Grandmothers’ support group is one of the projects by Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS).
Botshelo Trust is a mentoring institution in Shakawe enabling children, youth and community/church leaders.
Albinism is a rare genetic condition with the highest prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa.
Camphill Community Trust‘s aim is to provide services to people with special needs.
Ithute Go Tshameka devotes time to nurture the young and most vulnerable citizens in Botswana.
Let Every Man Succeed (LEMSO) help Government to activate its policies fully to the community.
STHS represent and promote the rights, interests and participation of People With Disabilities (PWD) and their caregivers.
Bana Ba Metsi is a school with the objective to rehabilitate Botswana’s youth at risk, develop their skills, attitudes, and personal qualities.
Cancer Association of Botswana is dedicated to reducing the impact of cancer on all affected in
Childline Botswana’s primary mission is to help abused children through intervention methods like
counselling, education, case work and alternative care programmes.
Flying Mission Services is committed to easing the burden of transportation for medical and mission work in the remote areas of Botswana through aviation.
The Tlamelong Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1974 and focuses on improving the lives of people living with disabilities.
Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS) is a non-governmental and non-profit making organisation founded by retired nurses.
Little Friends Day Care Centre is an initiative that rescues orphaned and vulnerable children in Serowe.
The Ray of Hope Foundation makes wishes and dreams come true for children facing life-threatening illness.
SOS Children’s Villages seeks to help vulnerable children in Tlokweng and Gaborone.
Shona Quip, in Partnership with Lady Khama Charitable Trust, aim to provide affordable, accessible and quality postural support devices for the severely disabled with this ongoing project.
Cynthia’s Day Care Centre was granted financial assistance to help with the construction of two classrooms, a kitchen and a storeroom to add to the existing infrastructure.
Lady Khama Charitable Trust continues to assist Camphill Community Trust and this time, LKCT donated a 10 seater combi with our Patron, Lt-Gen. S.K.I Khama handing over the keys.