Social & Community Development


ACVV Paarl Valley

The ACVV is one of the oldest nonprofit organisations in South Africa with 115 branches accross the country. ACVV Paarl-Vallei is one of their child protection branches which renders services to vulnerable children and families, and the elderly. The also run an Early Childhood Development (ECD) centre.

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Hope Through Action Foundation SA

Hope Through Action uses sport to develop the physical abilities of young people, and to create positive life skills to enable them to cope with difficult realities. They coordinate various programmes from two community centres in Mbekweni and Franschhoek.

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Drakenstein SNAC

Drakenstein SNAC serves as an umbrella organisation that provides cohesive direction, creates linkage, facilitates information sharing, and actively advocates for community structures at local, district and provincial levels.

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House Andrew Murray

House Andrew Murray is a registered child and youth care centre which provides residential care to 150 children, who find themselves outside their family environment. The employees at House Andrew Murray care, support, protect and developm the children in their care through various therapeutic and developmental programmes.

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Kin Culture

Kin Culture builds and supports a community of loving, generous families to provide homes for orphaned and vulnerable children. They recruit foster families who get training, resources and access to a network of support.

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Mosaic Community Development

Mosaic Community Development provides orphan and vulnerable child (OVC) care by implementing a unique model that holistically supports, equips and empowers existing OVC families with their physical and emotional needs. They also have various social enterprises that provide job opportunities and generates income to support the families.

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Mbekweni Youth Development Programme

Mbekweni Youth Development Programme is a discipleship program that aims to change people’s lives through teaching values, life skills and Bible study programmes.

Rise Up With Advocacy and Action (RUWAA)

Rise Up with Advocacy and Action (RUWAA) promotes social accountability and human rights through citizen voice and action campaigns.

Ezrah Community Training and Development

Ezrah Community Training and Development promotes ethical service delivery and quality education where children matter. They coordinate various programmes like capacity building, leadership and strategic development, training and collaboration.

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RAHAB Ministry

Rahab Ministry reaches out to women caught up in prostitution, to uplift them spiritually and supporting them practically with health and administration.

Soutkorrel Ministry

Soutkorrel Ministry runs social and spiritual upliftment programmes to support vulnerable adults and children who live on farms in the Cape Winelands. They provide meals and discipleship programmes, as well as guidance to people with substance abuse challenges.


Ma’s vir Wellington is a nonprofit organsiation that cares, feeds and teaches 160 young children who cannot afford to be in a daycare programme or preschool. They offer discipleship programmes, education and nutrition; as well as special needs initiatives, all run by a team of community volunteers.

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Monte Christo Miqlat

Monte Christo Miqlat (MCM) drives transformation in communities by building peaceful families through a vast number of programmes. They run and maintain sports parks, playgrounds, afterschool programmes, a feeding sceme and an Early Childhood Development Centre, to name a few.

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Care Career Connection

Care Career Connection specialises in one-on-one career-orientated training and job placements for young adults with intellectual challenges. They work to ensure that anyone can be gainfully employed and integrated into mainstream society.

Elevation Programme

Elevation Programme gives hope to the unemployed by presenting life skills, offering skill development and job readiness programmes, and doing job placements.

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