Services at Manger Marine are provided at a nominal charge to the elderly and disabled reliant on an Old Age Pension (SOAP), which provides support to men over 65 and to women over the age of 60. The second is the Disability Grant (DG), which provides support to adults with disabilities. Manger Marine provide independent living facilities to these groups of beneficiaries. We rely heavily on contributions from local businesses and individuals to provide these services. Manger Marine supports the principle of Healthy and Active Ageing.
Dolphin House provides a safe haven for abandoned and abused children in Pretoria. This fully-equipped care facility is managed by a full-time house mother, house father and a kitchen matron. Dolphin House is a secure environment for children with dormitory style facilities, a study area and a living room/TV room where the children can relax in their free time.
We aim to provide a settled period of residential care with therapeutic emphasis and multi-agency involvement, to help children and young people recover from experiences which have rendered them vulnerable to significant emotional and mental health problems and disruption of primary relationships.
No one should have to go to bed on an empty stomach.
Manna Soup Kitchen provide the basic supplies and ingredients for meals which are cooked on site by the beneficiaries. We also provide clothing and any other goods if and when available.
This give these learners at 43 Early Childhood Development Centre’s( over 2000 children and growing) the edge to provide them with enough energy to enhance concentration in class and to keep learners nourished. Food is a practical yet vital way we can serve those in need.
Manger Care Centre Bakery was started in July of 2009 as part of a self-sustainability and income generating project, boasting a fully equipped bakery in which staff/beneficiaries are trained to become fully qualified to operate in this professional environment. MCC Bakery has established itself in the niche market of providing fresh homemade bread, delectable biscuits and light meals to order.
Eden’s purpose , situated in Benoni, is to support abused woman and children, orphans, recovering addicts, ex- parolees, the unemployed, destitute and physically challenged persons and elderly. All admissions to Eden must be in a position to care for themselves and perform physical tasks/work
SD & ED Projects
Manger Care Centre started its MCC SD&ED Skills & Economic development project to increase sustainable agricultural economical development which falls in line with the 2030 National Development Plan of South Africa. MCC SD & ED specialise in providing accredited agricultural training to rural communities. Situated in Benoni AH our sustainable farm has 20 tunnels providing quality seedlings to surrounding farms and projects.We offer a wide range of services which includes but is not limited to:Enterprise Development, Project Management, Consulting & Organisation Development, Business Plan Writing, On and Off Site Accredited agricultural training,End User Computing Training, Quality Control, MCC Training Venue Hire, Assessing of Plant Production level 1-4 POE’s, Moderating of Plant Production level 1-4 POE’s
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Manger Care Centre creates an environment that enables positive upliftment and empowerment through its various initiatives. We achieve these goals through various programs that provide feeding, clothing, skills development, employment opportunities, post-rehabilitation services and housing for beneficiaries.
Our Main Purpose
Manger Care Centre aims to intervene in the vicious cycle of poverty and at giving children, families and communities in need a chance to become a generation of hope who are strong, dependable members of society, well-educated and morally grounded, capable of nurturing others and making a valuable contribution to the economy. We aim to help individuals to help others and thus enable the next generation to excel.We target areas such as Feeding Schemes, Clothing provision, Skills Development, Community Upliftment, Employment opportunities, rehabilitation Care Projects, including psychological, spiritual and emotional upliftment. We also join hands with other NPO’s to lend support to their projects.
The NLDTF relies on funds from the proceeds of the National Lottery. The Lotteries Act guides the way in which NLDTF funding may be allocated. The NLDTF wants the grants to make a difference to the lives of all South Africans, especially those more vulnerable and to improve the sustainability of the beneficiary organizations. Available funds are distributed to registered and qualifying non-profit organizations in the fields of charities; arts, culture and national heritage; and sport and recreation. By placing its emphasis on areas of greatest need and potential, the NLDTF contributes to South Africa’s development.
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