Monday, 20 October 2014
"It is crucial for parents to know their children’s whereabouts at all times. They must also have open communication lines with their children in order for children to feel free to express themselves to their parents.
Community members should never feel that they are intruding by reporting suspected child abuse and/or neglect as this can potentially save the life of a child. The Children’s Act actually prescribes that any concerned person should report to the relevant authorities such as Child Welfare Tshwane or SAPS.
As a Child Protection NGO we as Child Welfare Tshwane rely heavily on the goodwill of our community members to see to it that we can continue to render vital services to our communities’ children and families." Dineo Daly Risk Assessment Manager of Child Welfare Thswane
Speak out about crimes against children – Cyril Ramaphosa
Friday, 10 October 2014
Meet Nina de Caires (standing) and Phyllis Tau (sitting), they are our trained social workers who help provide a permanent and stable home for abandoned and vulnerable children. If you or anybody you know are in need of this service please contact Nina on 012 460 6360 or 082 824 9244 or email@example.com
Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Friday, 26 September 2014
Transparency refers to the lack of hidden agendas and conditions accompanied by the availability of information required for collaboration and cooperation and collective decision making. It should be noted that transparency does not mean the opening up of intellectual property files or classified documents.
A company's actions impacts its stakeholders and employees, shareholders, clients and suppliers. To be a successful and trusted organisation it is important to build a confidence of its stakeholders. It is of utmost importance that transparency is articulated and practiced in every organisation.
On Wednesday, 17 September 2014 Child Welfare Tshwane held its 96th Annual General Meeting in Groenkloof Pretoria. Mr. Neels Campher, a specialist Family Law Attorney served as keynote speaker. The Annual General Meeting is the organization’s platform to provide feedback in a transparent format to its community stakeholders on financials, strategic direction and future plans.
“Each one of us is an indispensable part of the machinery created in our law for the protection of children. The way you perform your duties will have a permanent impact on not only the life of that child, but also the lives of other role players like parents, grandparents, siblings, other family members, care givers and the like.” Mr. Neels Campher said.
During the meeting, the official annual general report was distributed to individuals’ present and official procedures including the appointment of Auditors, Patrons, Champions and Ambassadors and School Fundraising Awards was completed. Arcadia Primary received a trophy for raising more than R20 000 for the organization’s Kidz4Kidz program during the 2013-2014 financial year.
Child Welfare Tshwane prides itself in being able to successfully implement its strategic plan to convey its goals, vision and mission, by delivering expert social work services, refining specialized services such as Adoptions and Foster Care, enhancing fundraising, adapting the organization’s structure aligned with strategy and one business plan, streamlining offices, building partnerships, reinventing the website, improving media outreach. Linda Nell, Director of Child Welfare Tshwane states that we are an active advocate for the rights of children and rendering services that result in our communities’ social development. “Child Welfare Tshwane strives to be pro-active, towards optimal social development, and challenges social inclusivity within a Human Rights framework,” said Linda Ne
The organization believes in transparency, as it is good for any organization to grow and to be trusted by potential donors. “The release of our annual statements acts a tool supporting our fundraising initiatives and assures companies that want to donate experiences us as transparent at all levels.” Ms. Celest Van Niekerk the Chairperson of Child Welfare Tshwane’s Board of Management said.
Friday, 29 August 2014
Monday, 18 August 2014
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
Monday, 11 August 2014
Child Welfare Tswhane received a donation of R 5 000 from Shanduka Black Umbrellas, an organisation that works with partners in the private sector, government and civil society to address the low levels of entrepreneurship and high failure rate of one-hundred-percent Black-owned Emerging Businesses in South Africa.
The money donated will be directed towards supporting the Social Work services rendered by Child Welfare Tshwane, thereby assisting the organisation to realise its core business goal. The said services include, amongst others, the daily provision of food and homework assistance to the vastly growing numbers of vulnerable children in our communities.
Child Welfare Tshwane, KOPS Communications, Shanduka Black Umbrellas and Partner with children from Sunnyside drop-in center.