Vastfontein Community Transformation is a non-profit company that focuses on the development and social upliftment of its surrounding communities. We are situated about 40km north of Pretoria near Hammanskraal and Soshanguve.
Our vision is to release people to reach their dreams and build a better future
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To help us with our fundraising we have registered a US based fund by which U.S.-based donors can support our activities in a tax-efficient way through a contribution to the fund at the King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS). Because KBFUS is a public charity, within the meaning of Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) of the IRC, donors may claim the maximum tax benefits allowed by U.S. tax law for their contributions.
Vastfontein Community Transformation
We are a non-profit company that focuses on the development and social upliftment of its surrounding communities. We are situated about 40km north of Pretoria near Hammanskraal and Soshanguve.
Our vision is to Transform Communities by releasing people into their dreams and enable them to build a better future. We raise, educate and equip future leaders from communities in need.
We provide good quality education in our pre-primary (early childhood development centre) and Primary School. We are planning to build a High School which will focus on equipping learners for productive adulthood.
Further community transformation takes place through our care homes where we give orphaned and vulnerable children an opportunity to grow up in a loving family home.
We support our community with a well-equipped wellness centre comprising of 2 full time social workers and volunteers including an occupational therapist, child psychologist, pro-bono doctor, dentist and weekly clinic services and senior social workers.
We have a high focus on skills development for unemployed people in our community, the two main focus areas are agriculture and ICT. In our Agriculture skills development centre we train people to firstly plant a food garden, then we mentor them and once they get going we help them to form a co-operative and start a small business moving toward an inclusive business model.
Our ICT skills development centre focus on equipping unemployed youth with technical skills as well as work readiness skills, to enter the work market as desktop, server, network and security technicians.
Our School of Church planting help equip lay pastors and our local Church serve the surrounding community on a spiritual level with a weekly Sunday school and worship services as well as mid-week prayer meetings.