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Tembisa Child and Family Welfare Society (herein referred to as Tembisa Child Welfare) was established in 1986. The Organisation was started to address the problems of children who were lost, abandoned or abused, used to sleep in Police cells or Hospital. In the beginning, the Organisation was accommodated in Fabricated Buildings and Railways containers at the back yard of Uniting Reformed Church (originally known as the Dutch Reformed Church). Through cooperate fundraising over years, Management Board (who were residents of Tembisa Township) together with the senior professional staff worked hard to establish two Centres which consist of 2 Children’s Homes, 2 Preschools, an Administration Block, a Bakery, a Sewing School/Factory and a 8-roomed Halfway House for University And College children who grew up in the 2 Children’s Homes.

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These are the Original Containers that housed the Tembisa Child Welfare Centre

 

THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM OUR SERVICES:-

  • TEMBISA TOWNSHIP
  • WINNIE MANDELA
  • PHOMOLONG TOWNSHIP
  • OLIFANTSFONTEIN

 

Phomolong Children’s Home

PMG Home

Halfway House

Halfway House

Phomolong Child Care Centre is a Sub-office of Tembisa Child Welfare. It renders the following services:-

  • A Children’s Home for 29 kids
  • A Preschool for 70 kids
  • A Halfway House for 8 University and College kids who grew up in the Children’s Home