CPI SA Kort stories 20 – 26 April

  1. Nico le Roux van Friendly Butcher is baie vriendelik en het op 21 April vir een van ons pleeghuise in Pretoria tien vars brode geskenk.


The very friendly Nico le Roux of Friendly Butcher delivered ten loaves of fresh bread to one of our foster homes in Pretoria on 21 April.

  • Die kinders in Rawsonville sit in die oggende langs die pad en wag vir Antie Gladys en die polisie om vir hulle ‘n bakkie warm kos en ‘n glimlag uit te deel. Die bakkie kos is sommige van hierdie kinders se enigste kos vir die dag. Tydens hierdie geleentheid het CPISA ook vir bejaardes en enkel-mammas kos gegee. Die behoefte raak by die dag groter en dis duidelik dat die mense al hoe swaarder kry.


The kids in Rawsonville sit by the side of the road from early morning waiting on Auntie Gladys and the police to hand out a bowl of hot food and a smile. The bowl of food is often the only meal these kids have all day. During this handout, CPI SA also handed out food to the elderly and single mothers. The need grows by the day and it is clear that times are getting even more tough for this community. 

  • Speel en leer is deel van kindwees en by die Toekomstuiste Pretoria is dit ook nie anders nie


Play and learn are part of being a kid and at Toekomstuiste Pretoria it is no different

  • Op ‘n koue dag bederf tannie Gladys meer as ‘n 100 kindertjies met vars vetkoeke en tuisgemaakte sop.


On a cold morning Aunty Gladys spoils more than 100 kids with fresh vetkoek and homemade soup.

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Foster Care Club

Inspired by World Foster Care Month celebrated in November, CPI SA in 2019 launched a Foster Care Club supporting South African Foster parents. The club serves as a connection to bring foster parents together.

Parents can send their:

  • Questions;
  • Messages; or
  • Thoughts and struggles to CPI SA.

We will reach out offering help.

Alternatively send us an e-mail: cpisacommunication@gmail.com

Bags of Mercy Initiative

South Africa has one of the highest rates of violence against women (GBV). The Bags of Mercy Initiative mobilises women to become an invisible friend to an abused woman by gifting a handbag – old or new – filled with things that can make her rediscover her self-worth.

Abuse against women usually takes place behind closed doors:
Hard words where no-one else can hear.
Blows where no-one can see it.

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  • Bursary programmes granting children a prosperous future.
  • Counselling & Trauma support for sexually abused children.
  • Community Homes to support needy children/teens (Grade 1 to 12).
  • Skills Development programmes to combat unemployment: Soft skills, Handy work, Trade.
  • Development programmes: Financial Management, Safety and Emotional Intelligence.
  • Training Environment programmes: Arthur Project, K9 Watchdog.
  • Transforming SA Children’s Courts to Child friendly environments.


By means of our Foster Homes, Day Care Centres, FAS Caring Homes and Underprivileged Family Feeding programmes we offer individuals a safe place to live, learn and thrive. Please support our caring initiatives and feeding schemes.


CPI SA’s innovative interventions are designed to promote education, social and economic development. Thanks to the loyal support of individuals and companies we create opportunities for underprivileged people to rise above their circumstances by offering:

  • Study funds, Study Loans and Bursaries.
  • Education and Training.
  • Housing and viable community projects.

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