A LOVING COMMUNITY RAISING VULNERABLE CHILDREN TO WHOLENESS

WHAT WE DO?

HELP RAISE R50K FOR IKHETHELO

DONATE R50 WITH ZAPPER TODAY!

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JOIN US FOR

THE BIG
EASTER EGG
HUNT

7 APRIL 2017
10am-12:30pm
@ Ikhethelo
( R15 per child )

How You Can Help

We love working with others, joining hands, and expanding what all of us are capable of. Take some time to think about what you have to give and let us know.

Here are some ideas!

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1. VOLUNTEER

There are so many ways to give of your time! Whether you want to be a mentor, foster a child through the holidays or on weekends, or live at iKhethelo for a few months, there are so many ways you change a life!

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2. GIVE

Giving is a wonderful part of being alive! Whether you want to give in-kind donations, make a financial contribution, or buy something off our needs list, go for it! Every gift makes a difference.

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3. ADVOCATE

You can become an advocate for the children of iKhethelo within your sphere of influence. Whether it’s hosting a fundraiser or spreading the word about iKhethelo, you can contribute in an amazing way!

Trending

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CHILDREN HOUSED AT IKHETHELO

CARE GIVERS ( House Moms )

YEARS SINCE WE BEGAN

What they say about iKhethelo

Here a few quotes from our children, staff and volunteers.

” I am very excited because I have always been at iKhethelo around people that love me but now I am ready to start a new chapter as an adult ready to face world. “

– Pinky, Child at iKhethelo –

“If you’ve ever seen a sunrise or a sunset, you know that light is nowhere more beautiful than where it meets the darkness, and that’s the lingering image I have of iKhethelo. “

– Jen Gunnels, Volunteer –

“I was so happy when I came here because I had been doing all the cooking, washing, and taking care of my mother and siblings, which had meant I hadn’t been able to go to school for 4 years. I could now go to school, I felt loved, I was fed, and I was safe. “

– Ntonda, Child at iKhethelo –

“I know now that I am who I am because of iKhethelo.. “

– Zack, Child at iKhethelo –

“iKhethelo is a place of hope and healing. I have watched child after child come here shut-down, afraid, and burdened with responsibilities far too great for one so young. Within a few weeks they are happy children again on the road to becoming powerful, loving leaders with incredible futures. “

– Emily Jooste, Social Worker –