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e hotel@vineyard.co.za 
t +27 (0)21 657 4500 
f +27 (0)21 657 4501 
vineyard hotel & spa 
P.O. Box 151,   
Newlands, 7725 
Colinton Road (off Protea Road)  
Newlands, 7700,
Cape Town, South Africa 
 
 

our kids of the cape

The Our Kids of the Cape Fund, social investment initiative, is a Non-Profit Organization 089-031-NPO registered with the Department of Social Development. A committee, comprising of Hotel Employees, who have been elected by colleagues from their respective hotels, oversees the running of the social investment initiative.

Funds are raised by the hotel guests, who are asked to add a small donation to their account, which is then matched by the hotels. This initiative assists local children's community projects in the greater Cape Town area.
Contact Alison Kranenburg for more information on the initiative: t 021 657 4500 / e kotc@vineyard.co.za
 



our kids of the cape fund

Our Kids of the Cape Fund was established in March 2007 and is registered as a Non-Profit Organisation with the South African Department of Social Development.

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our voluntourism packages
In conjunction with our Kids of the  Cape Fund we have created a range of voluntourism packages. This initiative allows you to make a difference by spending some of your time visiting the KOTC beneficiaries and lending a helping hand. A small donation to KOTC is included in the cost of the package.
to view details: click here
visit to the projects - february 2013
On Monday, 18 February 2013 members of the KOTC committee went to visit four of our long term KOTC funding beneficiaries. As always it was a very heart-warming, albeit sobering experience and rest assured that our donations are greatly appreciated and most definitely used as prescribed by us.
to read more: click here
kotc my village card
If you would like to support Our Kids of the Cape Fund- you can, every time you shop! All you need to do is apply for a "My Village" card, select Our Kids of the Cape as your beneficiary and you can help us make a difference every day. Current card holders may change their beneficiary to Our Kids of the Cape.
to view their website: click here
amy biehl foundation
The Amy Biehl Foundation is a non-profit organisation that offers programmes to develop and empower youth living in the challenged communities within the Western Cape. The programmes place a focus on the creative side of the child’s brain and supplement the shortcomings of the educational system.
to view their facebook group: click here
eersterivier empowerment centre
anthea pieters safe house and foster home
Anthea Pieters of the centre takes care of children who have been placed in her care, who are all victims of neglect, violence, drug and alcohol abuse of the parents. She also provides temporary shelter to women and children who are the victims of domestic violence.
to view their facebook group: click here
aquarius school feeding scheme

The Aquarius School feeding scheme provides soup and bread to over 8500 of Cape Towns poorest Children at School. Retired pensioner, Clive Kolbe collects thousands of loaves of bread weekly and delivers this to the needy schools.
to e-mail clive kolbe for more information: click here
atlantic hope
Atlantic Hope  believes that every child should have the best possible start in life, and serves as an immediate and temporary safe haven for newborns and infants who have been abandoned, removed from their parents care, or are awaiting adoption.  
to view their website: click here
baphumelele children's home baphumelele children's home
Baphumelele Children's Home in Khayelitsha is a very special home to about 180 children from newborn to 18. To limit the effects of institutional living, children are accommodated in houses each with 12 children. KOTC pays for one houses expenses monthly.
to view their website: click here
genesis trust

genesis trust
Genesis Trust sees potential in the disadvantaged children of South Africa. These children, like any other child, have dreams, ambition and talent. The real needs of these children are education, mentoring, guidance and support.

to view their website: click here

south african children’s home
The South African Children's Home was the first welfare institution established in South Africa. Originally known as the 'Orphan House' it was founded in 1808
The children are placed in our care strictly through the Children's Court and are provided with school uniforms, sports equipment and casual clothing.
to view their website: click here
st michaels home for girls
st michaels home for girls
St Michaels Home for Girls is an innovative; therapeutic and developmental residential environment for up to 25 vulnerable young women between the ages of 13 and 18 who have been seriously traumatized and removed from their families for their own protection and safety by an order of the Children's Court.
to view their website: click here
woodside special care centre woodside special care centre
A private residential home to about 90 intellectually and physically disabled children and young adults. Committee member Elanie Potgieter took part in the Old Mutual JoBurg2C race and with help from sponsors and the hotels Elanie managed to raise enough money for a new motorised wheelchair for Sherna.
to view their website: click here