The Melkbos Care Centre is a Non-Profit Organisation with Public Benefit Organisation status that provides a facility for children in South Africa. It relies solely on the donations of individuals, companies and organisations to provide the care free of charge to underprivileged children.
The organisation provides services to orphaned and underprivileged children who come from homes affected by HIV/AIDS and substance abuse.
These children are given a safe place to go to and can rely on the caregivers and volunteers to assist them in the transition from a troubled childhood to being well-adjusted members of society.
The Melkbos Care Centre National Lottery bus transports 55 children to the various schools in Melkbos strand and Atlantis. In addition to this service, when children return from school, they are assisted with homework and studying for tests. Information is made easily accessible through the internet, which is made available for research purposes.
Melkbos also has a number of projects, which include:
- Get to school safe
- Stay in school project
- After care and extra-mural activities project
- Early Childhood Development project
- Look, Laugh and Learn project
The centre needs all the help it can get and welcomes donations of all kinds.
Here’s how you can help:
Donate food, sports equipment, educational materials or school uniforms.
Make a once-off donation
Sponsor a Child Programme for R200p/m
Assist with school transport at R50p/m
Volunteer by providing homework assistance, office assistance or through fundraising efforts.
Make a donation online. Banking details are available online here: www.ubunye.org.
Contact Melkbos Care Centre here: 021 553 0980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.