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Latest Partnerships

Sparks Estate Cheshire Home Food Donation

#HopeIsPower – Sparks Estate Cheshire Home

Sparks Estate Cheshire Home, situated in Durban, is a registered welfare facility that provides care for 60 mentally and physically disabled residents. Established in 1979 and in existence for 40 years, the Home offers care to local communities.

Nurses At A Go, receiving their donation

#HopeIsPower – Nurses At A Go

This Marianhill based non-profit organisation was formed in 2008 by community members who cared for orphaned and vulnerable children. The organisation also has other programmes that include HIV/Aids awareness programmes, home-based care services and computer literacy, among the various other initiatives that they are involved in.

Newlands East Humane Society food donation

#HopeIsPower – Newlands East Humane Society

This organisation was founded by a group of dynamic women from Newlands East, who aim to support and give back to their community. Its services include the distribution of donated items, assisting survivors with their GBV cases and conducting prevention participatory training workshops and community support programmes.

Ukukhanya kweSizwe Community Project Handover

#HopeIsPower – Ukukhanya kweSizwe Community Project

The Ukukhanya kweSizwe Community Development is a non-profit organisation in KwaMashu that focusses on an array of factors that contribute towards holistic community development. These aspects include educational development, women and children development, and health programmes.

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