Gabriella Centre

Dear Friends

Thank you for showing an interest in the lives of those attending and living at Gabriella Centre. While monetary gifts are the most flexible way of supporting Gabriella Centre, there are many day to day items that are always needed. As requested, please find a list of some of our needs. Whether you choose to donate as an individual or if you are able to contribute as a company with a larger donation or assist with fundraising towards one of the bigger needs on our list, every gift is appreciated more than you can imagine. 

All financial donations are deductible in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act. Receipts will be issued.


Katie and Ronnie have been looking after children since 2001, and moved into the house in Deneysville in December 2010. Their address of the home is No. 6 Wilhelmina Street, Deneysville, Free State; Registered NPO NUMBER 004299.

We need your help to help children that are abandoned and have nowhere to go. We can make a difference if we choose to be the difference. At this moment there are eight children at the home. To them it is not a matter of color or race, it is about children needing help.


Big Bones gym in Khayelitsha, was founded by Bongi. Bongi’s goal is to keep children off the streets and to teach the residents how to maintain a healthy life style! Khayelitsha.

Bongi’s dream is to build a proper gym in Khayelitsha.


Chilanga Riding School for the Disabled is a non-profit organisation (023-171-NPO), which offers horse riding as a proven means of therapy to improve the quality of life for mentally and physically disabled children from disadvantaged homes. The many documented long term benefits that the disabled gain from horse riding include improved motor development, enhanced concentration and reduced hyperactivity, decreased mental rigidity and language development.

Chilanga’s dream is to build an Equestrian centre so that the disabled riders are able to ride all year round.


KAC are in dire need of sponsors to assist with fees for athletes for transport, race registration fees, Clothing and running shoes. Lee and Neal run for KAC in hope of raising awareness for KAC! KAC’s dream is to have the strongest athletic club in the Western Cape.