Welcome to Mamkhulu.org

Supporting orphans, vulnerable children and youth in southern Africa



Mamkhulu.org is a volunteer run Christian charity, founded by a group of dedicated professional women from around the world, looking to assist the growing number of orphans, vulnerable children and youth, and the women who look after them in southern Africa.


Mamkhulu.org was created to assist children and youth with basic needs on an on-going basis and to provide counseling, access to health care facilities through advocacy and transport, as well as life skills training, assistance with homework, English classes, teenage pregnancy counseling, grief counseling and skills training for employment. 


Here you will find out information about Who we are, What we do and some inspiring Success stories. There is also information about how to Volunteer and get involved. Check back often for our latest News updates and Upcoming Projects.


(NOTE: Mamkhulu.org is very aware of the confidentiality and privacy of these children and all interviews and postings are done with those issues in mind. None of the true names and identities of the children are posted on the internet but confidential files are kept in order to make sure the children receive the donations. Mamkhulu.org is aware of the problems of child trafficking and other illegal activities involving children and all precautions are being taken to protect the children involved in this programme.)

Latest News

Newmarket, Canada, gets behind the drive to support Mamkhulu

Heather Stephens and guests from Reach Out To Africa had the opportunity to present to a group of influential community leaders in Newmarket, Canada.

OPTIONS Pregnancy Crisis Programme opens at Litsemba Centre

The OPTIONS Crisis Pregnancy Programme opened it's doors at the Litsemba Centre in October. This programme provides much needed counseling and suppor

Penryn College Community Service Volunteers

A group of Penryn College students volunteered their time and painting skills to the Litsemba Centre for 2 days in November. The students are require

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