MIDRAND – Midrand police celebrated World Aids Day together with youngsters from two children’s homes in President Park.
Although the event was hosted at New Jerusalem Children’s home, the girls of Miriam Makeba’s home for girls were also present.
On 1 December, the police were joined by the Department of Social Development and Health in an effort to impart knowledge about keeping safe and staying HIV free. Read More
The first of December marked the internationally renowned day dedicated to mark the HIV/AIDS pandemic that has plagued the world for decades.
New Jerusalem was sure to take part in this special day as the organization proudly helps in awareness campaigns towards HIV/AIDS prevention. Read More
It is always a blessing to watch children bear fruits of the hard work that not only their parents and family have put in, but most importantly, that which they themselves are responsible for. More so, it is even more special to witness children grow, evolve and transcend from one stage of life to the next in a progressive manner. It is in this same breadth that we share the great news from our sister organization Orange Babies Montessori Preschool and the graduation ceremony of our precious future leaders. Read More
On the 25th October 2014; New Jerusalem Children’s Home enjoyed and celebrated a day with Ubuntu Help-Portrait, am organisation guided by a simple, all-encompassing, yet radical mission: to help raise Port Elizabeth’s orphaned and vulnerable children by giving them what all children deserve—everything –
A day well spent in giving our children a simple smile, joy and fun as the flashlight – camera was capturing inner joy shown and heard by the great laughter as they missed steps and poses, children showing others best jumps to beautify moments.
WHO IS UBUNTU HELP-PORTRAIT?
A movement of volunteers using photography to give back, for free, to people and organisations in needy communities! Read More
“We have to allow ourselves to be loved by the people who really love us, the people who really matter. Too much of the time, we are blinded by our own pursuits of people to love us, people that don’t even matter, while all that time we waste and the people who do love us have to stand on the sidewalk and watch us beg in the streets! It’s time to put an end to this. It’s time for us to let ourselves be loved. Joy Bell“ Read More