(012) 460 9272x2 marketing@cmrn.co.za

CENTRES OF HOPE

The CMR North operates through 16 CENTRES OF HOPE, situated geographically in 3 Provinces (Gauteng, North-West and Limpopo)

The Centres are situated in:

Gauteng (Pretoria)

Child Centre

The Save-A-Child project was initiated in 2000 to make a meaningful difference in the lives of high-risk children. The Child Centre is equipped with 2 therapy rooms, where assessments and therapy sessions take place behind one-way mirrors, and with built-in DVD cameras to record sessions needed as proof in Child Court proceedings. Services such as foster care, adoption and assessment and therapy are rendered by specially trained senior social workers, as these kinds of services request specific expertise and knowledge.

The Child Therapy Centre, in collaboration with the other Centres of Hope, help children through the following specialised support services:

  • PROTECTION of children by removing them from parental care in terms of the Children’s Act.
  • Recruitment of PLACES OF SAFETY to provide children with loving care pending the children’s court case.
  • ASSESSMENT of family relationships and wellbeing: assessment of children and adults are applied in a three-hour assessment session.
  •  The PLACEMENT of children in substitute care through the recruitment of foster parents and/or adoptive parents.
  • TRAINING AND SUPPORT for substitute parents.
  • INTENSIVE THERAPY for the children involved helping them to adapt to their circumstances.
  • ASSESSERINGS- EN TERAPIE EENHEID
    • Assesserings- en kort termyn terapie is beskikbaar vir kinders wie in hoë risiko omstandighede leef en gesinne wat betrokke is by kinderhof ondersoeke.
  • Doel van die eenheid:
    • Om die maatskaplike werkers wat met die gesinne werk, te ondersteun ten einde ‘n effektiewe diens te lewer wat die bewaring van gesinne sal bevorder;
    • Inligting verkry uit die assesserings kan gebruik word om aanbevelings te maak aan die kinderhof oor die beplanning vir kinders se toekoms wat in hulle beste belang sal wees;
    • Om tydige ingryping te verseker waar kinders bloot gestel word aan ernstige mishandeling of verwaarlosing;
    • Om maatskaplike werkers met kennis toe te rus;
    • Om ouers toe te rus met kennis en vaardighede;
    • Om trauma terapie te lewer aan kinders wat trauma beleef het.

Vir ‘n afspraak kontak Yolanda Turvey by
Tel: 012-333 0421 of Yolanda@cmrn.co.za

  • Pleegsorgeenheid:
    CMR Noord Kindersentrum
  • Hierdie eenheid is verantwoordelik vir die werwing, keuring en toerusting van pleegouers dmv opleiding. Die eenheid is ook betrokke by die passing van kinders wie in pleegsorg geplaas moet word by spesifieke pleeggesinne. Die maatskaplike werker kies dus ‘n spesifieke pleeggesin wat in die betrokke kind se behoeftes kan voorsien. Pleegouers word toegerus met kennis en vaardighede om terapeutiese en genesende ouerskap toe te pas omdat kinders wat verwyder is uit hulle ouers se sorg, dikwels komplekse trauma het en pleegouers spesifieke hulp en toerusting nodig het om die trauma te hanteer. Die pleegouers word ook ondersteun na die plasing van die pleegkind met praktiese leiding en emosionele ondersteuning. Pleegouers en maatskaplike werkers van ander organisasies is ook welkom om by die pleegsorg opleiding in te skakel.   Hierdie eenheid het ook ‘n baie prakties en bruikbare pleegsorg handleiding wat teen ‘n geringe fooi by die pleegsorg eenheid aangekoop kan word.

Vir verdere navrae kontak asb Minka Vervat, Senior  Maatskaplike werker by
Tel: 012-333 0421 of kinders2@cmrn.co.za 

ADOPTION SERVICES RENDERED BY CMR NORTH

What is Adoption?

  • Adoption is the placement of a child in the permanent care of a person or persons who are not the biological parents of the child. The aim of adoption is to protect and care for children by providing a safe, stable and loving environment for them with their adoptive family.

 

Different types of adoptions the CMR North does:

  • Disclosed adoption: Family, step-parent and adoption from foster care

 

Costs:

  • There are different costs involved for the different types of adoption, as the adoption process differ. For more information, the CMR North can be contacted in this regard.

