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There is a saying in Africa ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ – this is our premise. It takes the contributions of us all to raise the children in our care.

As one of our platforms of care, Hearts of Hope provides a safe home for vulnerable children.

Hearts of Hope purchased a home in Wendywood and took occupation in December 2007. We currently care for 34 orphaned and vulnerable children, aged between birth and 18 years old.

Community Project
Community Project

Hearts of Hope have as a core value the principle of not storing up what we have. Rather, we pass on to our various networks products goods and services that we may not be able to use at any one time.

 

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Hearts of Hope
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A safe haven for 34 children in Wendywood, Johannesburg. Providing individual attention and intervention specific to each child’s physical, mental and emotional needs.

 

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Schools Projects
Schools Project

577 children are educated in Drakensberg schools through our support in the form of teacher training, resources and daily meals.
175 Children in Alexandra Township. St Martin’s Creche are assisted by our school renovations and maintenance.

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Small efforts make a huge difference

WENDYWOOD – Dynamic businesswoman, inspirational director of Hearts of Hope children’s home and family-orientated mother of three, Deborah van...
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AUG
2017

Helping Hearts of Hope with a Christmas in July

WENDYWOOD – The Transvaal Ski-Boat Club in Wendywood hosted a festive Christmas in July event in aid of Hearts of Hope on 1 July. The event...
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2017

Sandton Chronicle on Hearts of Hope

Hearts of Hope children’s home plays its part WENDYWOOD – Hearts of Hope is a children’s home committed to quality care in a safe haven for...

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