Posts tagged with ‘KwaZulu Natal’

4Kids is a “virtual village” of ordinary people, like you and I, who make a huge difference in the lives of orphans and other vulnerable children. Website: www.4kids.org.za Email: 4kids@thandanani.org.za Tel: 072 2299 406

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The Wellness Centre assists homeless & destitute people back into society by providing ID’S, discipleship, skills development, healing & prayer. Website: www.thewellnesscentretrust.co.za Email: karen.donkin2@gmail.com Tel: 0724766939 Twitter Facebook

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We supply washable sanitary pads to rural school girls to keep them in school so they can get their basic education. We offer a full education on puberty, menstruation, personal hygiene and how to care for their Subz Washable Pads. Website: www.subzpads.co.za Email: sue@mallards.co.za Tel: 0836618963 Facebook

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The Access to Justice Association of Southern Africa

Registered NPO, an association of professionals committed to contending for Peace and Access to Justice for all through the provision of integrative legal services, alternative dispute resolution, restorative justice peacemaking and economic and sustainability initiatives. Website: www.accesstojustice.co.za Email: sheena@accesstojustice.co.za Tel: 0614915314 Twitter Facebook

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iPhepha Beads

iPhepha Beads (Paper Bead Jewellery) was started in October 2011 as a community empowerment project with a number of self-help groups of vulnerable people, most of whom are women and youth, from the misty Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The Beaders upcycle paper from well-known brand name cardboard boxes, magazines, calendars, brochures and other paper, creating beauty out of waste. […]

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LOTS (Life Orientation Through Sport) is a non-profit organisation with the ambition to create equal opportunity for the youth of KZN through participation in sport & physical activity. Lots encourages changes in how sport is delivered within schools and their local communities. We believe that sport offers the most valuable platform for educators to relate to the youth & assist […]

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085-038-NPO PBO 930 045 482 Funda Nenja, which roughly translates from isiZulu to ‘learning with the dog’, is a community based initiative operating in the Mpophomeni township near Howick in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. The initiative started in 2009. Our aims: Assist in psychosocial development of community children by building self-esteem, encouraging self-discipline and goal setting and raising awareness about life […]

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