Welcome to Kgomotso Children Centre...

...your home of comfort since 2007! 

For more than 10 years Kgomotso Children Centre has been a home to hundreds of boys and girls in Soshanguve and Winterveld. In both townships children suffer from poverty, neglect and abuse, some are orphans. KCC provides these children with their basic needs, offers a wide variety of programmes, and gives them an opportunity to learn, play and laugh in an environment of safety.

Happy to be back

Looking back at 2020

All are fed!

After another closure due to the lockdown situation KCC has finally opened again in February. While some activities are still restricted due to level 3 lockdown everyone at KCC was eager to start again with their work. 

Looking back at 2020, a year that has been very difficult to all of us, we want to thank those who supported us throughtout the year. After we had started with the We Can't Eat Air Campaign in April more organisations and people approached KCC to offer their help.

On the third day of the "We Can't Eat Air - Campaign" the remaining families received their long-awaited food parcels. The first phase of the campaign has now come to an end. We thank everyone who helped to make it a great success.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday

KCC is open from 10h00 to 19h00

14h30 to 17h00 classes for children (4 to 10 yrs)

16h00 to 18h30 classes for youth (11 to 18 yrs)

after 18h30 self-learning for school

Saturday

10h00 to 18h00 for children (4 to 10 yrs)

10h00 to 18h00 for youth (11 to 18 yrs)

Sunday

10h00 church service

13h00 to 15h00 lunch (4 to 18 yrs)

KCC programme

How to support KCC?

Donation Account:

RE- KGOMOTSO CHILDREN CENTRE
091-606-NPO
Account No: 624 796 416 25
Branch Code: 251-045
Swift Address: FIRNZA JJ XXX
FNB - First National Bank

You have some in-kind donations to contribute to KCC? You want to get involved in KCC as a volunteer? Feel free to contact us any time.

Children's voices

Many children are abused and neglected in many ways. So, join us in fighting against child abuse and neglect.