For just R127 per month, you can help us support the care of orphans and vulnerable families.
The James 1:27 Trust uses a holistic and empowering model to care for vulnerable families.
The Trust is partnering with the residents of Zama Zama to build the community and empower the individuals living there.
Published: 12 July 2016
We cannot shelter Kedibone from all the nightmares in life but we hope, as her extended family, that we can guide her through the difficult challenges she is facing.
Published: 12 June 2016
Despite strenuous ordeals and unforeseen circumstances, twenty-six-year-old Victoria is full of passion, knowing that she is cared for and greatly loved by us all.
Published: 30 May 2016
When I was first told we would visit Zama Zama’s crèche, I was expecting dozens of little ones running around, climbing and jumping on everything and everyone they could. Instead we were welcomed by Florence, the principal, Alida and Carine, who led us to be met by forty well-mannered children, obediently sitting at colourful tables in groups of four.
Published: 26 April 2016
Robert, CEO of the Trust, recently attended the Relational Analytics training offered by Relational Thinking in the UK. 15 participants from six different countries were represented. The training showed the analytic tools as a structured framework to measure and manage relationships.
In her latest newsletter, music therapist Anine shares her journey in the first term at the Zama Zama School of Hope. A place which, just four years ago, had children playing in the dust now show the major transformation of having a school, a crèche, vegetable garden, jungle gym, baby room, consistent volunteers and several school teachers.
Published: 9 February 2016
Global philanthropic partnerships create value chains that span the world.
Published: 4 February 2016
Within all the chaos, pain and difficulties there are moments that show the beauty of life.
Published: 20 January 2016
The transformative presence and power of Christ is key to achieving the dream that God has for South Africa.
The James 1:27 Trust partners with organisations who care for children, giving them access to a model for delivering care, a data management system that supports care, and a social market for fundraising and sponsor relationship management. Your sponsorship helps us build our systems to serve them better.
If you would like to make a direct donation to the Trust, you can use the following bank account:
James 1:27 TrustABSA BankBrooklynBranch code: 632005Account number: 40 6202 7563SWIFT address: ABSAZAJJ
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