KINGDOM LIFE AND YOUTH CARE CENTRE
THREE MILLION RAND LEGACY PROJECT
By George Mahlaela and Photos by Johnny Mohale
Kingdom Life Children and Youth Care Centre is our past flagship project which we continue to support. It has 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. Other benefits include blankets, clothing, groceries and violins.
Mrs Sylvia Magoba founer of Kingdom Life and Youth Care Centre
The centre situated at 64 Masopha Street Saulsville since 1999 was founded by the energetic community activist Mme Sylvia Magoba. It provides support and shelter for 62 vulnerable children and youth who have been abused, neglected, orphaned and abandoned. They are provided with a loving and caring home. They are moulded, mentored and guided so that they are empowered to take their rightful place in the society.
The children and the youth who attend local schools enjoy an after-school care programme and computer lessons at the centre. Some of their leisure activities are singing, playing violins, dancing, soccer and netball.