Wednesday, July 25, 2012

In Studio Today: St George's Home for Girls

St George's Home for Girls

 Graeme Cairns joins the Morning Cruise to discuss St George's 150th anniversary in August!

St Georges Home is registered to accommodate 40 girls. The girls are divided into 4 families of ten. Each family has a qualified childcare worker (house mother). We also have one relief childcare worker. The overall care is provided for by a social worker

One of our main focuses is to re-integrate the children with their families as soon as possible. By providing specialised care and education and teaching life skills to the girls within a secure environment, caregivers empower them with the necessary skills and knowledge to become confident individuals. The girls are fully integrated into the local community. They attend schools in the surrounding areas, worship at a church of their choice and are actively involved in extra-mural activities.

The Mission

To provide a quality home

To create a nurturing environment that will cater for the emotional, spiritual, physical, social and educational needs of the girls

To provide social services and quality programmes with a view of possible reunification with the family.

The Vision

To be a safe and loving home for girls in need of care

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Get Involved!

Saint George's Home for Girls presents various opportunities for the community to get involved. Whether you volunteer your time to tutor the girl's or make donations such as non perishable food and good used clothing for girls, your support is most welcome and highly appreciated. If you'd like to help out contact:

Tel: 021 797 0262

Fax: 021 762 9934

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