Contact Person:  Minka Vervat, Adoption Social Worker

Tel:
012 333 0421 or kinders2@cmrn.co.za

Child Protection Centre

Op 1 April 2015 sien hierdie nuwe Sentrum van Hoop die lig binne CMR Noord. ‘n Nuwe werkswyse word in die CMR Noord geimplementeer deurdat die Kinderbeskerming Sentrum alle Kinderhofverrigtinge vir die verskillende gebiedskantore in Gauteng hanteer. Die fokus van die Sentrum is om Kinders te beskerm soos wat vereis word binne die Kinderwet (Wet 38/2005).

For the first book year of this Centre’s existence, a total number of 300 cases were dealt with by 5 social workers and one social auxiliary worker via court proceedings. A number of 484 children were reached.

These social workers need to ‘specialise’ in order to focus on their cases given to them. Court work is a very intense, time-consuming and expensive service.

Why so expensive?

Wanneer ‘n saak aangemeld word, is daar verskeie dienste wat gelewer moet word naamlik:

  • Assessering van die gesin se situasie en volledige psigo-sosiale ondersoek
  • Kinder assesserings, Interaksionele analises en volwasse evaluerings vorm meeste van die tyd deel van die ondersoek
  • Terapie vir gesinne, ouerleiding, opstel van ouerplanne ens. is van die dienste wat direk aan die gesin gelewer word
  • Kollaterale ondersoek (opvolg met verskeie bronne in die gemeenskap tov die gesin se funksionering bv. Skool, werkgewers, kerk, familie lede, familie ens.)
  • Verslagskrywing van bevindinge met aanbevelings vir die hof (maandeliks moet daar aan die Hof verslag gelewer word op die vordering van elke saak)
  • The task of the social worker in this Centre is to determine whether a child is in need of care, taking into account what is in the best interest of the child. Should a child be found in need of care (due to reasons described in the Children’s Act as per Sect 150), the Court can consider various options to protect and secure a child for example:
    • A child can remain in the care of the parent with certain conditions that the court can set together with Sect 155 and Sect 47
    • A child can be placed in Foster Care
    • A child can be placed in a Child and Youth Care Centre (CYCC)
    • A child can be placed in a School of Industry

    But still, Prevention is better than cure and the various CMR offices render services to avoid Court intervention as far as possible (as last resort).

    Die realiteit is dat die Kinderwet voorsiening maak dat die publiek die hof direk mag nader. ‘n Grootste persentasie van die sake wat by die KBS beland, is dus ‘n Vorm 9 bevel waarin die hof ‘n ondersoek beveel.

    As already mentioned, this service is very costly and not a visible service to the public. Especially due to the fact the Children Act states that children in the statutory process, cannot be exposed to the public as this matter is “in camera” and the child’s identity be protected.

    Indien u ‘n bydrae wil maak tov hierdie Sentrum se dienste, is hier paar voorstelle hoe u van hulp kan wees:

    • Borg ‘n kind teen R625 per maand of eenmalig teen R 7500 per jaar.
    • Bied u dienste aan as Plek van Veiligheid ouer
    • Indien u ‘n vakkundige is, bied op pro-bona basis dienste aan soos sielkundige evaluerings, mediese dienste, terapie ens.

    Contact us:
    Manager: Rene Pretorius

    Tel:
    012 654 6053

    E-mail:
    manager1@cmrn.co.za

     

    Daspoort/Pretoria-West

    Who are we?
    CMR Daspoort, in co-operation with 16 other Centres of Hope in the CMR North system, helps with the protection and safekeeping of children in high-risk situations, due to physical abuse, neglect or sexual abuse. Protection of children in accordance with the Children’s Act 35/2008, Child Justice Act 75/2008 and Sexual Offenders Act 32/2007 and various other related Acts is our main focus of service.

    How does the community look?

    • There is a high number of reported cases of child abuse and specifically sexual abuse and severe child neglect.
    • There is a high tendency of poverty that leads to subletting of premises and rooms in houses. Families have a low income or no income, children leave school at an early age to start earning an income for the family.
    • Parents often do not send children to school and children have poor school attendance that influences the rest of their school performance and future.
    • Alcohol and drug abuse, a challenge that impacts negatively on the quality of family life.
    • Teenage pregnancies and single parents. This place high financial pressure on resources at the office and in the community.
    • High conflict and abusive relationships between parents or life partners result in conflict between parents during divorce or the custody and care of the children involved. The social workers must intervene to mediate this situation.
    • The basic need for housing, food and other material needs.

