Katie and Ronnie have been looking after children since 2001, and moved into the house in Deneysville in December 2010. Their address of the home is No. 6 Wilhelmina Street, Deneysville, Free State; Registered NPO NUMBER 004299.

We need your help to help children that are abandoned and have nowhere to go. We can make a difference if we choose to be the difference. At this moment there are eight children at the home. To them it is not a matter of color or race, it is about children needing help.


Chilanga Riding School for the Disabled

Chilanga Riding School for the Disabled is a non-profit organisation which offers horse riding as a proven means of therapy to improve the quality of life for mentally and physically disabled children from disadvantaged homes.

Mrs Sally Kluth, owner of the Chilanga School for the Disabled, is a qualified SANEF and British Horse Society (BHS) instructor and has been teaching riding for more than sixty years, forty of these at Chilanga. A South African Dressage Champion herself, Sally has trained several champions through the years. Since the beginning of her teaching career, Mrs Kluth has taught special needs riders. The over 200 children that come to Chilanga weekly are proof of her dedication to all riders. These special needs riders are taught free of charge as many of them come from disadvantaged homes. The children have daily lessons at Chilanga. The school is based in Somerset West.

Khayelitsha Athletic Club

KAC are in dire need of sponsors to assist with fees for athletes for transport, race registration fees, Clothing and running shoes. Lee and Neal run for KAC in hope of raising awareness for KAC! KAC’s dream is to have the strongest athletic club in the Western Cape.