Cute Kid gives a donation to a deserving children’s charity every month. Payment is made to the charity 60 days after the end of the competition. To nominate a charity please contact us.
Founded in 1892, the Johannesburg Children’s Home is the oldest charitable institution in the City.
The Johannesburg Children’s Home believe that child care is not just the provision of food and shelter, but also includes the provision of a special place for a child to be, a home in which he/she can take pride and feel surrounded by love and warmth.
Please visit their website at www.jch.org.za
“The worst thing you can do is to give a street child money, but the next worse thing you can do is nothing!”
I Care is a non-profit organisation devoted to finding meaningful and sustainable solutions to the challenge of street children in South Africa and a ministry that promotes a Christian ethos.
Please visit their website at www.icare.co.za
The South African Children’s Home was the first welfare institution established in South Africa.
Their mission is to care for, nurture and develop children in need, in order for them to become balanced, well-adapted and independent adults. They provide a loving, happy and secure home for boys and girls of all ages, race groups and denominations.
Please visit their website at www.sakinderhuis.org
Little Angels is a home for children with special needs, situated in Somerset West in the Western Cape.
Little Angels provide a permanent home for 14 children, varying between the ages of 4 to 20 years old and are dedicated to empowering and encouraging our Little Angels to develop to their full potential by improving their physical or mental performance and thus enjoying a better quality of life.
Please visit their website at www.littleangelshome.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in February’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Little Angels Home.
The Missionvale Care Centre is an interdenominational non profit organisation operating in the extremely poor township of Missionvale in Port Elizabeth.
It has grown into a centre which provides love and care for the poor and destitute, with particular emphasis on those living with HIV/AIDS. Services include: Primary school, child support and development programme and adult skills development.
Please visit their website at www.missionvale.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in January’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Missionvale Care Centre.
The Robin Hood Foundation exist solely to both rescue and uphold the rights of women, children and the elderly through a passion for connecting those that have with those that need and compassion that ceases to fade.
Robin Hood Foundation is committed to mobilising resources from businesses and individuals and putting them directly into the hands of the poor grannies, needy mums and children in our surrounding impoverished and AIDS-affected communities.
Please visit their website at www.robinhoodfoundation.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in December’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for The Robin Hood Foundation.
Thand’usana Babies Safe Home is a safe haven for abandoned and/or abused babies 0-3 years of age. Thandusana is a temporary safe haven that aims to care for HIV infected or affected infants and cares for no more than six babies at a time.
Situated in Port Elizabeth, Thand’usana cares for babies until such time as social workers have established a permanent loving family to care for them.
Please visit their website at www.thandusana.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in November’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Thand’usana Babies Safe Home.
Magical Moments focuses and engages with children who are “unseen” and “unheard”, missing out on the most magical years of their lives, exposed to far too much violence, hatred, anger, hopelessness, hardship and difficulty during their most informative years.
Magical Moments create “Magical Moments & Extra-ordinary Days” for abused, abandoned, disadvantaged, neglected, orphaned, underprivileged and vulnerable children in Johannesburg, uplifting their spirit, giving them hope and exposing them to a world beyond their own.
Please visit their website at www.magicalmoments.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in October’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Magical Moments.
Project Feed the Children is a Non-Profit Organisation run by permanent team members and volunteers from different backgrounds, with a common goal to care for, teach, and feed, children in the informal and rural settlements of Benoni, Gauteng; Delmas, Mpumalanga; Port Shepstone and Mashiwa, KZN.
Please visit their website at www.projectfeedthechildren.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in September’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Project Feed the Children.
Khensani’s Collection is a registered Non-Profit Company (NPC). They aim to provide hope through education. Their work is driven by a passionate belief that we all have a responsibility to promote the development of young people. They strive to give academically talented but economically disadvantaged youth in Diepsloot an opportunity to reach their full potential.
Their good work includes: 1-on-1 Mentorship program, Teen group workshops, Math and science classes, Sponsor a Child and Feeding and family upliftment.
Please visit their website at www.khensaniscollection.org.za
Thank you to all those that participated in August’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Khensani’s Collection.
