KIN Culture and Kibwe Kids presents a Fostering Conference that will be hosted on the 10th of March 2018 at Doxa Deo Langeberg Church in Durbanville, Western Cape.
For many people making a difference or contributing to the cause of children in South Africa might seem like a far off dream.
“I think some of the biggest lessons I have learnt about being a mom and about what I need to do to be the best I can be is that I need to live my life from the seat of love and service.”
The future of a generation is cradled in what we do with our freedom. One of the pillars of society is education.
Children are one of South Africa’s greatest commodities.
South Africa has approximately 5.4 million orphaned and vulnerable children. The need is clear.
Social responsibility has taken on a difference face in recent times.
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’.
The important role of fathers in the family and the community can hardly be overemphasized.
2015 seems to have flown by, it feels like the months were in a race to see who could get to December first.
Healthy communities grow healthy people. Geographical communities, schools, churches, humanitarian causes and various other organisations are all distinguished by the kind of people they produce.