CRADLE TO CAREER THROUGH THE CRISIS

A child’s birthplace shouldn’t
determine her future.
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Poverty is Complex.

The world’s poor face challenges that have deep-rooted causes, often spanning generations.

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But the cycle is breakable.

We have created a pathway out of poverty that guides children from their first steps to their first jobs.

COMPREHENSIVE CARE DURING COVID

Since the pandemic began, we’ve endured some of the highest death rates in the world, drought, economic collapse, and violent political unrest. Our COVID response is saving lives. Our cradle to career model is protecting pathways out of poverty.

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20,000

Life-saving COVID vaccines have been administered to members of the community.

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30,000

People benefited from monthly food packages during the height of the crisis.

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Students have resumed receiving top notch academic instruction and psychosocial support.

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100%

of mothers living with HIV give birth to healthy, HIV-free babies in a community where 1 in 3 pregnant women is infected.

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400

Young people were placed in jobs despite facing record unemployment rates.

You can’t raise a child in a
day, a week, or even a year.
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Ubuntu is building a safer, stronger, more hopeful future.

Join us to transform lives.

How You Can Help

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Kholisa
Supporting Ubuntu through art, South Africa

"I’ve chaired Ubuntu’s Johannesburg Gala since its inception. As the founder of Art Talks, a platform that connects the art world with art buyers, I use my relationship with South Africa’s most brilliant artists to support Ubuntu’s life-changing work. I’m proud to be a part of Ubuntu’s mission and create uplifting connections that make the world a better place."

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Zi
Supporting Ubuntu through food, United States

“Greatness is not what you have, it is what you give.” Giving my talents in efforts to raise funds for the beautiful people of South Africa was truly a pleasure, blessing, and an honor. After all, Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu. I am because you are!

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Oyanda
supports Ubuntu through movement

I wanted to connect and celebrate the gift of yoga since the country has been through so much since COVID-19 started. Giving back is part of my yoga lifestyle, which is why I decided to host my International Day of Yoga livestream as a fundraiser for Ubuntu.

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Andrew & Megan
Donated their wedding, United States

"On our wedding day, we chose to support Ubuntu so that the love and celebration we felt could extend far beyond our community. We wanted to help give Gqeberha’s children what they deserve and need most."

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Vuvu
Ran marathons, South Africa

"Fundraising for Ubuntu was such a rewarding experience because we were helping to change lives by doing what we love. It was awesome to witness how generous people were when we asked them for support!"

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Shanthi
Gives monthly, United States

"Ubuntu understands that a child’s path from poverty is not just about education. Their holistic model is one any donor should feel confident getting behind. It’s what inspired me to get more involved and give monthly."

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The Ubuntu Campus

A symbol of our belief that access to quality education and healthcare is a right, not a privilege. During the pandemic, the Ubuntu Centre was a shining hope, a place of stability, where the community turned for help.

The campus continues to grow. Our newly constructed primary school provides a safe and supportive environment on par with the country's elite institutions.

At Ubuntu
Over 600
clients are receiving life-saving HIV treatment and healthcare
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Job Skills Training students are accessing remote psychosocial support and career guidance
95%
of our staff at the Ubuntu Campus come from the community that we serve
872
clients provided with socially distanced home visits and case management support
84
toddlers are back in our Early Childhood Development program
73
local businesses have partnered with Ubuntu to employ JST candidates
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