Greytown Child & Youth Care Centre provides holistic care for more than 150 disadvantaged children from all over KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The dedicated care programmes of the Centre have resulted in countless success stories over the past more than 97 years. Our children are our country’s biggest asset and we aim to afford them opportunities to change their lives for the better through proper education, dedicated Social Workers, on site Nursing and health care professionals, Early Childhood Development Programmes, committed and professional Child Care Workers and support staff.
Please visit their website at www.greytownhome.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in July’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Greytown.
YOUPSA helps pave the way to awaken the creativity, potential and purpose in South African youth. It is an non-profit education project for disadvantaged rural youth in the Eastern Cape Province.
YOUPSA works within the existing school structures. This charity supports 6 disadvantaged schools in the remote rural Chalumna area, Buffalo City Metro in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, impacting over 2,000 students and their communities, 6 school principals, 85 teachers and 30 members of 6 School Governing Bodies. Please visit their website at www.youpsa.org
Thank you to all those that participated in June’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for YOUPSA.
The Durban Child and Youth Care Centre was established in 1905 by a group of concerned men and women, who saw the need to provide substitute care to orphans, destitute children and children with parents who were unable to care for them.
The children who access their programs come from all over Kwa-Zulu Natal. High levels of unemployment, poverty, crime, domestic violence, substance abuse, sexual abuse and HIV/AIDS are experienced in our province which results in many children seeking access to the empowering programs the charity offers. Please visit their website at www.dch.org.za
Thank you to all those that participated in May’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Durban Child & Youth Care Centre.
The Centre is a crèche and pre-school for children from three months to six years. It was started over 20 years ago for families from the Philippi farming community and now also serves children from surrounding townships.
It costs almost R2 million a year to run the Philippi Children’s Centre – to pay 23 staff and provide food and resources to the children. You can help in so many ways. Please visit their website at www.philippichildrenscentre.org
Thank you to all those that participated in April’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Philippi Children’s Centre.
Eco Children is a non-profit organisation, initiated by the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which focuses on hands-on environmental education and whole school development.
Eco Children sow seeds of change, empowering children by increasing their awareness of conservation; stimulating their desire to learn; improving their learning environment; improving the quality of their education; and providing opportunities for talented learners. Please visit their website at www.ecochildren.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in March’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Eco Children.
Starfish Greathearts Foundation was established in 2001 by a group of young South Africans working in London.
Starfish provides support to over 12 000 children orphaned or vulnerable in South Africa by working in partnership with 33 community based organisations. You can make a difference – one child at a time!
Please visit their website at www.starfish.org
Thank you to all those that participated in February’s competition. Cute Kid raised R3,000 for Starfish Greathearts.
CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation was established in 1979 as a support group to parents of children with cancer, by parents of children with cancer
CHOC don’t receive funding from government but rely heavily on donations from caring corporates, individuals and parents of children with cancer. Funds raised are used to provide all-encompassing support – from direct practical help to the children and their families and those involved in the treatment – to necessary equipment. Please visit their website at www.choc.org.za
Thank you to all those that participated in January’s competition. Cute Kid raised R2,500 for CHOC.
Smile Foundation is a South African non-governmental organisation with a comprehensive health care vision for children living with facial conditions.
Smile Foundation together with the country’s Academic Hospitals work together to put the smile back onto children’s faces with corrective facial reconstructive surgery and treatments.
Because every child deserves to smile – visit www.smilefoundationsa.org
Thank you to all those that participated in December’s competition. Cute Kid raised R2,500 for Smile Foundation.
SOS Children’s Villages work for children who are orphaned, abandoned or whose families are unable to care for them. They give these children the opportunity to build lasting relationships within a family.
They enable children to live according to their own culture and religion, and to be active members of the community as well as helping them to recognise and express their individual abilities, interests and talents.
Find out more about their good work on their website – sosvillages.org.za
Thank you to all those that participated in November’s competition. Cute Kid raised R2,500 for SOS Children’s Villages.
Children with life-threatening kidney disease often experience great difficulty in living normal lives due to the tremendous impact that their illness has on them and their families. The Kidney Beanz Trust was established to provide comprehensive support services to these children and their families.
The Trust also provides the children and their families with the skills needed to cope with the heavy demands of chronic dialysis & general preparation for transplantation and post transplantation information is also provided.
To donate R10 SMS “Kidney” to 38007
Find out more about their good work on their website – kidneybeanz.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in October’s competition. Cute Kid raised R2,000 for Kidney Beanz Trust