The Choc Childhood Cancer Foundation does a crucial job in helping children with cancer and their families. It works with a six-step Circles of Care programme.
The 10 young designers at Soulart recycle waste, turning it into artful, sought-after items. They work under the genial eye of founder Brian Sibusiso Mokhachane, who says his initiative is helping to create jobs and tackle drug abuse and littering.
An inspiring project is giving hope to prisoners at five correctional facilities by teaching them horticultural skills. And the proof is in the pudding: fewer people who have gone through the programme return to prison. Instead they concentrate on getting their lives back on track. And that’s “how we measure our success”.
The Emma Animal Rescue Society helps poorer pet owners look after their animals, providing healthcare, petcare education and rescuing abandoned animals.
Cherlyn Tshabangu is determined to get drug dealers out of Krugersdorp, and rehabilitate and educate drug-addicted underage sex workers and reunite them with their families.
The Home of Hope is an autonomous, self started and inclusive shelter for the rehabilitation of girls who have been lured into prostitution through the promises of jobs.