Partnership for Impact in Windsor

Partnership for Impact in Windsor

Gavin is deep in conversation with a kid when I walk in. My eye catches the star-covered display on the right. Gavin, or more fondly known as Uncle Tin-Tin and his wife, Esther (Auntie Chockie) partnered with Tshepo to run the Windsor Aftercare in April this year. The...
Learning to help without hurting

Learning to help without hurting

On a random Saturday in September, a couple of individuals came together for a workshop with the topic How to help without hurting.  This workshop was attended by over 30 volunteers and pastors from the various churches in the Linden fraternal, who are working...
Happiness

Happiness

She introduces herself as Lethabo “Happy” Sebopa. Lethabo means happy – so happy happy.

I asked her where the happy came from: she says she is just happy. She likes laughing, she loves kids and have been able to combine these two characteristics into an internship in the community of Windsor at the Tshepo Community Development Initiative after-care.

Lethabo graduated from matric in 2018 and was looking for a job to keep her busy during her gap-year, before enrolling for her degree in Psychology.

Action Against Poverty – Mandela Day 2019

Action Against Poverty – Mandela Day 2019

The aim of Mandela day, an annual event, on 18 July is to think outside of ourselves. Do set 67 minutes of your time apart to live actively in your community – not just help but notice how others life.  It is dedicated to the 67 years Nelson Mandela fought for a free,...
Great gifts!

Great gifts!

Late in 2018  Tshepo received a wonderful gift. A big gift. A gift that was we talked about, dreamed about but that seemed far.. Random Acts of Kindness: Dischem Foundation and Talk Radio 702 sponsored a shower facility to Tshepo Community Development Initiative. Our...