Our main objective with hosting our campaigns is to facilitate awareness and to make our partners more aware of our needs and our children’s programs and achievements.

Fundraising Day

26 March 2021

The Durbanville Children’s Home invites you to be part of our fundraising day by purchasing a numbered block of 50cm x 50cm at only R250 !!!!


You stand the chance to win one of 3 prizes:
First prize: A full, slaughtered, processed, quality, ready-to-braai “Bees” plus a Weber Braai.
Second prize: Liquid gold aka A KWV Brandy Package.
Third prize: A well-deserved getaway weekend for the family.



The “Bees” is released onto the marked field and the block that he “does his business” on is the winning block. A lucky draw will be done to determine the 2nd and 3rd prize winners.

Businesses also have the opportunity to place an advertisement on the big screen for only R500.

BokRadio will broadcast live on the day and B-Promotions will also form part of the day’s proceedings.

For more information / Purchase of tickets, send an email to We will forward you an invoice and as soon as we receive proof of payment a ticket with your block number(s) will be mailed to you.

Mandela Day

18 July 2020

“One of the way we can build a better future for our children is by empowering them through allowing them to speak up for themselves. Of course, we as adults have to guide them and to take the ultimate responsibility but that is something quite different from patronising them. The rights of children must, importantly, include the right to be themselves and to talk for themselves.” – Nelson Mandela

  • Donation of non-perishable food items
  • Single bed comforters and fleece blankets
  • Lunch boxes containing chips, cool drink and sweets
  • Pre-loved clothing
  • School shoes

Superhero Sunday

30 August 2020

Superheroes promote well-intentioned messages about standing up for peers and protecting others. Kids can also learn more about courage, self-sacrifice, self-control, and willpower.

We are planning a fun-filled day where the children’s role models can act as superheroes by conveying a message of hope through singing and dancing. Well-known artists like Neville D & Rouchelle Liedemann will be part of the superhero line-up.

  • Make a financial donation to make this day possible
  • Superhero costumes for children (between the ages of 2-18)
  • Superhero goodie bag containing chips, cool drink and sweets

World Hunger Day


16 October 2020

It has been estimated that almost 800 million people in the world do not have enough food to eat. This is quite a staggering figure. Celebrating sustainable solutions to hunger and poverty is the aim of this day.

The average person spends roughly R306+ on their daily meals.

  • #GiveItUp focuses on the willingness to sacrifice your meal expenses for the day and to donate it to the Durbanville Children’s Home

16 Days of Activism against Women and Children

25 November 2020 – 10 December 2020

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls.

  • Support us by purchasing a fridge magnet @ R20 each to promote awareness
  • Get involved with our Sponsor-a-child initiative (
  • Make a financial donation towards therapy for our children (10 sessions per child @ R150 per session)


November/December 2020

To focus on the gift of giving by mimicking the example showcased in the Word where gifts were brought to baby Jesus.

We want to make our children feel special by receiving a gift, but to also be aware of the deeper meaning of Christmas.

Stationary is a huge expenditure as our children are currently attending 39 different schools.

Christmas gifts

Stationary packs

Supporting these campaigns will contribute to positively influence the behaviour of our children and to assist us to expand our skills development.

This is an ideal opportunity for corporates to do this as their CSI project.

Corporates can accumulate value BBEEE points and an 18A certificate.