Overview

Head OfficeSituated at no. 8 Kirschner Road is the Manger’s administrative and operational HEADQUARTERS. The original offices, (A frame and church) were situated in High Road, but were moved to the current smallholding in 2003. The fundraising, maintenance, storage, reception and administration departments all operate from headquarters, and the Manger’s church holds services every Sunday from 9h00 to 11h00. Our food store distributes all the foodstuffs to our centres. We also have a highly successful bakery on the premises. In addition, we provide all new beneficiaries with “starter packs” which contain basic needs such as blankets, toiletries and other essentials.

CURRENT PROJECTS:

Family Support Programme with the assistance through a continuous Food Collection Drive.

Manna Soup Kitchen provides and delivers food to 40 Early Childhood Development Centres (approximately 2000 children and growing), an Old Age Home and a centre for disabled children in the Daveyton and Etwatwa area.

Dolphin House – The purpose of this project is to take care of abandoned and abused children in Mountain View, Pretoria.

Eden - The purpose of Eden House, situated in Benoni, is to support abused woman and children, orphans, recovering addicts, ex- parolees, the unemployed, destitute and disabled persons and elderly people that are unable to care for themselves.

Workplace Re-Integration Contracts – finding employment contracts for the unemployed are a highly successful venture where Manger Care Centre co-operates with businesses in the surrounding area to assist in the upliftment of destitute people, as well as giving them an opportunity to find permanent employment.

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 Skills & Economic Development Projects – Self sustainable project where we supply Agri-Seta accredited agricultural training. We have 2 classrooms and the capacity to train beneficiaries on plant production as well as animal production. We can accommodate approximately 30 students at a time.

THE BENONI BOKSBURG ASSOCIATION FOR THE PHYSICALLY DISABLED (ROBMEN HOUSE) Established in 1985, this home looks after physically and mentally challenged people.  Managed by the Manger Care Centre we operate a self sustainable charity shop from the premises.

Manger Marine - At this centre we provide independent living facilities for the elderly and disabled people of Tshwane.

History of the Manger

Pictures from  the original centre in High Road

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