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Project Leader: Mandy Pearson

This township situated in the Inanda area was the home of Ghandi at the turn of the 20th century. The project is run and maintained by local community leaders alongside whom we work. Currently a preschool (Siyathuthuka Creche), a sewing project and home visits make up the bulk of the ministry. We also run a strategic project called Special Stars where church members can sponsor a child through school assisting with paying fees and providing uniforms.

ACCOUNT NAME: Bhambayi Project Trust

ACCOUNT TYPE: Cheque Account

BANK: First National Bank

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 62701584709



We need staple food items for our Gogo hampers- Click here to download the list, purchase one (or more) items and drop off at St Martin's Church.

Bulwer Outreach

Project Leader: Sharon Liebetrau

Our ministry to physically and mentally handicapped children in the Bulwer area with ongoing training and support.


Please help us fill 200 x stationery hampers for our Bulwer children and also sewers needed to sew up the 200 x hand made pencil case!



Project Leader: Anne Taylor

This project responds to those living with HIV/AIDS by providing testing facilities so people can know their status. Support groups meet regularly at Greenwood Park Methodist for prayer, fellowship and encouragement.


Mission to Seafarers

Project Leader: Revd. Des Vaubell

The mission seeks to share the gospel with the many international seamen who come to the busy port of Durban each week.


North Bay Lodge

Project Leader: Sharon Liebetrau

A ministry to mentally and physically challenged adults that includes a weekly Bible study and monthly entertainment.



Project Leader: Kate van der Meulen

Vukukhanye is an isiZulu word meaning "arise and shine", and reflects our vision for the upliftment of the underprivileged, poor and marginalised people. It is a registered South African public benefit organisation, which was formed in 2002 in response to the serious threat to child and family welfare caused by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa. It primarily works with children and young people.


Youth for Christ (Tennyson House)

Project Leader: Nicky Shaw

A project working with young women from the streets. YFC give women under 18 an opportunity to get their lives back on track with a one year programme of rehabilitation.

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