Safe-House in South Africa – a safe haven, especially for handicapped children

The Safe-House in Johannesburg – a privately run orphanage – is a new home for children who were abandoned by their families who weren’t able to take care of them anymore. Frequently, handicapped children are the ones that share this fate, as they are in need of special care and are often not accepted by society.

Two flight attendants from Munich made it their project to support these children. While helping them is a blessing, it is also a true challenge. The care and treatment for handicapped children is especially expensive and constantly puts the project in the difficult situation to raise sufficient funds. In order to assure treatment at a specialized school for the handicapped, school fees of 510 EUR per month and child have to be paid.

If you would like to support Tobago, Eroline and Nonhlanhla, you give your donation here:

https://www.betterplace.org/de/projects/12981-inklusion-wird-grossgeschrieben-safe-house-jnb