During the past 15 years of operation, we obviously faced a huge task. We, therefore, have only focused on a few of our main objectives.
- To develop and uplift the disadvantaged in the communities of Plettenberg Bay .
- To break the shackles of poverty and hopelessness through their own effort.
- To encourage the development of self-esteem and awareness of their own worth.
- To provide care, support and counselling for those who cannot help themselves, the young neglected women ,street and homeless children, the frail ,the aged,the disabled,PLHIV/TB and drug & alcohol abusers and any others who are in need.
We humble and honour to serve the communities.
We have also embarked upon networking with similar organisations, meeting one of our secondary objectives. We did a survey about the most critical need in the community and found the lack was proper nutrition; this motivated us to render the following services free of charge
Satellites Food Support
Providing food security to over 43 Satellites within the Garden Route of Western Cape Province. Plettenberg Bay to the vulnerable and key population groups that include the following: Disabled, PLHIV/TB Foster and Safe Houses, ECD centres, Frail Care, Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation centre, Churches and Transgender groups extra.
Veggie Garden Project
We created 7 food gardens and handover each year a garden to the owners to help them with food security and sustain their own livelihood. The fresh vegetables are also used to prepare nutritious meals at the feeding schemes.
Information and Communication Technology Services
We provide the following: Access to internet and email, Provide IT support, Drafting of CVs, Printing, Copying, Scanning and Emailing
Prevention of HIV,TB,STI's and Covid-19
Provide HIV Testing Services, TB and STI screening with existing client base who benefits from food security program HIV, TB and STI Awareness Condom Distribution IEC materiaal Distribution Implement Stigma& Discrimination Reduction Program Conduct Awareness and Education Program on Covid-19 to reduce the spread of the virus.
Food Parcel Distribution
We support vulnerable and 10% of the key population with 500 monthly food parcels working closely with the Westen Cape Health Department and Department of Social Development.