    Services rendered

    • Family Preservation
    • Child Protection
    • Preventative services
    • Poverty Alleviation and basic support

    Other projects and upliftment programmes

    • Daspoort Women’s Needlework group with the support of volunteers from NG Church Wonderboompoort is a very successful group with income-generating possibilities and learning of entrepreneurial skills
    • School stationery and school clothes to vulnerable children
    • Awareness programmes at schools like Child Abuse Awareness.
    • Holiday programmes
    • Parenting Programme
    • Annual information session and “Thank You Tea” for foster parents
    • Light up a child’s face and “Donate a Christmas Present”
    • Food parcel assistance or cooked meals
    • Second-hand clothing shop

    There is a play therapist at the office that focuses on the support of traumatized and abused children.

    Services are rendered in the following areas,
    Daspoort, Mountain View, Suiderberg, Roseville, Parktown, Mayville, Less Marais and  Eloffsdal.

    How can you get involved?

    • Donate food for food parcels. (tinned food, maize meal, sugar, soy products, rice, cooked meals)
    • Donate blankets for the winter
    • Sponsor a child’s therapy, R 3000 per child per year (play therapist)
    • Sponsor a child’s crèche fees, R 600 per month
    • Sponsor a food parcel @ R300 per month
    • Material/wool for needlework
    • Donate stationery, Christmas presents
    • White office paper
    • Cash donations to the “Save a Child Fund”

    What can we provide?

    • We will issue a Section 18(A) certificate
    • We will issue a BEE certificate.

    Contact details:

    Telephone:
    012 379 5860

    Office hours:
    08:00 -16:00
    Friday:
    08:00 – 13:00

    Email address: 
    petrofourie@cmrn.co.za

    Manager:
    Petro Fourie
    petrofourie@cmrn.co.za

     

    Lotus Gardens

    Who are we?

    CMRN Lotus Gardens is one of the 17 Centres of Hope of the CMR North, which is a non-profit organisation, established in 1936, that consists of a professional network of social workers.

    Our vision is to give hope to people in despair and our mission is to be the organisation of choice and to be positioned uniquely to unite with other role-players to implement social service programs to transform the needs of individuals and families, into HOPE.

    CMRN Lotus Centre of Hope is situated in the Western Side of Pretoria and was established in 2005. It renders broad and holistic services to the community of Lotus Gardens, of which most of our beneficiaries resides in RDP and low-cost houses. There is a significant development, which has brought growth and building of bond houses in the community.

    We focus on giving people the opportunity to live life to their FULL potential through the provision of these services:

    • Family Preservation
    • Child Protection (Foster care and Family reunification services)
    • Poverty alleviation/Community building

     

    • Identified needs  and challenges in the community:
    • There is a high need of awareness campaigns regarding, Child protection, GBV and the importance of financial planning
    • Sustainable job creation projects.
    • Due to the high tendency of alcohol and drug abuse, Lotus becomes an ideal area for gangsterism and drug lords.
    • In areas where there is low income or no income in families, children leave school early,  leading to high unemployment, illiteracy and limited opportunities to further skilling or studies.

     

    Projects and other services

    • Annual School Bag Project, for 50 newly enrolled grade 1 learners.
    • School Bully Awareness at various schools
    • Annual Foster Parent Meeting
    • School stationery and school clothes to vulnerable children
    • Awareness programmes at schools
    • Holiday programmes and cultural days
    • Parenting Programme
    • Light up a child’s face with the yearly “Donate a Christmas Present”
    • Food parcel assistance
    • Teenage camp

     

    How can you get involved?

    • Donate food for food parcels (tinned food, maize meal, sugar, soy products, rice)
    • Donate blankets for the winter
    • Sponsor a child’s therapy, R 3000 per child per year (play therapist)
    • Sponsor a child’s crèche fees, R 600 per month
    • Sponsor a food parcel @ R300 per month
    • Donate stationery and Christmas presents
    • White office paper
    • Cash donations to the “Save a Child” fund

     

    What can we provide?

    • We will issue a Section 18(A) certificate
    • We will issue a BEE certificate

    Contact details: 

    Lotus Garden Office

    Telephone:
    065 815 2240

    Street address:
    Lotus Garden Community Centre,
    Ruth First street, Lotus Gardens.

    Email:
    lotusgardens@cmrn.co.za

    Contact Person:

    Social Worker:
    Mr J. Mamadi

    Manager:
    Mrs N.Mashao

     

    Derdepoort

    CMR Derdepoort Centre of Hope supplies a one-stop service to all our clients.

