eGoshen Kids Club is located in Elandshoek, a small rural community where many unemployed and seasonal workers are settled, situated near our Church Unlimited Kaapschehoop location. What is unique about our partnership with eGoshen is that this centre is led by a local church called Uniting Reformed Church Elandshoek.
Centre founder, Pastor Samuel Chauque has been a long-time friend of Church Unlimited and active in his community for many years. He has great expectations for the future and has plans for a “never ending garden” to help feed the vulnerable children and even sell veggies to sustain his centre.
The Mpakeni Life Centre’s focus is to grow and equip their team to ensure that the vulnerable children in this community are cared for well. Click the “Read More” button to learn about a recent success story in their community.
Tekatakho Disabled Care Centre (TDC) cares for orphaned and vulnerable disabled children and adults from the Kabokweni and surrounding communities. TDC has opened up many opportunities for therapists and other medical professionals to live out the Sinani mission.
What once started as a Friday afternoon Club, has now blossomed into a fully operational life centre. Being situated just a stone’s throw from Church Unlimited White River allows for convenient access to live out the Sinani mission.
Zwel Kids Club is most known for the successful bicycle club that has been featured on ETV and other national news outlets. They have had an annual Zwel Challenge, which is a mountain bike event that involves the children, the local and larger Lowveld communities.
Oakley Hope Centre is situated just past Mkhuhlu, outside of Hazyview. The life centre serves 100 children from Monday to Friday. This community struggles with finding clinics that are close enough to help them. For this reason, we would like to get a mobile clinic service started.
Granite Hill, also known as Madlidlinini, is a very poor community just outside Mbombela, approximately 4km from the N4. Church Unlimited Mbombela members, Fabio Lucas and Eugene Wessels planted a church after a need arose to share the gospel in Portuegese.
The community of Oshoek faces many challenges which increase the vulnerability of children. A lack of access to suitable health care, unemployment, lack of food security, prostitution and teenage pregnancy are all contributing factors.
The care workers of Chisomo Community Based Organisation (CBO) continue to be a bright light in their community of Maonde, as they serve the most vulnerable children in very personal ways. Several care workers have brought children into their homes to care for them.