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Robin Trust: Registered Nurse

Robin Trust is a Christian based NPO, located in the Oude Molen Eco Village, Pinelands, Cape Town, providing health services including sub-acute hospitalisation, frail and dementia (Alzheimer’s) residential care, training to both home based carers and nurses as well as community health care services through our “Community care @ home” programme – placing EN’s, ENA’s and home based Carers with patients in both private homes and institutions.

Robin Trust seeks to appoint a Registered Nurse (RN), based in Cape Town.

St Anne's Homes: Auxiliary Social Worker

ST Anne's Homes is a faith based organisation under the patronage of the Archbishop of the Church of the Province of South Africa. The organisation offers support, shelter, care and empowerment to destitute, distressed, and abused women and their children.

St Anne's Homes seeks to appoint an Auxiliary Social Worker, based in Cape Town.

The Auxiliary Social Worker will provide assistance and support to the Social Worker in promoting social change, problem solving in human relationships and empowering women from abusive backgrounds in a shelter environment. 

Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre: Medical Doctor – HOD TB Department

Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre is a nonprofit organisation that promotes and provides comprehensive preventative and curative health and welfare services in response to the changing needs of our community.

Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre seeks to appoint a Medical Doctor as Head of TB Department, based in Witkoppen, Gauteng.

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Home From Home: Receptionist / Administration Assistant

Home from Home is a small award winning Cape Town organization providing supported and supervised community- based foster care for orphaned, abused, neglected and vulnerable children through a network of small, family homes in disadvantaged communities in South Africa. The founders of the Trust have been involved in professional child-care for many years, and have seen the tremendous success achieved by placing children in this kind of environment.

Jo'burg Child Welfare: Volunteer - Granny Programme

Jo'burg Child Welfare (JCW) is a nonprofit organisation caring for abused, abandoned, neglected, orphaned and vulnerable children for 100 years. The organisation’s vision is to create a caring Johannesburg community that protects all of the children, meeting their needs for love, safety and opportunity. JCW provides direct services to children aged 0–18 and through its Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC) forum, and assists community-based organisations in providing services to orphaned and vulnerable children within the communities they serve.

Germiston Child Welfare: School Counsellor

Greater Germiston Society for Child and Family Welfare (Germiston Child Welfare) continues to provide an Intake service (new referrals) and Nutritional Aid Program to the community aimed at assisting, referring and supporting families and children in crises. The organisation intake service points are located at each of its offices in Germiston and Katlehong.

Germiston Child Welfare seeks to appoint a full-time School Counsellor, based in Germiston, Gauteng.

The School Counsellor will focus on counselling services to primary school children - gr. 1 - gr. 7. 

Jo'burg Child Welfare: Senior Training Coordinator

Jo'burg Child Welfare (JCW) is a nonprofit organisation caring for abused, abandoned, neglected, orphaned and vulnerable children for 100 years. The organisation’s vision is to create a caring Johannesburg community that protects all of the children, meeting their needs for love, safety and opportunity. JCW provides direct services to children aged 0–18 and through its Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC) forum, and assists community-based organisations in providing services to orphaned and vulnerable children within the communities they serve.

Jo'burg Child Welfare: Training Coordinators

Jo'burg Child Welfare (JCW) is a nonprofit organisation caring for abused, abandoned, neglected, orphaned and vulnerable children for 100 years. The organisation’s vision is to create a caring Johannesburg community that protects all of the children, meeting their needs for love, safety and opportunity. JCW provides direct services to children aged 0–18 and through its Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC) forum, and assists community-based organisations in providing services to orphaned and vulnerable children within the communities they serve.

Mdzananda Animal Clinic: Project Manager

The Mdzananda Animal Clinic is the only permanent, nonprofit veterinary council, animal clinic in Khayelitsha, a township area just outside Cape Town, South Africa, home to more than a million people.
 
Mdzananda Animal Clinic was founded in 1996 in response to the need to provide veterinary care to a fast growing community that had no access to help for their animals. Today the clinic serves up to 1000 animals per month through consultations, surgery, hospitalization, x-rays and mobile clinics for sick and injured animals, primarily dogs and cats.
 

Jo'burg Child Welfare: Nursing Auxiliary Workers

Jo'burg Child Welfare (JCW) is a nonprofit organisation caring for abused, abandoned, neglected, orphaned and vulnerable children for 100 years. The organisation’s vision is to create a caring Johannesburg community that protects all of the children, meeting their needs for love, safety and opportunity. JCW provides direct services to children aged 0–18 and through its Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC) forum, and assists community-based organisations in providing services to orphaned and vulnerable children within the communities they serve.

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