STARFISH'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19

LIFE  /  HOPE  /  OPPORTUNITY

 

 Our Wellness Wagons (mobile clinics) are working

together with the Department of Health to fight COVID-19.

As the pandemic creates even greater food shortages,

help us provide meals to  thousands of hungry children

Your support is needed now more than ever! 

Ensuring that orphaned and vulnerable children are protected, cared for, and empowered to realize their dreams.

WE EDUCATE

Education changes destinies. We believe in the importance of education in the first 1000 days life. We ensure that children are attending school and also provide after-school support.

WE NOURISH

We provide proper nutrition to impoverished children, ensuring improved childhood growth, development, and health.

HEALTH

We ensure that impoverished and remote communities have access to primary health services through our Wellness Wagon program. Children receive health care services, vaccines, HIV and Tuberculosis testing as well as anti-retro-virals and adherence support.

WE SUSTAIN

We help create stronger communities by building community development centers, upgrading school facilities, initiating agricultural programs and investing in community health.

WE PROTECT

We identify, monitor, and protect vulnerable children from abuse. Adolescents are empowered through education to resist gender-based violence and protect themselves against HIV/AIDS.

STARFISH CHANGES LIVES

See how your support has impacted lives, bringing life, hope and opportunity to orphans and vulnerable children.

We know how important it is to you that your money is well spent. 

Starfish USA has only 1 paid staff member.

Every other person, generously volunteers their time and resources.

Our board covers our administrative costs

so that your donations go directly towards helping orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa.

We work hard to maintain the highest standards of accountability and transparency.

I wholeheartedly support this organization’s work and encourage you to do the same. –Archbishop Desmond Tutu.