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.
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.
Over the next two weeks are expanding our efforts to the hustle and bustle of Jo’burg.
2014 has seen KIN Culture take shape. During the first half of the year we have taken KIN Culture to many boardrooms, offices and coffee shops.
We recently met with Timothy and Candice Lombardo. This Cape Town couple are passionate about adoption.
Home is a place where we are loved, where we feel safe, be ourselves, grow, eat, drink, play. Families and especially children take ‘home’ with them. How they feel, what they’ve experienced and whether they’ve been loved.
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.
Hearing about other’s experiences entertains, inspires and possibly leaves us with some food for thought at the end. Willem gives us a “dad’s view” account of the Le Roux family’s adoption journey.
KIN STORIES Le Roux Family KIN Culture values family. We are privileged to be connected to many volunteers, families and churches. We believe that family is the fabric of a healthy community, by which we are woven together. For this very reason adoption is at the top...
KIN Culture is built around family. We are privileged to share the story of our friends, Markus Celeste and Levi.
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.
The Olympics are here! Rio 2016 has delivered a buffet of memorable performances and inspirational stories to match.
As a nation, South Africans are no strangers to “lending a helping hand” or even just cracking a joke with the cashier.