Family Enrichment Programs

We believe that the key to empowered children is empowered families. We therefore work to identify the needs of each of household relating to the Project Hope program through their children, and implement parenting workshops. This year is on Mandela Day, 18 July in partnership with FNB through their First Rand Volunteers, Project Hope hosted a Financial Literacy Workshop to 50 families in the impoverished communities of “Vastrap” and “Sewende Laan” in Booysens Park, Port Elizabeth.

Mandela Day 1
Mandela Day 4
Mandela Day 3
Mandela Day 2

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Donated R 12 000 towards renovating classrooms we use at Helenvale Primary School and Chatty High School. Donated R 3 000 towards various items at Helenvale Sunday School Outreach.
Donated R 10 000 worth of various items including food, clothing, stationary.
The UPS Foundation donated $20 000 towards the renovation of a kitchen and pantry.
Donated grocery hampers to 50 families and hosted a Financial Literacy Workshop on Mandela Day 2015.
IP Dynamics
Various cash donations in excess of R 10 000
Project Hope