(013) 243 4776 sekrm@cmroos.co.za

CARING WITH COMPASSION

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WE NEED YOUR HELP  The need is often greater than realized!

WHO WE ARE

ABOUT CMR MPUMULANGA

We are the umbrella welfare organisation representing more than 20 member organisations and a large number of outreach projects in communities throughout Mpumalanga and the south-eastern parts of Limpopo.

Vision

Compassionate hope for children, families and communities with the aim to protect, develop and empower.

Mission

We apply Christian principles in everything we do.
We render social services to all communities on all levels, irrespective of race, age, gender or association, to promote human dignity and to improve circumstances.
We support one another in the organisation in order to stay healthy to the core and to reflect unity.
We represent our clients in the authorities, welfare structures and organisations to ensure the sustainability of our organisation.
We carry out one strong message of hope to the benefit of our clients, our members and our organisation.
We raise funds to enable us to improve and expand our social services.

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3 REASONS

Here follow a list of 3 reasons that will be an advantage
to you when you invest and/or donate.

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN – FOR OUR CHILDREN

Through our registration as Child Protection Organisation, we are authorised with the securing of standards to protect children through the court as well as placement in safe places – ± 600 children per year are protected through court orders and safe placements.

SEC 18A AND BEE – FOR YOUR BENEFIT

We are a registered NPO (034-569 NPO) and comply with all the conditions, which entitles donors to a tax exemption receipt in terms of section 18A of the TAX ACT and a BEE points certificate to score SED (Socio-Economic Development, Code 700) points on donors’ B-BBEE scorecards.

INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – FOR OUR COMMUNITY

The CMR increasingly contributes to the prevention of social problems.  We therefore offer a variety of prevention programmes for problems such as alcohol and drug dependency, crime and HIV/Aids.  We are planting home schools in our under-developed areas for those between 0 and 5 years.

Poverty relief and income generation programmes include the following:

  • Food parcels and providing in basic needs.
  • Assist people to free themselves from the grip of poverty and become part of the mainstream economy.
  • Needlework and gardening projects in order to enable people to increase their income in the longer term.

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