June 15

Khumbulani Day Care Centre’s New Home

By Emma Thomson on
June 15, 2018

Khumbulani Day Care Centre needs your help. Founded 15 years ago by Gloria Bebeza in her two-bedroom home, this centre of excellence and inspiration has grown since then and now cares for over 300 children every day. Sadly, at its present size, the building can only cater for these children up to the age of 6, which is where you come in. Rhino Africa and Khumbulani endeavor to purchase adjacent land to extend the efforts of this centre and build a haven for children between the ages of 7 and 18.

If we can raise $30,000 to purchase the land, it will unlock millions in NGO funding and a brand new centre will be built fitted with everything the community could hope for in support of their youth. Rhino Africa has pledged to donate $15,000 of this in an effort to get this project off the ground as well as starting a GoFundMe Page for others to contribute to this amazing cause. We’re calling on our family, friends, and guests to add what they can and leave a legacy in Africa. If you need any more convincing, have a look at the images and video below.

A child at Khumbulani showing his colouring
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris
Children colouring in at Khumbulani
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris
Singing to us at Khumbulani
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris
Two girls dressed up in onesies at Khumbulani
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris
Reading a book in Khumbulani uniform
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris
Photo Credit: Rhino Africa Safaris

No matter the value, your contribution will help create a safe haven for children in need and become part of leaving a lasting legacy in Africa.


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About the author 

Emma Thomson

South African born and bred Emma says she's happy to be back on home ground after spending a few years in the UK. An avid coffee lover, equestrian enthusiast and self-proclaimed cat lady, Emma hopes to travel and experience as many cultures, countries and food types as possible. A love affair with language sees her wanting to continue writing and learn as many foreign languages as possible.

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