Happy Woman’s Day 2023

Mother Teresa said:  “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”  Women are such powerful beings, we were created for a higher purpose, and when you finally realize your worth in Christ, you will be unstoppable.

Whether you believe this to be true or not, we as women have a major impact on society every day of our lives.  By fulfilling our roles as godly employers, employees, mothers, wives, friends, sisters and daughters, we are changing generations and creating many ripples.

A woman sets the atmosphere in her home, yes, we are this powerful! The first thing I can do as a homemaker who wishes to bring glory and honor to God, is to set the atmosphere in the home. As a homemaker I have the ability to make our home in a way that either steers my family closer to God or tears them away.

Powerful women uplift each other and fixes each other’s crowns. Let’s start treating each other as sisters and look out for each other.  Instead of judging each other, let’s find ways in which we can support one another.  We all have an opportunity to help someone else.  Let this be our life long motto.

Support our Mercy Bags project, dedicated to every woman who has been affected by gender based violence.  Bring hope to someone who is still stuck in an abusive relationship, or support someone who has taken the brave step to stand up for themselves and leave a toxic marriage / relationship.  Handbags can be filled with toiletries, and will be handed out to Houses of Safety by Care Protect Invest SA.  We salute all women, especially those who have had it hard, and still continues to do what’s best for their children and families. We see you, we value you.


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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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