Work For Love reaches families and their communities in Cape Town, South Africa. Many of our beneficiaries are refugees from other countries and therefore their community back home in i.e. Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique are also reached.
Find out how you can sponsor a family and make a difference in their lives and futures.
Sponsor a family today! Find a family to sponsor on the side bar.
Every child has the right to a life free from poverty. When you sponsor a family through Work For Love, your donation is funding Work For Love's life-changing Family Centre where children attend a quality pre- and primary school and parents are enabled to sustain nurturing families. These nurturing families are in turn changing the life of their community. A programme that makes it possible for children in our community to access their basic rights.
Transform a family's world
When you sponsor a family, you empower an entire community to lift themselves out of poverty.
Sponsoring a family is a rewarding experience.
You have the chance to help a family develop the skills they need to create positive change for generations. Your monthly donations will help fund the Family Centre which caters to the specific needs of our families, covering holistic education, skills and enterprise development, job creation and child care and referral to other organisations as needed. Your sponsored family acts as a community representative and won't receive special treatment over other families.
When we develop our programmes, we involve the family and community members from the start, ensuring we understand – and address – any challenges they face. We'll combine your monthly donation with our other sponsors' so that families have the best chance to overcome poverty in the long term.
Eradicate poverty one family at a time.
"The family is important!
Without the family, the cultural survival of the human race would be at risk.
The family is the foundation. Evidence shows that offering wrap -around support is the best way to create and sustain resilience." Nicola