KIN Culture – this is home

KIN Culture is a faith based organisation where orphans and vulnerable children are given a home and a bright future. We believe that a safe environment and a family atmosphere are crucial to every child’s development. KIN Culture will operate as a village. Every child will be placed in a loving home with parents and siblings. Children will have access to world class opportunities and facilities through means of education, sport, culture and a community of activities. We will build a self-sustainable village that will be a model of excellence and community life. Orphans and vulnerable children are a real issue in South Africa and the world. At KIN Culture we believe that collaboration between government, business and church could become a real solution for the plight of orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa and the world.

KC_logo_home3

How do I get involved?

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. – Winston Churchill
Get involved now
Create Awareness
Volunteer
Donate
Corporate Sponsorship

Online Shop


KIN Culture products are best defined as designing with humanity. Each product has a story. A story of collaboration, inspiration and hope. We value creativity in the people of our nation and the potential of communities to unlock futures. Our products are handmade in South Africa with quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. We believe in products with a cause. Every item you purchase is an investment in orphans and vulnerable children.

Visit our online store here.

Latest Kin Culture News and Events

luvo manyonga Inspired by Luvo Manyonga August 14, 2016The Olympics are here! Rio 2016 has delivered a buffet of memorable performances and inspirational stories to match. One particular athlete’s journey has caught our attention, that of Luvo Manyonga. He is a South African long jump athlete who just added an Olympic silver medal to his list of achievements. In his own words, this […]

Read More
KIN Culture The Next Best Thing The Next Best Thing July 31, 2016As a nation, South Africans are no strangers to “lending a helping hand” or even just cracking a joke with the cashier. After all, ‘Mandela Day’ has its roots in our soil. We just spent the last month hearing, doing and possibly wondering about our 67 minutes. Its been on the radio, in the papers […]

Read More
KIN Culture Mandela Day Cape Town contributes for Mandela Day July 30, 2016Activists often appeal for the contributions of many individuals to make the world a better place. “If everyone gave R 100” or “80% of this and 20% of that” would make the world a better place. Over the last few weeks KIN Culture ran a My School/My Village ‘sign-up drive’. In the weeks leading up […]

Read More
Cultivating Community at KIN Culture Cultivating Community July 23, 20161. a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. 2. the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes and interests in common.
”the sense of community that organized religion can provide” The word community seems to be a buzzword among people like me, those who are desperately trying […]

Read More