MENstruation Foundation is a non-profit organisation that provides sanitary products to previously disadvantaged women and girls. Their aim is to end period poverty. We are grateful to have been able to contribute to a sanitary pad vending machine at Nyanga Police Station supplying the community of Khayelitsha.
Bonnievale Outisme Sorgsentrum is a house for autistic adolescents in the Cape Winelands District. The home supplies young adolescent boys with vital skills for daily living and ongoing education. It is touching to see a home where residents and carers have become family and where love is at the centre of it all. Autism is a tricky condition to navigate with strict routine and clear communication – which they have managed to intertwine effortlessly. We are grateful for the good work that they are doing in the lives of these young men and will continue to stand behind them.
The Paternoster Project NPC is a group of ambitious people from South Africa and Germany who have set themselves the task of giving the children of Paternoster a vision for their future, regardless of social and economic backgrounds. PAIN believes in this vision and contributes towards funding hearty lunchtime meals for the children of Hoopsig after-school care.
At PAIN we believe that prevention is better than curative treatment. Wellness Days are part of an initiative to educate the public and our communities about general wellbeing and conservative pain management.