Campaigns

Pregnancy Crisis Cente

Pregnancy Crisis Centre of Hope (PCC) was established as a non-profit organization providing information and counselling to pregnant ladies and couples. Currently, PCC serves about 25 ladies per month by providing pre and post abortion counselling. Sexual Education are provided to Schools for pupils ages 11 -19. (Read more)

Esther

There are 9 000 000 girls in South Africa between the ages of 13 and 19.

This is the school going age of menstruating girls. Their Education is hindered by 25%, as these girls do not go to school whilst they are menstruating as they have no access to sanitary wear. That is one week every month, which is a massive set back in their school careers. If there is money in the family it first goes to food. (Read more)

 

Streets of Hope

Anchor of Hope is an umbrella registered non profitable organisation, no 67556, whose ultimate goal is to restore dignity to vulnerable people - irrespective of age, gender, ability, political background or race. (Read more)

Bread of Life

It is a bakery mainly operated by disabled people on the premises of Free State Nasorg to give them a sense of worthiness, dignity and purpose built on the basis of love, understanding and their potential irrespective of physical or mental ability. We would therefore appreciate it if you would consider supporting us. (Read more)

Anchor in Sobriety

Anchored in sobriety focus on individuals and groups that is caught up in substance abuse to stand on a firm foundation of sobriety and are committed to families, corporate companies and the individual through group and individual sessions. (Read more)

Anchor of Rest

Currently Anchor of Rest employs 11 people in the making of couches and the upholstery of bus seats. We are currently making 120 couches – 1 and 2 seaters and corner couches per month. The employment figure is determined upon the amount of orders. We have recently added a new range to our couches, automans and tables to widen our product range. (Read more)

Work 4 a Living

Work 4 a living is a project to equip and empower people with employability and entrepreneurial skills needed to support themselves and their families. Empowering people break the cycle of poverty. (Read more)

Anchor of Hope Projects

Schools : Anchor of Hope support 3 day cares with about 285 children in phase 3,5 and Khotsong. We give them maize once a month and also use this time to minister to the children. We also give them clothes and bedding as needed.

Churches : We support churches in the township with food, clothes, bedding and kitchenware. We also support 3 churches in the city with food and clothes.

Dough-Nation : Together with Debonair's Pizza we are distributing +- 200 bread loafs a week to hungry and needy people.

Food and Clothing Bank : The clothing bank where we have 20 000 - 25 000 pieces of clothes at any given time which we give to the poor and other organizations in need. We also have beds, bedding, toys and some furniture which we give to those in need.  We plan to centralize all clothing banks in the city to eliminate clothing not used due to wrong sizes.

School and Hobo : A school and hobo project was started in 2015 and is still growing. We collect old school stationary and clothes, clean them and handed it to children in need. on the hobo side we make up boxes with the bare necessities to give to homeless people who arrive on the doorstep of churches or organizations.

Yearly Projects

We have 6 major projects a year for which it takes a whole year to collect all the items for each project. The projects are:

1) The blanket and jacket project in the winter;
2) the soft toy project for the cancer patients at National Hospital during December;
3) the toy project for day care centres and farm schools;
4) Street Store in partnership;
5) supporting the UFS on their yearly Botswana outreach with food, clothes and blankets and other churches to Lesotho,
6) Mandela Day outreach with to Food Forward SA

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