynbergCommunity, Men, WomenCounselling

AIDS Consortium

A networking HIV and AIDS organisation that provides services of training and advocacy to CBO's and NGO's working in the field of HIV and AIDS.
Area of Work: Braamfontein
Address: Omni Park, Block 1 Ground Floor, 66 Salor Malan Avenue, Aeroton, 2013
P.O. Box 31104, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2000
Contact Number: Tel: 011 403 0265
Email Address: info@aidsconsortium.org.za
Website: www.aidsconsortium.org.za
Contact Person: Director - Rhulani Lehloka
AIDS ConsortiumGautengBraamfonteinNetworkAdvocacy, Training

AKASOSHA MEN'S FORUM

we advocate for the disadvantaged victim of crime and violence in particular men and boys in order to build their self esteem and to show the society that not all men are perpetrators but they are also involved in the prevention of gender based violence against women and children
Area of Work: pretoria
Address: 877 block tt
Contact Number: 07630037788
Cell Number: 0762555654
Email Address: cadafyohboy@gmail.com
Website: n/a
Contact Person: sandile ndlangamandla
AKASOSHA MEN'S FORUMGautengpretoriaChildren, Men, WomenAdvocacy, Awareness and Education

Al-Fidaa Foundation White Door Centre

AL-FIDAA FOUNDATION WHITE DOOR CENTRE:Please note that while we have other departments/sectors in our organization,our application focuses on the White Door Victim Empowerment Counselling and Referral Centre MISSION: To develop, strengthen and monitor integrated victim empowerment policies, programmes and services at all levels through strategic partnerships within and between government and civil society. GOAL: The aim of the VEP is to provide a holistic and effective person centred support service for victims of violence and crime. Interventions of both preventative and curative nature are applied.
Area of Work: Port Elizabeth
Address: 239 Durban Road
Contact Number: 041 453 1222/ 041 484 1288
Cell Number: 0786277231
Email Address: alfidaa@telkomsa.net OR mohammed.matvad@gmail.com
Website: www.alfidaa.co.za
Contact Person: Mohammed Matvad
Al-Fidaa Foundation White Door CentreEastern CapePort ElizabethAdults, Children, WomenCounselling, Safe house / shelter, Skills training, Social Work

Alta du Toit Aftercare

Alta du Toit is a haven where intellectual disabled adults live and work.  The center is situated in Boston Bellville in the Western Cape.  The center caters for all communities and is fully BBBEE compliant.  We provide physical and nursing care to these adults and they take part in an established skills development program under the supervision of an occupational therapist to ensure optimal development throughout their adult lives.  Aside from the structured work groups, clients/customers can also participate in sports and social activities  
Area of Work: Bellville Cape Town
Address: 80 Lincon Street Boston Belleville
Contact Number: (021)913-2106
Email Address: mariaan@altadutoit.org.za
Website: www.altadutoit.org.za
Contact Person: Mariaan
Alta du Toit AftercareWestern CapeBellville Cape TownAdults, Men, WomenSkills training, Training

Amcare

A faith-based centre which empower communities to change their lives. Our mission - educating, informing and caring for the vulnerable in the communities in which we serve. To assist poor and vulnerable people that are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, victims of domestic abuse and people over 60 through social work services. Give training to empower unskilled persons. Provide Male Medical circumcision services.
Area of Work: Alberton
Address: 15 Heidelberg Road, New Market, Alberton
Cell Number: (082)337-5713
Email Address: marietjie@mscmedia.co.za
Contact Person: Marietjie Tame
AmcareGautengAlbertonAdults, Children, Community, Men, WomenMedical assistance, Social Work, Training

Amcare, Hannah House

Vision - A faith-based centre which empower communities to change their lives Mission - Educating, informing and caring for the vulnerable in the communities in which we serve so that they can uplift themselves To assist poor and vulnerable people that are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, victims of domestic abuse and people over 60 through social work services. Give training to empower unskilled persons . Provide Male Medical circumcision services
Area of Work: Ekurhuleni
Address: PO Box 36
Contact Number: 0118695856
Cell Number: 0824495210
Email Address: marihetinfo@amcare.org.za
Website: www.amcare.org.za
Contact Person: Marihet Infantino
Amcare, Hannah HouseGautengEkurhuleniAdults, Children, Men, WomenAwareness and Education, Counselling, Medical assistance, Safe house / shelter, Skills training, Social Work

