Story of Hope: From Prisoner to Guest House Manager

Mandla Bula, an ex-offender and now a messenger of hope, was born in the township of Khayelitsha outside Cape Town. His life took a turn from gangsterism, drugs and violence to becoming a carrier of light and night manager at a guest house in Franschhoek.

By | September 28th, 2018|Stories of Hope|0 Comments

From the CEO: Running for Good Hope Day Care Centre

Good day friends, family and colleagues What a privilege it is to write to you on behalf of the Good Hope Day Care Centre for the disabled. As most of you know, I started working as the CEO of Valcare 20-months ago, an Impact Funding Platform that activates and enables social change in community. Xoliswa outside the small house where she runs the centre from. One of Valcare's member organisations and partners, Good [...]

By | September 21st, 2018|News|0 Comments

Story of Hope: From Prostitute to Positive Change Agent

#RealHeroes Series Shirley's Story: “By the age of 27 I had been raped multiple times. I was addicted to drugs and had sold most of my possessions. I lived on the streets, in trees, in garages and often with dealers. I was physically assaulted by men and caught up in the underworld. I had also become a prostitute. Once, I was abducted by a gang who abused me and clothed me in a bloody shirt as a warning to their rivals. One [...]

By | September 19th, 2018|Stories of Hope|0 Comments