    We deliver services through the following programmes.

    • Poverty alleviation and community development.
    • Child protection.

    The Poverty alleviation program includes the following projects:

    • Feeding scheme and clothing project.
    • Pre-School Development project.
    • Job creation project.

    Feeding scheme and clothing project:

    • We have a feeding scheme where 110 registered families with a very low income are receiving monthly basic food packets. Clothes store: We supplied families with clothes and they can purchase clothes at very low prices.

    Pre-School development project:

    • The day-care centre can accommodate 42 toddlers between the age of 3 and 6 years where they can learn and play every day. They are very lucky to have 3 trained pre-school teachers and one teacher who is busy with her training. The kids receive two balanced meals and 2 snacks per day and some of them receive occupational therapy.
    • The majority of these children are in high-risk family situations and the social worker can therefore monitor and assess the children on a continual basis. It’s a very sensible way in keeping children in their families and ensuring that the children are safe.

    Job creation project:

    • Job creation (handcraft) project every Thursday morning for underprivileged mothers.

    Family Preservation:

    • In this program, we focus to keep children within their families. Service delivery is achieved through assessing, counselling and therapy to individuals as well as in family and group context. Parents are empowered through an extensive group program of training and therapy.

    Child Protection:

    • In this program, we focus on the protection of children. When children’s welfare is in danger (from e.g. physical abuse, molestation, or emotional abuse), they are removed through the Child Protection Act and placed in alternative care, e.g. foster care, children’s home or industrial schools.
    • Foster families receive continuous support and guidance. Biological parents are involved in family reunification services.

    Needs of our office:

    • Stationery for children e.g. crayons,  glitter glue, pritt, etc. Schoolbags for children Sweets, chips, cake and fruit juice for pre-school children’s birthday parties.

    Wishlist (CMR DERDEPOORT)

    • Kids Needs:
      Basic Survival-kit: for children that are removed from a dangerous family-situation: decent bag with basic toiletries and a cuddly toy. Schoolbags filled with basic stationery (for older children) e.g. pritt, pencil-case, calculator and mathematics set; Schoolbags filled with basic stationery (for younger children) e.g. pritt, roll-out crayons; Stationery (e.g. A4 hardcover books, 72 pages scripts; pencils and pens, coloured cartons, plastic and book covers); Educational toys e.g. puzzles, skipping ropes, beads etc. School shoes and canvas shoes – all sizes.

    General:

    • Plastic transparent crates for storage (30 big ones);

    Contact details of the office:

    Address:
    128 Jurgens Street, East Lynne

    Tel:
    012 800 4866

    Email:
    derdepoort@cmrn.co.za

    Moot

    CMR Moot has been rendering services in the Moot area for more than 40 years.

    The following programs are being implemented and focus on the following programs:

    • Prevention of Family disintegration – 15 Families are currently participating in this program.
    • Child Protection – 65 Families are currently receiving foster care supervision- and family reunification services
    • Community Development and Poverty Alleviation – 69 Families are currently benefiting from a feeding scheme.

    Services are currently being rendered by 1 social worker, 1 social auxiliary worker and 5 volunteers. The office also works in partnership with the Moot Care project.

    Areas we serve:
    NG Church congregation members and referrals from the following areas: Jakaranda; Rietfontein North; Rietfontein South; Riviera and Wonderboom South. All cases in Villieria.

    Contact Us:

    Tel: 
    065 818 5489

    Fax2mail: 
    086 524 4591

    Email: 
    moot@cmrn.co.za

    Address:
    DRC Rietfontein
    16th Avenue 615
    Rietfontein, 0084

    VOS Community Centre

    VOS Community Centre

    • The CMR Noord VOS community centre is one of the 15 Centres of Hope of the CMR Noord, which is a non-profit organisation, established in 1936, that consists of a professional network of social workers.
    • VOS community centre runs a One-stop project in which homeless people around Sunnyside of all racial groups and gender, are provided with a meal and a place to shower.
    • The project has been running for 20 years and provides essential service to the homeless community. The meals are served three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday).
    • Due to economic constraints, the meals are basic bread/pap and soup on Mondays and Wednesdays, and a full meal is only on Fridays.
    • The registered number of beneficiaries is 60.

