Past Charities

Over the years we have donated to the following Charities.

Sabrina Love Foundation
(Click this link to access their web site)
This charity is in Plettenberg Bay

 

 

 

NAME OF ORGANISATION – Creating Effective Families

 

 

 

 

 

Pastor Allan Jubber and his wife Selena opened Born Free Ministries in Plettenberg Bay many years ago.

He does extensive missionary work amongst the underprivileged in the surrounding area. He and his wife run a soup kitchen in three different areas, namely Mandela Park, The Craggs and Bossiegif. They feed over 5,000 people a week.

They are totally reliant on charity and hand-outs. Woolworths is a big sponsor for their cause. They receive all the “sell by date” food from them. This they distribute amongst the needy.

On 29th August 2010, the Ulysses Garden Route Chapter donated goods to Born Free Ministries with proceeds from the 2010 Whale Rally, to assist them with their plight.

Sinethemba provides a safe caring environment for children living on the streets. “SINETHEMBA”, which simply means “We Have Hope”, is now in its 7th year of operation.

Sinethemba operates as a day care drop-in centre (accommodating 30 children aged 6 – 18 years). 2 daily meals are provided for the children, and activities including literacy, numeracy, card-making, cookery, gardening, sport and life-skills.

On 1st August 2010, the Ulysses Garden Route Chapter donated goods to Sinethemba with proceeds from the 2010 Whale Rally, to assist them with their plight.

 

The ACVV’s main aim is to create a home environment where caregiving of high quality can be enjoyed, in a safe & affordable way, with the residents’ welfare as highest priority.

These two homes take in elderly from all races, who are weakened & need caregiving. There are 80 residents who receive 24 hour caregiving, which include meals, daily washing of bedding & clothing.  The Governing body consists out of 9 volunteers who are involved with the functioning of the homes and the extra fundraising to supplement the subsidy shortfall.

On 14th August 2010, the Ulysses Garden Route Chapter donated goods to ACVV with proceeds from the 2010 Whale Rally, to assist them with their plight.

Knysna Alcohol and Drug Center provides program for the prevention, treatment, reintegration and aftercare services in respect of substance abuse.  This is achieved through education, awareness and training in substance abuse to communities and persons of all ages in Plettenberg Bay, Knysna, Sedgefield and surrounding areas.

On 29th August 2010, the Ulysses Garden Route Chapter donated goods to KDAC with proceeds from the 2010 Whale Rally, to assist them with their plight.

Die Sterreweg is a special day-care centre in Plettenberg Bay for children with special cognitive & physical disabilities. The project was set up in 2007 by a Belgian N.P.O., DREAMCATCHER, in partnership with Sabrina Love Foundation & Knysna Assoc. for Persons with Disabilities.

The children receive special guidance & are offered individually adjusted training program to stimulate motor, social & communicative skills & to enhance self-reliance. Die Sterreweg also functions as a resource centre for parents with physically/mentally challenged children who live in the area.

On 29th August 2010, the Ulysses Garden Route Chapter donated goods to Sterreweg with proceeds from the 2010 Whale Rally, to assist them with their plight.