Community Development

The Trust is currently busy with two major projects. These projects are in our communities of Atteridgeville and Saulsville.


The Atteridgeville Association for People with Disabilities at Lebuwe are being assisted with skills development and a workshop which will create sustainable jobs.

Lebuwe started as a result of the passion that Mrs Lebuwe Emily Molefe had for caring for the members of her community who are living with disabilities.

From a mere wooden structure to a brick and mortar multi-faceted ecosystem for its inhabitants, Lebuwe Centre has grown to become a beautiful sanctuary to help empower those living with disabilities in the Atteridgeville and Saulsville township.


For more informaiton on Lebuwe visit

Phuthabana Drop-in Centre – Saulsville

The Phuthabana Drop-in Centre at Phuthaditshaba High School, Phomolong in Saulsville, is being assisted with the establishment of food gardens to grow food for themselves instead of relying on donations.

Phutabana Drop-in Centre is a community-based (CBO), non-profit organisation (NPO). They provide support services for disadvantaged people and a safe haven for vulnerable children. They run an after-school programme where they assist orphans as well as other vulnerable children and youth from 6 to 15 years of age with their homework. The children are provided with a meal each day. Child-headed households are provided with food parcels once a month. They also assist and refer those in need with applications for birth certificates, social grants and identity documents. Once a week they run ‘youth survival’ and ‘heartbeat’ support groups as well as HIV awareness workshops. Life skills training is provided and they distribute condoms. All services are free of charge.


(Photos by Edmond Mathale)

Other beneficiaries include Kingdom Life Children and Youth Centre which  is our past flagship project which benefitted to the value of R 3.0 million for renovations of the centre  and construction of a media centre fully equipped with  furniture and computers. For more information about the activities of the Trust please contact us to get involved.