    Contact Details:

    Physical addresses:
    116 Joubert Street

    Telephone numbers:
    012 341 2318

    E-mail:
    VOS Community Centre:
    sentraal@cmrn.co.za

    Contact Person:

    Social Worker: Mr J.Mamadi
    Manager: Mrs N.Mashao

    Lynnwood

    CMR Lynnwood

    Generic social work services are rendered in the following programmes:

    • Family preservation services (counselling, therapy, and group work)
    • Child protection services (children’s court investigations, alternative placement of children and rendering of foster care supervision services)
    • Family reunification services
    • Life skills- and skills training to domestic workers who are employed in the areas surrounding the Lynnwood office.

     

    Contact Details:

    Physical address:
    NGK Lynnwood, c/o Sussex & Alpine Road, Lynnwood

    Telephone number:
    012 348 0003

    Fax:
    012 348 0003

    Fax to e-mail:
    086 524 4602

    E-mail:

    Lynnwood Office:
    petro@cmrn.co.za

    Contact Person

    Social Worker:
    Mrs P. Barnard

    Manager:
    Mrs N.Mashao

    Wierdapark

    Who are we?
    CMR Wierdapark is one of the Centres of Hope of the CMR North, which is a non-profit organisation, established in 1936, that consists of a professional network of social workers. Our vision is to give hope to people in despair and our mission is to be the organisation of choice and to be positioned uniquely to unite with other role-players to implement social service programs to transform the needs of individuals and families, into HOPE.
    We focus on giving people the opportunity to live life to their FULL potential through our team response to four (4) main needs in communities:

    • Family Preservation
    • Child Protection (including adoptions & foster care)
    • Poverty alleviation/Community building
    • Support and care to vulnerable women and children

    How does the community look? 

    Centurion is mostly a high functioning area, but there is a high tendency of alcohol and drug abuse.  High-income families are challenged by the increase of unemployment – families are destitute and dependant on friends and family for financial support. The struggles and needs of single parents and other relationship problems place financial pressure on the community and resources. High conflict and abusive relationships between parents or life partners result in conflict between parents during divorce or the custody and care of the children involved. The social workers must intervene to mediate this situation. Children are unfortunately in the middle of these conflict and family violence situations. CMR Wierdapark is privileged to have a good working relationship with the different schools and churches in our area. The social worker visits the schools on a regular basis to attend to the needs of the children in challenged families. CMR Wierdapark render services in the following communities; Bronberrick, Celtisdal, Clubview, Clubview Estates, Deltoida, Eldo Glen, Eldo Manor, Eldo Park, Eldoraigne, Hennopspark, Raslouw, Sunderland Ridge A.H., Sunderland Ridge, Wierdapark, Wierdapark Estates.

    Projects and other services:

    • Annual Foster Parent Meeting and “Thank you Tea
    • School stationery and school clothes to vulnerable children
    • Awareness programmes at schools
    • Holiday programmes
    • Light up a child’s face with the yearly “Donate a Christmas Present”
    • Food parcel assistance

    How can you get involved?

    • Donate food for food parcels. (tinned food, maize meal, sugar, soy products, rice)
    • Donate blankets for the winter
    • Sponsor a child’s therapy, R 3000 per child per year
    • Sponsor a food parcel @ R300 per month
    • Donate stationery and Christmas presents
    • White office paper
    • Cash donations to the “Save-a-Child” fund

    Contact us: 

    Tel:
    (012) 654-6026 / (012) 660-2366

    E-mail: 
    valhalla@cmrn.co.za

    Address:
    NG Church Wierdapark, Piet Hugo Street 275, Wierdapark, 0157.

    Manager:                                           Supervisor:
    Petro Fourie                                     
    Minka Vervat

    petrofourie@cmrn.co.za                  kinders2@cmrn.co.za

    Wonderboom

    The areas of focus at CMR Wonderboom:

    • Child Protection services:

    The services includes:

        • Prevention services
        • Safekeeping of vulnerable children
        • Children’s Court investigations
        • Foster care supervision services
        • Re-unification services
        • Parental guidance

     

    Areas:
    Annlin, Magalieskruin, Montana, Overkruin, Sinoville, Wonderboom, Doornpoort

    Contact

    Kontakpersoon:
    Arina Jordaan 

    Epos Adres: 
    wonderb@cmrn.co.za

    Tel:
    012 567 4551 / 012 567 3016

    Adres:
    Kameeldoringlaan 65
    Wonderboom, 0182

    North West

    Brits

    CMR Brits opened 14 September 1957 and is a registered NGO forming part of the North West Province’s Centre’s of Hope. Our vision is to give hope to people in despair and our mission is to be the organisation of choice and to be positioned uniquely to unite with other role-players to implement social service programs to transform the needs of individuals and families, into HOPE. CMR Brits focus on the protection and safekeeping of children in high-risk situations, due to physical abuse, neglect, or sexual abuse in accordance with the Children’s Act 35/2008, Child Justice Act 75/2008 and Sexual Offenders Act 32/2007 and various other related Acts.

