Care & Community
While the children are in care, we provide 24 hour nursing care with a multi-disciplinary intervention focus which includes: physiotherapy occupational therapy speech therapy hydrotherapy special dietary meals spiritual services formal schooling crèche pre-school program recreational programmes Our spiritual services respect the religious orientation of each child in our care. … Continue reading
About St Joseph’s Home
History The Great Depression of the 1930’s had left in its wake a heritage of suffering, including significant numbers of disabled and chronically ill children living in destitute circumstances on the Cape Flats around Cape Town. In 1935, the Pallottine Sisters responded to the need and opened a Home for … Continue reading
Volunteering is simple enough. It’s about donating your time. In return you will meet new people, learn new skills, gain useful experience and real life work experience. You will also have fun doing so. At St.Joseph’s Home we have any number of opportunities for volunteers. Your involvement might range from … Continue reading
About St Joseph's
Most of our children come from informal settlements where clean water, electricity, sanitation and nutritious food are in short supply.
Do you want to donate to a specific project? Have a look at our Appeals page where you can select one, or leave it to us to allocate funds to where they are needed most.
Volunteering is simple enough. It’s about donating your time. In return you will meet new people, learn new skills, gain useful experience and real life work experience.
Tel: + 27 21 934-0352
Fax: + 27 21 934-7404
Non-Profit Number: 002-908