Partner charities who we have worked with include:
Amy Biehl Foundation: The Amy Biehl Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Cape Town that aims to develop and empower youth in the townships and contribute to community building efforts as a mechanism to reduce the levels of crime and violence in these areas.
Isiseko Educare Centre: Isiseko is a day care centre and registered non profit organization based in an underprivileged community of Cape Town. The centre was started by the wonderful and warm Mama Zoliswa Siko.
Dance For All: Dance for All provides children in historically disadvantaged communities with the opportunity for enjoyment, promotion of self esteem and empowerment through the medium of dance, as well as training professional dancers and developing a unique, indigenous dance company.
James House: Established in 1986 as a children’s shelter for abused and abandoned children from the community of Hout Bay, James House, 20 years later is one of the leading Child and Youth Care programmes in South Africa.
Abalimi Bezekhaya: And NGO in Cape Town, Abalimi Bezekhaya works to improve sustainable food production and environmental greening in underprivileged communities. Their focus is on skills development through training and supporting people and organisations who wish to practice organic horticulture and micro farming.
Lavender in Lavender Hill: Focusing on a crime-ridden Cape Town community called Lavender Hill, this NGO aims to support job creation and entrepreneurial empowerment.
Thokozani Brothers: Thokozani Brothers is a non-profit youth choir, which was established in 1997 by ten young men who started singing Isicathamiya – a traditional South African form of music. Thokozani Brothers was founded in response to the social challenges under which individuals in the community find themselves, especially the youth and young adults.