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In-school support update
  • Before the kids were able to go back to school, the staff of Khula were very busy and active with weekly home visits. Basic education packs were given to the 100 in- school support children to encourage academic engagement throughout the lock down period. Primary caregiver equipping through education about COVID and activities to encourage interaction between them and the children have also been rolled out since level 4 of lock down.
  • On Friday’s, Khula is facilitating academic sessions in Cloetesville (weather dependent) – 11h00-13h00
In-school support needs
  • Basic stationery for the kids to make use of on Friday’s.
  • Volunteers (number of children to be facilitated is determined by how many volunteers are able to be there).
  • Clean recyclable materials for crafts:
    • Toilet rolls
    • Bottle with lids
    • Bread bags
    • Tins/ cans
  • Donations to cover printing costs.

You can donate to Kin Culture while shopping by adding them as a beneficiary on your Woolies or MySchool card and every time you swipe, they will receive a donation from Woolworths – at no cost to you.

Support the online Mandela Day Concert on the 18th of July.

  • Join Kin for this free concert and make a donation to show your Mandela day spirit.
  • Artists like Majozi Bouwer Bosch and Bottomless Coffee Band are all showing their support.
  • All proceeds will go to Kin Culture.

Donate a #1000cups4kin.

  • Kin are inviting you to donate your R25 that you would have spent on your morning ‘fix’ towards Kin Culture.
  • Our goal is to get people to collectively drink 1000 cups and raise R25000.
  • Your donation will also enter you into a draw for a coffee hamper to be won.
  • Follow these steps:
    • Donate your R25 here:
    • Share on social media alongside the link to donate and the hashtag #1000cups4kin (optional step).
    • Stand a chance of winning a coffee hamper.
  • Nappies and formula
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Petrol
  • Medication
  • Educational material or programmes
  • A doctor or relevant medical professional
  • A psychologist or psychiatrist
  • A social worker
  • A speech or play therapist
  • An educator
  • A carer or babysitter with the relevant police clearance (If you do not have the relevant certification, we can point you in the right direction)
  • Or if you have any other skills, please talk to Kin
  • Tupperware/containers that can be used to distribute food to on a daily basis
  • Non- perishable foods and vegetables towards the feeding programmes of the drop in centre arm of the organisation
  • Magazines and books for the in- house kids to use for activities and homework
  • Any good condition clothing for children from 7-18 years of age, both male and female


Serve Stellenbosch is a bridge between Christ followers and our partner organisations with the aim of equiping and mobilising them to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the poor and marginalised in Stellenbosch.

– In 2019 –

Active Volunteers

Rand Donated to Partners

On Prayer Teams

Our partners

Calling Academy, is a low-fee independent high school for boys in Stellenbosch that provides holistic, high-quality education aimed at low income learners. They currently have three grades (8-10) and plan to add a grade each year until they are a full high school from grade 8-12.

Khula Development Group identifies and supports vulnerable children, at risk of dropping out of primary school, to be re-integrated into the school system sustainably. They address barriers to attendance through home visits, primary caregiver support and holistic in-school support programmes.

Kin Culture places orphans and vulnerable children in homes with a family to love and nurture them. Their dream is to establish a self-sustaining community that will be a model of excellence and community life.

Youth Outreach (YO) is a child and youth care centre that runs two main programmes. They have a temporary place of safety for up to 20 children and a drop-in-centre, for up to 40 children, focused on prevention and early intervention for at-risk children in the community.

Who are we serving?

Our focus areas:

  • Vulnerable and orphaned children
  • Education

How are we serving?

We support our partners through:

  • Financial assistance
  • Volunteers
  • Prayer


We value the hearts at Serve Stellenbosch and One Hope. Prayer support has been awesome. Every time we have put out a call for volunteers, the challenge was taken up by the congregation. Helping to fix up our hub, helping at Family Feasts and support to attend the World Without Ophans Conference in order to become part of a global movement. Making yourselves available as a pick up point for blueberries. We love One Hope.

Agnes Barnard, Kin Culture

A massive thank you from Calling Academy for the incredible work you have done. Your willingness to assist where needed, open hearts to continuously give - time or resources - and the humility in which you serve has touched us deeply. Being served by you has been a reminder of God’s unmerited and underserved grace towards us! Thank you for always looking for ways to lighten our burden and your non-stop-effortless serving. You have enriched our lives by the way you have served us. We appreciate you, we are extremely grateful for you and it has been a joy being served by you.

Nerine Louwrens, Calling Academy

We are truly grateful for everything Serve Stellenbosch has done for Youth Outreach and we are excited to continue working together in the future. Together we are making a great impact in the lives of so many vulnerable children in Stellenbosch. Thank you so much. May God continue to bless you more abundantly.

Etienne Lehani, Youth Outreach

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