Anex

Anex is a children’s rights, non-profit organization which concentrates its efforts on a number of related and inter-linked project areas intended to both prevent trafficking in children and child labour and enhance the response from role-players to trafficking. Anex has developed a comprehensive response to protect the right of children to be free from exploitation. In the first instance we focus on preventing exploitation from occurring, in order to protect every South African child’s opportunity and right to have a childhood that is free from trauma, and exploitation so that they can become the adults they were meant to be. VISION: A society where all children enjoy their full rights MISSION: To protect children from exploitation by strengthening communities through – • Developmental needs based programs for children, youth and families in vulnerable communities. • Preventative and responsive training and awareness raising on different forms of exploitation. • Advocacy, research and legal reform. OBJECTIVES: • Children and Families: To reduce the risk factors that could cause exploitation of children in communities through self-sustainable programs/projects • Training: To ensure increased capacity and effective, efficient prevention of and response to child exploitation • Advocacy, research and legal reform: To ensure there is a human rights’ centred legislative framework on child exploitation in the country and an adherence to international obligatio
Area of Work: Cape Town
Address: The Saartjie Baartman Centre
Contact Number: 021 638 5521
Cell Number: 083 587 3269
Email Address: anexchild@telkomsa.net
Website: www.anexcdw.org.za
Contact Person: Claudia Smit
AnexWestern CapeCape TownChildren, Community, WomenAdvocacy, Awareness and Education, Research

Angels Orphanage Projects

We care for orphaned and vulnerable children by providing shelter, care and education. We provide emotional and physical support to children and families in need. We also run an Early Childhood Development Centre where we provide children with stimulation and care and education so as to enhance physical and mental growth while providing stability and comfort for needy children. We also provide daily meals for the children at the Early Childhood Development Centre.

Area of Work: East London
Address: 37181 Phase 1 , Scenery Park , Chalmantom Street
Contact Number: 073 823 6212 / 078 859 7715
Cell Number: (073)823-6212
Email Address: angelsorphanagep@gmail.com
Contact Person: Xolelwa Yvonne Kilani
Angels Orphanage ProjectsEastern CapeEast LondonChildrenAwareness and Education, Counselling

Anoor Islamic Dawah Centre

Annoor is a safe haven for homeless people sick poor young and old people in the Klipspruit community and immediate surrounding areas. Annoor is run by Appah Latiefah for the last 15 years and have no permanent sponsorship. 

Area of Work: Klipspruit
Address: Street 129 san salvardoor; Klipspruit
Contact Number: (073)212-8674
Cell Number: (073)212-8674
Email Address: goesyn.mobile@gmail.com
Contact Person: Appah Latiefa
Anoor Islamic Dawah CentreGautengKlipspruitAdults, Children, Community, Elderly, Men, WomenCounselling, Training

asibavikele support group

MISSION To help and see HIV/AIDS orphans and vulnerable children are well serviced and grow up into emotionally and psychologically stable adults who are capable of enjoying life and lasting relationships OBJECTIVES To mobilize the development of local community networks and to support and protect orphans and vulnerable children and their families.
Area of Work: SHARPEVILLE
Address: 8831 ZWANE STREET
Contact Number: 0169851526
Cell Number: 0737031093
Email Address: asibavikele@telkomsa.net
Contact Person: Masse Mokhehle
asibavikele support groupGautengSHARPEVILLEAdults, Children, CommunityAwareness and Education, Counselling, Safe house / shelter, Social Work, Training

asrd

To support and implement Community project. We commit ourselves to assist all sectors of communities in our region. We are committed to build people's skills ,redressing economic and spatial imbalance from the past.
Area of Work: Keimoes
Address: springbok ave 1-3 Keimoes 8860
Contact Number: 054 461 0000
Cell Number: 0732009660
Email Address: n/a
Website: N/A
Contact Person: Sampie Beukes
asrdNorthern CapeKeimoesAdults, Children, CommunityAwareness and Education, Funding, Skills training, Training

