Halli Trust stands in the GAP for our precious communities through EDUCATION
Halli Trust Vision
To see Halli Trust as a strong NPO with healthy finances to spread our wings beyond the Helderberg area.
To have an outcome to measure and observe the change people make in the community and in their lives.
Halli, our cool mascot is an Akita Japanese dog. He is a fun and loving mascot. Halli assists us with various educational talks on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
We would appreciate a R5 contribution from the children towards a Halli Visits, although a goods donation will be appreciated.
Through our educational talks, we want to leave seeds of knowledge in children’s minds that educators and parents can further develop.
We assess clients at their homes (Helderberg area) to establish the context of their circumstances. We determine the immediate need, to enable us to plan our assistance to the individual/family. We assist in their physical and emotional needs for a short period. We welcome any donations.
Additional Community Involvement
Halli Clubs (8 - 10-year-old children) and Halli Leaders (11 – 18-year-old children)
Needle Work Club
Community: To assist families/individuals for a short period of time and for the family to sustain themselves again.
Halli Clubs: Our vision is to ensure that we invested in children who want to go out and not just to be the CHANGE but to be leaders, work hard and make a difference. We want children who are prepared to be forerunners for their generation.
Needlework: To empower women through a sisterhood to learn a new skill. The skill can be implemented to start an own sewing business or to be creative at home.
Rehabilitation and Caring of Animals
We promote the care of animals in our community (Helderberg area) by educating the owners on the needs of animals and the owners’ responsibilities. We assist owners to sterilize their animals.
We welcome any donations.
To educate owners to take proper care of their animals.