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Nokuphila serves
children and communities
impacted by unemployment,
poverty, social and
economic vulnerability

teacher training

Our focus is on training
and developing teachers
to reach more children with
quality education, which has
a further positive impact
on employment

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Nokuphila school remains
true to its cause to deliver
excellent christian education
to pre-primary and primary
school children

Founded in 2009, we are a South African not-for-profit organisation committed to deliver excellent quality Christian education and social care to vulnerable children.

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Why The Love Trust

Committed to values-driven education as key to a stronger South Africa, we reached over  20 000 teacher and children beneficiaries in townships and rural disadvantaged communities. Read more

The Love Trust is an ideal equity partner to accelerate economic transformation. Read more

We provide excellent quality education and social care for 340 vulnerable children from Grade 000 to Grade 7 in Tembisa. Read more

Leadership and management depth. View team

Financial sustainability. View Annual report

The Love Trust’s response to Covid-19

The Love Trust responded quickly to the Covid-19 crisis by putting in place a task team, led by a senior executive manager, to plan, implement and monitor Covid-19 actions to protect the health and safety of all employees, volunteers, students and children learners.

Despite the challenges we remain committed and steadfast to our cause.

The Love Trust is a haven for children and students. It’s a place of safety, where they can flourish, grow and become contributing citizens in our society.

In this, we need your prayers, practical support and donations to help us remain sustainable through and beyond these trying times.

Disclaimer: Photos without masks were taken before Covid 

Together we change a child’s future

Did you know that sixty-five percent of young children still live in households that have per capita incomes below the poverty line?

138,800

Meals served to our learners

1464

Food parcels distributed to 32 of our most vulnerable families

416

Hours of teaching

88,880km

Covered by school transport