As a community we value cultural diversity and ultimately growing together. While we all might see and do things differently, we would like to share those experiences and encourage others to do the same.
As a nation, South Africans are no strangers to “lending a helping hand” or even just cracking a joke with the cashier.
Activists often appeal for the contributions of many individuals to make the world a better place.
The word community seems to be a buzzword among people like me…
June is an important month in South Africa. We just celebrated Youth Day on the 16th and also kicked off the month with ‘Child Protection Week’.
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Did you know that June is youth month in South Africa?
Adoption isn’t typically part of the everyday family’s plan, but God has a special way of planting the seed in one’s heart and allow time for it to grow.
Mother Theresa once said: “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.”
KIN Culture now deals in plastic too; that would be My School plastic.
Justice and community transformation is something everyone can contribute to.
KIN Culture is passionate about community and sustainability.
The important role of fathers in the family and the community can hardly be overemphasized.
Now, anyone who has followed KIN Culture for any amount of time might know that one of our aims are to merge local business with charity. Designing with humanity is part of our DNA.
KIN Culture is really happy to say that we are moving towards placing our first foster parents and children in their first home.
KIN Culture is a community focussed on sustainability.