Crisis Centres

These centres are located at hospitals where the Social Worker on site does trauma containment ,to prepare victims for the forensic medical examination and the victim receives further medical treatment and counselling.

This process, in a safe comforting environment, allows victims to become survivors.

Where are Centres located?

  • Tshepong Thuthuzela Care Centre Bloemfontein National Hospital
  • Bongani Thuthuzela Care Centre Bongani Hospital Welkom
  • Phekolong Thuthuzela Care Centre Phekolong Hospital Bethlehem
  • Elizabeth Ross Victim Support Centre Phuthaditjhaba
  • Nketoana District Hospital Reitz
  • Tshebe Hospital Victim Support Centre Harrismith

Heidedal & Mangaung Afterschool

Our Afterschool programmes (based at our satellite offices in Heidedal & Mangaung) provide a safe space for children to do homework, enjoy recreational activities and also be taught some essential life skills. The Afterschool programmes are manned by previously unemployed community members trained to become skilled Child and Youth Care Workers.


We need your help: Baby Room

We need your help!
Our social workers need to make sure that all children are living in safe and protected conditions. Sometimes, these conditions are found to be unsafe. 
We have an urgent need to have a room readily available at our main building in Aliwal Street in Bloemfontein, so that if children are waiting, they will have a bed to sleep on, clothes and all the necessary items needed to keep them comfortable.

Please see our needs on the image below.

If you would like to donate one of the items you can drop it off at 54 Aliwal Street, Arboretum, BFN.

Annual Report 2017/2018

This is where you will be able to find the Annual Report for 2017/2018.

Click on the cover image below to download the PDF or read the annual report online.


Annual Report 2017/2018

Spin for Them 2018

 Thank you to all the cyclists who took part in the “Spin for Them” event this year!!

Our six children will benefit greatly from your participation!

Here are the profiles of the children you can ride for this year: 

Food Parcels

Have you ever been hungry? Have you ever struggled to provide for your family’s basic needs?


It is difficult to address other problems when a family is hungry so please remember us when you do your grocery shopping.

Suggestions for a food parcel:  maize, tinned food, soup, pasta, peanut butter, oil, rice, tea, coffee etc.

Drop your donations at our office or contact us

54 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein, 9301
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Ramatheola Jumble Sale

Ramatheola means ‘much for less’ and that is exactly how our jumble sale works.

Your second-hand goods can be someone else’s treasure and also help us to raise much needed funds. Any goods that are still in working condition, from linen, clothing, shoes, crockery cutlery and kitchen utensils are welcome.

Drop your donations at our office or contact us

54 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein, 9301
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Stationary Packs

Please donate stationery for our children

The importance of education should never be underestimated and meeting a child’s basic stationery needs goes a long way in achieving their educational goals. Stationery donations are used at our after-school programmes and given to children who need school supplies.

Suggestions for a stationary parcel: Crayons, pens, pencils, finger paints, paper, stickers etc.

Drop your donations at our office or contact us

54 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein, 9301
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