Wednesday, 13 August 2014



Making a difference and having fun at the same time






Monday, 11 August 2014

Child Welfare Tshwane is Under Shanduka’s Black Umbrella



 (From left) Kopano Lebethe CEO at KOPS Communications, Octavia Ephraim Partner of Shanduka Black Umbrellas, Celia Lourens Marketing and Fundraising Manager at Child Welfare Tshwane, Palesa Ramodibe Head of Communications at Shanduka Black Umbrellas Johannesburg and Talent Muzambi Shanduka Black Umbrellas  Regional Mananger  Pretoria.

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.