The Tshisusu Foundation is registered as a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) by way of a Trust

Our goal is to provide ongoing support & extend our reach to:

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Nutritious Meals

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Decent accomodation

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Primary Health Care

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Provide skills development

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Clothing for those in need

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Safety

The Tshisusu Foundation is non-denominational and runs with the help of several trustees.  The aim is to assist disadvantaged communities by giving them a sense of belonging and improving their lives.  Established in 2018 initially with the focus to assist abused women and children, as the need grew in the community so did the desire to help as many people as is possible.

We believe in enriching minds, developing skill and confidence and acting with kindness in all that we do. Through our commitment to our Beliefs and Values we learn to serve with honour, respect and remind ourselves that every individual deserves a hopeful future.

THE NEED

The COVID-19 pandemic has put strain on an already dire situation making the need to be a blessing more important than before.  Poverty and hunger has increased exponentially across South Africa as the unemployment rate increased.

According to Stats SA almost 1 in every 2 young people (15 -34) in the labour force did not have a job in the first quarter of 2021.

With the understanding that The Tshisusu Foundation cannot assist the entire nation of South Africa, the goal is to start where we are with what we have.  Relying solely on donations the organization can only do so much.

Why Tshisusu?

Tshisusu means butterfly in Venda. The miraculous process that the caterpillar undergoes to be a beautiful butterfly forms the basis as to why the name was chosen.

The Tshisusu Foundation’s Mission is to transform lives through the process of evolving as a caterpillar becomes a butterfly.

Today, the foundation has several beneficiaries that it overseas.  In Ekurhuleni this includes;

  • Be an Angel Network and The Jabez House for Boys in Brakpan,
  • The Sinethemba House of Orphans in Benoni and,
  • The House Of Hadassah in Boksburg.

Other beneficiaries outside of Johannesburg’s Eastrand includes Durban Christian Family Centre in KZN, Faith Cares in the Eastern Cape and other individual recipients.

Your road to impact begins here, with Tshisusu Foundation.

When you partner with us you’re not just contributing to one life, you’re redefining the future.

OUR VALUES

RESPECT

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INTEGRITY

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KINDNESS

WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE A CONTRIBUTION AND TRANSFORM A LIFE?

The communities that the Tshisusu Foundation supports are in need of:

  • Food- perishable and non-perishable
  • Clothing of all sizes including baby clothes
  • Blankets
  • Toiletries

There is also always a need for an extra pair of hands to help serve the community.