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Super moms


Our super moms Hearts of Hope have 148 children who have been loved and cared for by the wonderful moms we employ. As children are placed in their forever families, some are with us for a short time, some for longer. "Mother's hold their children's hands for a short while, but

Super moms2019-05-09T16:37:35+02:00

Pay Less Tax 2019


Pay Less Tax Janu-worry has come to an end we can help take the worry out of your tax break, due end of February! Invest in Hearts of Hope and help support our neglected children. HOW TO PAY LESS TAX WITH HEARTS OF HOPE DONATIONS? Donations to Hearts of Hope (PBO 930015347) are deductible

Pay Less Tax 20192019-01-31T11:22:08+02:00

Good News


Some good news stories for 2018 In a world filled with negativity and bad news, here are some heart-warming snippets of the miracles that our team help make happen, through their hard work, dedication, love and hope. Neglected, abused and abandoned children have arrived at our home - feeling devastated, lost,

Good News2018-12-14T13:11:31+02:00

Celebrating Our Achievements


Celebrating our achievements – 2018 at a glance: 365 – Days a year: The number of days we care for our children, 24 hours a day, 7 days week. 51 – Vulnerable children we have cared for in our home in 2018. 34 – The number of abandoned, orphaned and vulnerable

Celebrating Our Achievements2018-12-14T13:20:37+02:00

Staff Spotlight on our Mama Thandi


Staff Spotlight on our Mama Thandi Hailing from Swaziland and Mpumulanga, we introduce the patient and loving Mama Thandi, who is our full-time House Mother for the “Masingita” House. (“Masingita” means “Miracles” in Tsonga). Mama Thandi looks after 7 of our wonderful children, 3 sets of siblings and 1 little boy.

Staff Spotlight on our Mama Thandi2018-10-01T15:48:58+02:00

Our Fundraising Facts


OUR FUNDRAISING FACTS The past year has not been without its challenges. We receive 22% of our funding from government and the balance we have to fundraise for. The economic climate has reduced our donations from individuals by 23%. School fees and the increase in water and electricity costs result

Our Fundraising Facts2018-10-01T15:31:10+02:00