In South Africa there is a great need for parents and families who can rise to the challenge and provide care for our nation’s vulnerable children. You could become a safety parent, foster parent or even choose to lend a helping hand to our families.

 

care [noun] 1. to attach value to a person and provide in their needs

 

FOSTER  PARENTS

SAFETY  PARENTS

In a society where children are often left to fend for themselves, safety parents become a beacon of light. Safety parents care for children during the first three months after intervention.

In order to become a safety parent you’ll need to do some of the following:

  • Apply for Police Clearance
  • Contact your local designated Child Protection Organisation to arrange for a screening and relevant forms.

At Kin Culture “we’re in this together”. Our parents on the village and those in our network do an amazing job day in and day out. Every now and then we like to spoil them with a cooked meal, help around the house or even take the kids for an ice-cream. We require volunteers who are keen to volunteer some of their time and are considering a long-term commitment.

 

HELP OUR  PARENTS

PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES

EDUCATIONAL: Special needs education is an important part of equipping our children for the future. Our aim is to have a school where we cater for a broad spectrum of needs.

 

PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES (more)

FOSTER  PARENTS

One of the pressing issues in South Africa is the need for foster parents. Once a proper assessment of the child’s background and circumstances has been completed they are placed in the care of a foster parent  through a legal process.

In order to become a foster parent you’ll need to do some of the following:

  • Apply for Police Clearance
  • Contact your local designated Child Protection Organisation to arrange for a screening and relevant forms.

SAFETY  PARENTS

In a society where children are often left to fend for themselves, safety parents become a beacon of light. Safety parents care for children during the first three months after intervention.

In order to become a safety parent you’ll need to do some of the following:

  • Apply for Police Clearance
  • Contact your local designated Child Protection Organisation to arrange for a screening and relevant forms.

HELP OUR  PARENTS

At Kin Culture “we’re in this together”. Our parents on the village and those in our network do an amazing job day in and day out. Every now and then we like to spoil them with a cooked meal, help around the house or even take the kids for an ice-cream. We require volunteers who are keen to volunteer some of their time and are considering a long-term commitment.

PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES

THERAPY: An aspect of childcare which often goes unnoticed is the need for therapy. In most cases orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) are subjected to severe trauma. Providing proper therapy means that emotional and psychological healing can take place to see them flourish.

MEDICAL: In addition to the need for therapy, the medical challenges our children face means that they often require multiple trips to the doctor and have to persevere tedious courses of medication.

EDUCATIONAL: Special needs education is an important part of equipping our children for the future. Our aim is to have a school where we cater for a broad spectrum of needs.

ARE YOU INTERESTED TO SERVE WITH KIN CULTURE?

Why not contact us for an appointment to discuss your involvement?

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