Athlone House of Strength

The Athlone House of Strength (AHOS) is a shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. It provides a stable, caring and safe environment to the women and children. Services also include counselling through the The Vital Counselling Centre, a job skills centre and early learning centre.
Area of Work: Paarl Valley
Address: 1 Rosary Street, Paarl, 7646 P.O. Box 9116 Charleston Hill Paarl, 7646.

Contact Number: Tel: 021 862 9983

Fax Number: Fax: 021 862 9983
Email Address: ahos@softweb.co.za
Website: www.childrenofpaarl.com
Contact Person: Manager - Melissa Koopman
Athlone House of Strength Western CapePaarl ValleyChildren, WomenCounselling, Safe house / shelter, Skills training

Atlantis Coordinating Council for the Aged

Atlantis Coordinating Council for the Aged is a centre where the elderly in the community of Atlantis can come and spend the day knitting or doing arts and crafts. The elderly are transported to the centre if they are not able to get there themselves, at the centre they are given breakfast and lunch as well as a small snack. The Atlantis Corodinating Council for the Aged has a vision and mission to ensure that the elderly of their community do not go unnoticed and ensure that they are taken care of during the day.
Area of Work: Atlantis
Address: 6 Grosvenor avenue Avondale Atlantis
Cell Number: 082 085 5511
Email Address: Acca.aged@gmail.com
Contact Person: Martin DeVilliers
Atlantis Coordinating Council for the AgedWestern CapeAtlantisElderlySafe house / shelter, Skills training

Babuyile

Mission It is our mission to educate and train people within historically disadvantaged communities and ultimately give them access to the economy. People from disadvantaged township communities, who are currently primarily vulnerable women and children, must be able to overcome poverty no matter their race or gender. In order to do so we focus on training for youth, education for young children and access to primary healthcare for the community. We aim to empower vulnerable women and their children primarily so that they won't become victims of abuse. Services Currently our three main programmes are: 1. Early Childhood Development: to create a sustainable, positive and nurturing environment for children, through providing good quality Early Childhood Development schooling and basic healthcare. 2. Youth development: unemployed youth are trained in relevant skills that will improve their chances of getting access to the economy through either employment or as an entrepreneur. Our two strategies to fulfil this purpose are skills/ enterprise development and job creation. The adverse social effects of unemployment such as teenage pregnancies, drug & alcohol abuse, health problems and crime will be reduced by youth having sustainable employment. 3. Primary Healthcare Accessibility: through Mobile Medical Clinics we provide basic healthcare solutions primarily to the beneficiaries of our various projects and to the community at large. The clinics provide healthcare services in the following areas: mother and child, dental, HIV/AIDS prevention and optometry. Objectives Empower a minimum of 10.000 historically disadvantaged individuals annually within the townships of Johannesburg and Capetown.
Area of Work: Northriding
Address: Fancourt Office Park, Building 4, First Floor, Left Wing, Office E
Contact Number: 011 462 7431
Cell Number: 083 928 7002
Email Address: nick@babuyile.com
Website: www.babuyile.com
Contact Person: Nick Henry
BabuyileGautengNorthridingChildren, Community, WomenAwareness and Education, Medical assistance, Skills training, Training