    How does the community look?

    • There is a high number of reported cases of child abuse and specifically sexual abuse and severe child neglect.
    • Due to a high poverty rate, parents often do not send children to school and children have poor school attendance, this influence the rest of their school performance.
    • Due to the rural and farming areas in Brits, Mooinooi and Hartbeespoort transport is often a big challenge.  Parents can just not afford to get the children to school.
    • The misuse of alcohol and drugs is a huge challenge that impacts negatively on the quality of family life.
    • High conflict and abusive relationships between parents or life partners result in conflict between parents during divorce or the custody and care of the children involved. The social workers must intervene to mediate this situation.
    • Teenage pregnancies and single parents.
      This places high financial pressure on resources at the office and in the community.
    • The basic need for housing, food and other material needs.
      Families often move to Brit’s area without accommodation and therefore land up destitute and living on the streets and informal settlements.
    • Foreigners from neighbouring countries arrive in Brits destitute and without the necessary legal documents with little job possibilities, placing a huge financial burden on the economy of Brits and surrounding areas.

    Services rendered

    • Family Preservation
    • Child Protection (Foster Care and Family Reunification)
    • Foster Care Supervision

    Preventative services

    Involvement in schools focuses on teen suicide, drug and alcohol abuse and abuse.

    The social workers have a lot of success in the schools with helping children through volunteers that gives therapy sessions.

    CMR, the schools, the teachers, and the youth workers all work together to help the children Social work services are rendered to the Magisterial District of Brits.

    Other services include

    • The “Style 4 you” is one of the projects that teaches women to design and make tailored clothes. With the support of volunteers, this is a very successful group with income-generating possibilities and the learning of entrepreneurial skills
    • School stationery and school clothes to vulnerable children
    • Awareness programmes at schools
    • Holiday programmes
    • Parenting Programme
    • Light up a child’s face with the yearly “Donate a Christmas Present”
    • Food parcel assistance

    How can you get involved?

    • Donate food for food parcels. (tinned food, maize meal, sugar, soy products, rice and toiletries)
    • Donate blankets for the winter
    • Sponsor a child’s therapy, R 3000 per child per year
    • Sponsor a food parcel @ R300 per month per family
    • Donate stationery, Christmas present
    • White office paper
    • Cash donations to the “Save a Child” fund

    What can we provide?

    • We will issue a Section 18(A) certificate
    • We will issue a BEE certificate.

    Contact Details  

    Tel:
    012 252-0300
    012 252-3207
    012 252-1956

    Email: 
    britscmr@telkomsa.net

    Address:
    8 Rutgers Road, Brits, 0250

    Office hours:
    08:00 – 15:30
    Fridays:
    08:00 – 13:00

    Manager:
    Petro Fourie
    petrofourie@cmrn.co.za

    Hartbeespoort service point contact details:

    Tel:
    064 956 6770

    Address:
    Road 511, French Toast, Hartbeespoort

    Office hours:
    08:00 – 13:30

    Email:
    britscmr@telkomsa.net

    Manager:
    Petro Fourie  
    petrofourie@cmrn.co.za

    Limpopo

    Warmbaths (Bela-Bela)
    Messina (Musina)
    Louis Trichardt

    CMR North Head Office

    Director:
    Maryke Venter

    Tel:
    012 460 9272 x 1

    E-mail:
    marketing@cmrn.co.za

    Finance Manager:
    Jacqueline van Dyk

    Tel:
    012 460 9272 x 4

    E-mail:finance@cmrn.co.za

    Marketing & Fundraising:
    Anja Le Cornu

    Tel:
    012 460 9272 x 2

    E-mail:
    marketing@cmrn.co.za

    There are many ways you can help

    • Support the Save-A-Child Project
    • Donate Non-money Items
    • Volunteer Your Time
    • Form a Prayer Group
    • Donate” your Birthday

    Get in touch

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