To see every homeless and destitute person in Durban off the streets and into society on a sustainable level, so that these individuals become valuable contributing members of society.
According to the Human Sciences Research Council’s (HSRC) survey done in 2016, there are approximately 4000 homeless people living in Durban.
Not just hand outs and making the homeless and destitute more dependent and “attracting” them to a specific area. Rather to equip them, provide life skills, assist with job opportunities and be the support to them in their journey to become financially sustainable.
By partnering with other organisations we provide skills development, job opportunities and mentorship.
This is how we impact the community ...
We believe we can make a positive impact in Durban and beyond by:
Assisting in creating a safer city. Decrease the number of homeless and destitute people living on the streets. Enriching the community by providing skilled individuals who will be valuable contributing members of society. Breaking the poverty cycle in these individuals lives so that their children will not end up on the streets.
We would like to increase the vision beyond Durban into KwaZulu-Natal and into South Africa.