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Wiele rol vir jonges

Posted by GARY VAN DYK (and picts) - Tygerburger Ravensmead 1 Junie 2011 on Wednesday, June 15, 2011, In : Home of Compassion 

Leerlinge van die Hoërskool Hindle in Delft het met ’n nuwe projek die wiel aan die rol gesit om ’n  positiewe verandering in gemeenskappe mee te bring.

Aan boord die BlouBus-bedieningsprojek, wat verlede week van stapel gestuur is, is die leerlinge sterk op pad om hul opvoedingservaring te verryk. Dr. Izanette van Schalkwyk, wat die projek bestuur, sê dit is ’n voorreg om onder die vaandel van die Zoë-kerk in Delft te kan werk. Haar mening is dat Suid-Afrikaanse jeugdiges toeg...

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Starting a culture of hope

Posted by Home of Compassion on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, In : Home of Compassion 
A project in Delft may be the blueprint for empowering disadvantaged communities as it converts abandoned or disusedbuildings to become powerful points of change.

Reverend Charles George with some of the youth attending arts and
crafts classes at the centre.

Looking at the well-kept grounds of the Home of Compassion Ministries building on the corner of Eindhoven and Rhine roads in Delft, you would not believe this was once a broken down shell of a building. Upon entering, there is a sense that ...
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Welcome to Graze-land

Posted by HOME OF COMPASSION MINISTRIES on Thursday, November 11, 2010, In : Home of Compassion 

Bovine bling: Western Cape Premier Helen Zille became the proud owner of the brightest bovine of all when she was presented with this ‘Flash Cow’ by a group of Delft residents in thanks for her help in getting community shopkeepers the rights to sell electricity and airtime from their home shops. The residents are members of Flash, a savings and credit co-operative. The cow is their logo.
Picture: Gareth Smit

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Lobola for life

Posted by Home of Compassion Ministries on Wednesday, November 10, 2010, In : Home of Compassion 

What sits behind it? Ms Helen Zille, the Western Cape premier, yesterday received a "cow" of different colour as a gift. Past Charles George of the  Home of Compassion in Delft and community members, delivered the cow made of fibre glass, to Leeuwenhof her official residence, as a gesture of gratitude to Zille.
George operates the Grace-program that feeds the poor in Delft. The provincial government earlier opened a community centre there where skills are learned and library services and mus...
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