Author Archives: Karen

International Volunteer Opportunities

As is the nature of our volunteers, we constantly have people coming and going. The process from decision to apply with us to arrival usually averages about 12 months. Knowing this process takes some time, we are looking ahead to how an incoming volunteer can meet needs here at Living Hope. While we value all […]

Registration Now Open- Ride for Recovery 2014

Time to register for this year’s Ride for Recovery! This annual event is happening on 26th October with a ride from Muizenberg down the coast to Kleinmond in support of Living Hope’s Recovery Programme. For more details of the day visit this page.  

Octsober – Ride for Recovery

The month of October has been deemed Ocsober, where South Africans and all those around the world are being asked to quit drinking for the month, as part of a campaign to raise awareness about alcohol abuse. Living Hope understand first hand the devastating effects alchohol abuse can have on an individual and family, because […]

Accreditation Given to Way To Work Course

Living Hope can now count itself among the accredited training providers in the Western Cape. Living Hope has received the final stamp of approval from the Services SETA for accreditation of the Way To Work course. This 9-day course teaches the soft skills needed for employment such as work ethic, time management, integrity, communication and […]

Our Recovery Programme clients give a thought about Heritage ….

Peter Lovick writes, At Living Hope’s Recovery Programme the morning discussion topic with our clients was on Heritage. The question was asked what is a heritage? Someone in the group responded with,” it is something you receive from the past you did not earn….like an “ in-heritance”. This sparked lots of lively interesting discussion. It […]

Reaching children for Jesus ….

Over 790 teens and children from around the Southern Peninsula spent their July school holidays in a classroom of a different sort, the Living Hope Holiday Club. This time of year is always looked forward to explained Life Skills Educator Justin Hendricks. “Holiday Club is one of those events that a Life Skills Educator cannot […]

Fire destroys homes in Masipumelele

This afternoon a fire broke out in the Wetlands area of Masiphumelele according to Disaster Management they estimate between 200 – 450 homes could have been affected, the exact number will only be known a little later. According to on the ground reports there have been no fatalities. For those who would like to assist in donating […]

Will you help us PROTECT them?

May is Child Protection Month in South Africa – the goal for Child Protection Month is to promote the culture of respect for children’s rights thus ensuring that all children grow up in an environment that is safe from abuse, neglect and exploitation. We have a saying at Living Hope – “It’s better to build a […]

Open Day a great success

Living Hope recently hosted a community wide Open Day on the 29th of March at their Capri campus.  The day included a full kid zone with face painting, jumping castles, carnival games and more.  DJ Stan was streaming music throughout the day and food was available for purchase.   Living Hope once again opened up […]

Zimbabwe Missions teams – NOW AVAILABLE

Great News – Living Hope now open to hosting short-term Mission Teams in Zimbabwe Some time ago, on learning about and seeing Living Hope’s ministry model in action in the Southern Cape Peninsula (South Africa) and being deeply impressed by our effective, holistic and Biblically based model – folks spoke about Living Hope coming to […]

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