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GOOD HOPE EDUCATION TRUST & WELFARE ORGANISATION

By way of introduction, Good Hope Education Trust and Welfare Organization (GETWEL) is a non-profit organization (030-689-NPO), and is registered both in terms of the Companies Act, as well as with the Directorate of Non-Profit Organizations in Pretoria. The Organization was established in March 1988, with the purpose of providing education, food and general community upliftment in the various areas of need in the local community.

About GETWEL

The Organization was established in March 1988 with the purpose of providing education, food and general community upliftment in the various areas of need in the local community.

 

We currently have five main focus areas, namely:

  • Bonginkosi Educare Centre and Crèche in Khayelitsha;
  • Several feeding schemes in the Cape Metropole
  • Drug support group called Freedom Builders

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Bonginkosi Educare

Early education

Seeing children succeed

About Bonginkosi

Bonginkosi Educare Centre is a non-profit educational institution in Khayelitsha. We have over 200 children in our care. The children’s need profile has changed dramatically over the years. We now care for new born babies, HIV positive children and Aids orphans. More than 10,000 children have received care through this school.

Sue Maartens

Sue Maartens has been Principal at Bonginkosi in Khayelitsha for 30 years. She recollects the day that the Educare was official opened, “The July 4th, 1988 will be a day I will never forget. The Mayor of Khayelitsha and other dignitaries officially opened the school. The school was named Bonginkosi (Thank you God).”

Electricity in 1994

Receiving electricity in 1994 after using candles and gas for cooking and hot water.

Baby Department

Baby Department was built in 1998

More than 150 children

Bonginkosi was previously registered by the C.P.A. for 150 children for 3 years to 6 years of age. It is now registered for more children.

10,000 Children

Realizing that in 30 years we have touched more than 10,000 children and their families.

Operation Hope

Bringing Hope and Healing

Many people in Cape Town are dying of preventable diseases such as Hypertension, Diabetes, High Cholesterol etc. due to poverty stricken members of our community only arriving at hospitals and clinics when it is too late.

 

Operation Hope is a free medical outreach  in partnership with the Department of Health and the Department of Family Medicine at UCT.

Operation Hope

Many people in Cape Town are dying of preventable diseases such as Hypertension, Diabetes, High Cholesterol etc. due to poverty stricken members of our community only arriving at hospitals and clinics when it is too late.

 

Operation Hope is a free medical outreach  in partnership with the Department of Health and the Department of Family Medicine at UCT.

Through Operation Hope we aim to:

  • Empower the community in their general well-being and the early detection of chronic medical ailments in particular HIV, TB, STI’s, Hypertension, Diabetes as well as eye conditions;
  • Promote early pregnancy identification and referral to antenatal care;
  • Provide free medical assessment and treatment for the community; and
  • Provide other social assistance to the community eg. Food parcels, nappies, blankets, etc.
  • We expect to provide these services for approximately 2000 people on the day.
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Creative activities

We provide year-round full and part-time education in the Boston Metro Area for infants and children starting.

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E-Learning media

We provide year-round full and part-time education in the Boston Metro Area for infants and children starting.

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Sports & playing

We provide year-round full and part-time education in the Boston Metro Area for infants and children starting.

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Certified courses

We provide year-round full and part-time education in the Boston Metro Area for infants and children starting.

Donate

Herewith find account information for Getwel – Good Hope Education Trust & Welfare Organization

Account Name : Good Hope Education Trust & Welfare (Getwel)
Bank Name : Standard Bank Constantia
Account Number: 071697306
Branch Code: 025309
Ref: (Name & Surname)
Contact: Leond@ghcc.tv
Contact number: 021 7039400

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