The Hope in Christ mission was registered as a Child & youth care Centre on the 27th November 2014.
Our registration capacity is for 50 vulnerable children. Upon completion of our building project we will have a housing capacity for more than 100 abused, abandoned and orphaned children.
The Hope in Christ Mission is a registered Non-Profit organization building a child and youth care centre in accordance with social development specifications and with the goal of providing holistic and respectful home care to a small group of residents. We have an Annual General Meeting (AGM) in October each year.
The organisation has been approved as a Public Benefits Organisation in terms of section 30 of the Income Tax act, (the Act) and the receipts and accruals are exempt from income tax in terms of section 10(1)(cN) of the Act. Donations by or to the public benefit organisation are exempt from donations tax in terms of section 56(1)(h) of the Act.
The Child and youth care centre isbeing built on Kleindal farm plot number 15177, Ingogo. The farm is located just off the N11 national road, 18km from Newcastle and borders on the Ngogo River. Andrew Pienaar (son of the founder of the Hope in Christ mission Sarah Holland) and his wife Jo-Ann Pienaar are the managers on the site. They will be assisted by trained personnel and house mothers/parents. The target number of children per house mother and per house will be twelve children.
The Centre has a management committee that is drawn up from various businessmen & woman of the Newcastle community. All our members are of Christian faith and contribute to the success of the Centre with their Business skills, natural abilities & spiritual leadership.
Our financial operations are overseen by Sean Malherbe (treasurer) and audited on an annual basis by registered auditors. Ness & associates
First National Bank
Branch name: Newcastle
Branch code: 270324
Account number: 62272477574
Account type: Business Cheque
Our vision is to break the cycle of abuse, neglect, HIV, and abandonment in the lives of children, through empowering these children with strong family values, structure and love and support. The result being that when a child from HIC (Hope in Christ) grows up and gets married and has children of his/her own, they will impart these same family structures and values and thereby bring down the statistics of abuse, neglect, HIV, and abandonment for future generations to come.