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Our Projects

The Christmas Fair Fund supports a variety of  individuals, community initiatives and charity organisations on an ongoing basis, while also providing support to other organisations in need where we can be of assistance. Please feel free to contact us for more details on the initiatives and projects we support on the North Coast.

Simengele Mpunzana started out by looking after a few children at her home, and has since grown the creche to 120 children aged from 2-6, and some babies.

At present, the Christmas Fair Fund supports some pensioners at the Westbrook Retirement Village.

Caversham Education Institute is an accredited Service Provider offering courses and qualifications in Early Childhood Education. They offer part-time courses held in Ballito on Saturday mornings.

Vulamehlo Hospice is situated in the old mill houses in Melville, near KwaDukuza, and does not receive regular funding. The hospice also cares for 150 patients in the community who are home-based.


Situated at Shakashead, this NPO started in 2009 as an empty room. It now runs a free pre-school with registered children between the ages of 2 and 6.

Situated in Nkobongo next door to KwaChristu Church, the Nkobongo Resource Centre has as its motto: ‘Building a Nation and Impacting Lives.’ It cares for approximately 250 orphans and vulnerable children.

This registered NPO that is supported by the CFF provides a family environment for orphaned and displaced children, where they are fostered from childhood.

It was designed to assist families who had lost an opportunity to receive a tertiary education because of the war but has continued until today, managed by legal firm LC Smith in Stanger.

She accommodates 25 children on a permanent basis and houses abandoned babies from the KwaDukuza hospital, until child welfare places them in homes or with different organizations.

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