Over the past two week’s we’ve ask you to tell us about worthy organisations serving our youth in various communities and we’ve received so many. Usually at this time, we shut down our main studios, jump in our vehicles and hit the roads around the Western Cape to connect with communities and people in those communities who make a meaningful difference. Centre for Humanity is a registered non-profit company, established in the city of Cape Town, in South Africa.

The organisation was founded in 2018, with great plans to deliver a brighter tomorrow in South Africa.

In 2018, the number of people living in the country concluded to more than 57million, and while every single individual is counted as a resident in South Africa, there are many who aren’t taken note of.

If a homeless individual is considered in a county’s census, then surely, he/she must also be considered in the act of humanity.

Centre for Humanity strives in noticing individuals who don’t have the necessary support, who struggle to meet their basic needs and above all else, don’t have the opportunities to grow and thrive.

CHF representative, Adiel Kader, joins us on the line…