Children who come to us truly become family. Through to adulthood and beyond
Our children get a strong Christian primary education at Westrand Primary School
Our programs are aimed giving traumatised children a strong sense of belonging and unconditional love
Rainbow Children’s Village is based in Johannesburg South Africa and is a registered Non-Profit Organization (NPO 2005)
This NPO started in a small home in Westbury with just 2 children, and now is based in a bigger home in Westdene catering to 15-20 children at the most. These numbers do differ almost every year, sometimes it is less and sometimes more. There are some children who have lived in the care of the Rainbow Children’s Village since babies of a few months old, and are currently in their schooling years. The village seeks to help underprivileged, abused and HIV- Positive children brought into our care by social workers and to give them a safe, secure and happy home.
For the past 3 years the RCV has also worked with Childline to assist in the psychological needs of the children residing there. Our children are the wellspring of our society, because in them we see both the future and the past heritage of this country. If we really aspire to change our country for the better, we must equip our children with health, confidence and the ability to contribute to the communities from which they come, both intellectually and economically.
Rainbow Children’s Village is an NPO that is determined to make a positive difference in the lives of socially and intellectually disadvantaged children through care and love. We aim to teach them to be obedient, loving, kind, honest, responsible, respectful, attentive, thoughtful, cheerful and aware of good morals & values. In this way they will become worthy and valued members of society.
We aim to make a positive difference in the lives of abandoned, abused and HIV babies, toddlers, children, teenagers, and adolescents by helping them to become healthy and responsible children and young adults. To foster in them, an awareness of their self-worth.
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