Reaching out in Rosendal

Tshepo Generation

Tshepo Generations

Up to 120 needy children in Mautse are taught 3 times a week in a safe environment with academics, play and food. Working together, we prepare balanced meals, play games, do puzzles, read stories and engage with the children about their lives. 

We also offer homework support and some tutoring for the older children. This initiative is situated on the Global Gate premises and is known as Tshepo Generations. Money, food, clothes, books and toys are received with great gratitude and used to radically change the lives of the children.

If you would like to get involved in any way, offering your time, collecting items or to make a donation, please contact Charmaine on 082 340 9393 or

Cluny Animal Trust

Cluny Animal Trust

The Cluny Animal Trust is an independent, non-governmental veterinary welfare organisation established in 2011 to serve the needs of animals owned by impoverished residents of the Eastern Free State.  The Trust stems from Dr Katherine Barker’s sterilisation programme, established in 2004, and is currently run from her small private veterinary clinic in Fouriesburg. The ongoing care of animals is a major part of their work. This involves sterilisation, deworming, inoculation and preventative measures against ticks and fleas. However, all veterinary procedures are available.

The Trust comprise a small force with an enormous task.  They are really grateful for any offers of time, effort or even ideas to help raise funds for their work, promote our cause, and to assist with outreach projects. The cost of vaccines, deworming medication, tick and flea treatments and dips, and veterinary drugs and supplies necessary for the day-to-day work of the Trust amounts to many thousands of rands. Financial contributions are essential to ensure our ongoing projects can be sustained.

Please contact them if you would like to assist.

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