The Durbanville Children's Home opened its doors in 1883 and is celebrating 130 years of care to children in need in 2013. We have 144 children aged from 2 to 18 at our home and are a non-profit, church based residential care home who looks after children in need of care from all communities of the Cape Peninsula. We are recognised as a model for child and youth care in a therapeutic milieu.
The Children‘s Home receive 32% subsidy from the Government, therefore we are very dependent on local and foreign communities for funds and donations. Please have a look around at the programs we offer, the children who benefit from it and how you can get involved and make a difference in the life of a traumatised child.
For a map to our home, kindly click here. If you would like to contribute, please click here. To become involved, kindly attend our compulsory information session on the last Tuesday of every month, Jan-Oct, at 6h30 pm at the Children's Home. This is the best way to learn more about us and the ideal opportunity for you to ask any specific questions you may have.