The Joshua Project

A contribution to benefit vulnerable children and youth – by assisting in the purchase of land, education equipment. This project actively encourages and strengthens ties with other community projects who support vulnerable children.

The Joshua Project is a safe haven for vulnerable children and children living on the street in Jeffreys Bay. The project, which was founded in 1998, functions as a drop-in centre for the children between the ages of 6 and 19 years, where they receive care, support, education, and training.

The contribution will benefit vulnerable children and youth of which 90% are from previously disadvantaged communities. The funds will go towards assisting in the purchase of the adjacent land to the current facilities; equipment to facilitate in educational support; and to assist with repairs and building maintenance.

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