MAKE A DIFFERENCE GET INVOLVED
DONATING THROUGH SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND B-BBEE
Socio-Economic Development forms part of the government’s Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policy. It is the 5th element of the BEE Scorecard for both Qualifying Small Enterprises (QSEs) and Generic Entities.
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
Socio-Economic Development (SED) contributions are any monetary or non-monetary contribution implemented for individuals or communities, where at least 75% of the beneficiaries are classified as black people in terms of race.
Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope. Maya Angelou.
Email us to arrange any volunteer days. Individuals, corporates and scholar community hours are all welcome. We work on a case by case sytem to structure what best suits you and our home.See our volunteering options
Donate Goods or Money
Every month we need a few things to best take care of our children. Please donate goods, money or utility vouchers.See our wish list
The Village Safe Haven host a number of events during the year in an effort to raise funds. Register as a corporate, school group or individual.View our upcoming events
"I came from a place where my future did not look very bright. When I stayed at The Village Safe Haven, I was granted so many opportunities. I was given an education and everything needed to help me do well at school. I even had tutors and I was involved in after school help programs.
Thanks to all the support I received, I passed matric with a bachelor degree. I have been placed my first job with the help of Susan Harris and the awesome people surrounding The Village Safe Haven .
I am grateful to my foster parents, Michael and Susan Harris and everyone who has helped me succeed this far in life.
My next plan is to get a tertiary education studying child psychology. This will be my way of giving back to society. I would like to focus on helping kids who think they are helpless by building them up from the inside.
Nokuthula lived at The Village Safe Haven for 15 years.
She is now 21