Phuthadishaba Community Centre
The Phuthaditjaba Centre in Alexandria is testament to local Alexandra philanthropist and ‘legend’, Linda Twala. He started the Phuthaditjaba in the 1960’s as a centre providing care and food for the elderly in the area, but it has grown from strength to strength, from a tin clinic to a proper satellite clinic, a proper library, community board room, community hall, soup kitchen, and the future centre of excellence. Phuthaditjaba Community Centre serves as a haven for the poor and vulnerable.
They also have an after-school centre for children to do their homework, a library and computer centre and a nursery school. in South Africa, arises from a deep-seated desire to ensure that as many people as possible are afforded the opportunity to live with dignity.
The Phuthaditjaba Centre has, for example, a sewing facility where individuals are taught marketable and has a more comprehensive approach to education for all levels at the Centre.
“Too many of Alex’s and South Africa,s problems is skills development.” Linda Twala
Besides ensuring that the elderly are well cared for Phuthaditjaba creates something that is essential, a safe haven for children.
People helped by the project
Ages: 0 months to 25 years old.
Where are they?
$ 1000 . /