What We Can Offer

We offer programmes that assist with the development of  an individual as well as opportunities that will better their lives through sponsorship and funding.

What We Can Offer

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— Workplace programmes e.g. well being and fitness

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— Policy development e.g. HIV / AIDS

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— Basic counselling skills for key employees

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— Onsite day team building activities e.g. painting, gardening

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— Identify needy communities as further elements of CSI/CSR programmes

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— Secondments as part of CSI/CSR programmes or education

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— In-community town visits

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— Identify families for direct sponsorship

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— Branding opportunities

Our Workshops

Stress Management
Depression and suicide
Substance Abuse
Parent/Child Relationships
HIV/AIDS Education
Change Management
Personal and Time Management
Assertive and Self-Esteem Building
Organisational Development and Strategic Planning

Funding

Additional space for counselling services – we currently work with five people each sharing a small office and rotating clients * Financial aid for food parcels * Help raising awareness – this could be through patronage or media expertise * Ongoing financial support – to help ensure we continue to meet the needs of the community, email us so that we can share our Banking Details on: nomathemba@khanyafc.org.za

Our Challenges

5.7m* people in South Africa live with HIV AIDS. This is the highest number in the world. As a result of HIV AIDS there are 1.4m* orphans who often live in severe poverty as child or granny headed families in the townships. Both those infected and affected need support from counselling to physical aid.

15 years on, the emotional and mental impacts of Apartheid are still widely felt. From individuals who continue to live with the trauma caused  by the years of political violence through to those who struggle to cope having missed out on a full education.

Poverty is at the heart of many problems and while many efforts are made within South Africa to build a future where this is alleviated, there are immediate and desperate needs to be met through provision of food, clothes and care.

A 19 year old who has found out that his mother sold him as a baby and has since turned to drugs, unable to cope with the revelation and rejection

An immigrant from Zimbabwe trying to find a school for her child

A granny-headed family who buried the last of her five children two weeks ago and now has eight grandchildren to care for with no income

A 26 year old woman whose partner has just died of HIV AIDS. She has three children and is scared to get them tested

An illiterate 16 year old boy who has never attended school and is trying to find employment.