Badisa

Badisa is a faith based social welfare organisation that provides professional social services. The organisation provides social services to ALL in need, irrespective of their age, gender, nationality or religion making it inclusive to all. BADISA has a rich history of more than 100 years in serving poor and vulnerable people in the Western-, Southern-, Eastern- and Northern Cape. The first “Christelike Maatskaplike Raad” was established in 1950 and the first Diaconal Services branch was established in 1960. Some of the programs were established more than 100 years ago, for example the Institute for the Blind in 1881 and the Durbanville Children’s Home in 1883. BADISA was founded on 1 April 2003 when the Social Services of the Uniting Reformed Church (URCSA) and the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) were amalgamated into one organization. Badisa is a value driven organisation built on the four pillars of their values; commitment to serve, justice, excellence and stewardship/accountability. Badisa is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 011-891) and a public benefit organisation (PBO 930 006 348) and is committed to social development through 153 community based programmes in the Western-, Northern- and Eastern Cape. The programmes receive guidance from a management program in terms of service delivery, human resources, financial advice and overall management of programmes to ensure legal compliance, good corporate governance, supervision, consultation and practice leadership. Badisa covers a broad spectrum of social welfare services with four focus groups; children and their families, older persons and their families, differently abled persons and persons with substance abuse. SERVICE PROMISE Badisa promises to: - Serve people in need, irrespective of age, gender, colour or creed - Act justly in every respect - Provide excellent service in all regards - Act with integrity at all times, managing people, finances and assets provided to Badisa responsibly and honestly at all times. BADISA ORGANISATION OBJECTIVES The following objectives have been determined as part of Program Arend’s discussions and will be used for the communication strategy: 1. To develop and implement social welfare services according to the needs of the communities in which we operate 2. To institute and drive good corporate governance in line with the identity and values of the organisation 3. To maintain and strengthen Badisa’s relationship with the DR and UR churches and congregations and to develop a combined strategy for the missionary diaconate. 4. To recruit and develop well-suited staff and volunteers and foster an environment that drives excellent service delivery 5. To implement responsible financial management and administrative systems to ensure optimal and sustainable service delivery 6. To ensure the public, churches, corporates and other stakeholders become involved in the social development of our communities through marketing and networking Badisa launched a new logo on 23 February as part of a renewal process. We are in the process of implementation, therefor you will still see the old logo on documents and website.
Area of Work: Bellville
Address: 11 Pastorie Street
Contact Number: 021 957 7130
Cell Number: 083 708 2049
Email Address: abezuidenhout@badisa.org.za
Website: www.badisa.org.za
Contact Person: Annemarie Bezuidenhout
BadisaWestern CapeBellvilleAdults, ChildrenAdoption, Awareness and Education, Counselling, Safe house / shelter, Skills training, Social Work, Training

Badisa Kuilsriver

Badisa is a faith based social welfare organisation that provides professional social services. We provide social services to ALL in need, irrespective of their age, gender, nationality or religion making it inclusive to all. BADISA was founded on 1 April 2003 and is a values driven organisation built on the four pillars of their values; commitment to serve, justice, excellence and stewardship/accountability. Badisa is committed to social development through 153 community based programmes in the Western-, Northern- and Eastern Cape.
Area of Work: Cape Town
Address: 4 Mitchell street , Kuilsriver, Cape Town, Western Cape
Contact Number: (021)906-1881
Email Address: mw1kuils@telkomsa.net
Contact Person: Sumaree Isaacs
Badisa KuilsriverWestern CapeCape TownAdults, Children, Community, Elderly, Men, WomenAdoption, Awareness and Education, Campaigns, Counselling

Badisa Wynberg

Badisa Wynberg is a non-profit, designated child protection agency which provides social services focused on the care, social development and treatment of vulnerable children and families of all ages, race, sexuality and religion. Badisa Wynberg has the statutory obligation to protect children in accordance with the Children's Act from any form of abuse and/or neglect. Annually the organisation receives 2500 new referrals of vulnerable children and families, assess 800 children at high risk, manage more than 50 children’s court inquiries, supervise 180 foster families and assist 40 families in reintegration. The organisation focuses on equipping families to function independently and add value to the community.
Area of Work: Southern Suburbs
Address: 4 Salisbury Road
Contact Number: 0217612671
Cell Number: 0825849290
Email Address: tania.nell@vodamail.co.za
Website: www.badisawynberg.org.za
Contact Person: Tania Nell
Badisa WynbergWestern CapeSouthern SuburbsAdults, Children, CommunityAwareness and Education, Counselling, Social Work, Training
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