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: 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.
Published: 22 October 2015
Very few innovations and dreams make it beyond the imaginary stage. While just a few actually get born, even fewer deliver on their “mandate” or “vision”. Eleven years after its launch on 11 October 2004, the Trust while still carrying its dream is now also firmly rooted in reality with evidence to show that we are making an impact. As with all social enterprises, there is however both encouraging and discouraging news.
Published: 1 October 2015
“The positive growth and changes to the Zama Zama community was an experience that will stay with the students.” Marion Beefan, part-time lecturer at the Department of Human Nutrition, shares their challenging, yet insightful and fulfilling journey in Zama Zama.
Published: 30 September 2015
It only takes a little to pursue a God-given vision to help the vulnerable
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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