NNR CARE’s – Donating furniture to the Leamogetswe Safety Home in Atteridgeville as part of its local community upliftment drive.

Safety of all human life is at the heart of all employees at the National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) of South Africa. On 08 November 20018, the NNR donated office furniture to the Leamogetswe Safety Home in Atteridgeville. The furniture was received by: Adolfhina Phaladi.NNR’s Executive Corporate Support Services, Ms Anita Simon and Chief Financial Officer, Mr Dakalo Netshivhazwaulu took some time to get to know the faces behind Leamogetswe Safety Home.The furniture will be used for the administration office of the Leamogetswe Safety Home.

 

About Leamogetswe Safety Home:

Leamogetswe Safety Home was founded in 1994 by a dedicated woman who has passion for children and abused women influenced her own historical background. The main objectives of the facility is to provide residential care to all children in need of care as described in section 14.4 of the Child Care Act No. 74 of 1983. The facility is situated in 999 Mofokeng Street, Saulsville, Atteridgeville, and is currently servicing 145 homeless children up to the age of 22 years.

Services rendered by the Facility:

Residential Care & Protection:

The centre is hosting 145 homeless children who are leaving in the facility on full time basis. They are either abandoned, abused, neglected, and/or homeless children mainly from Gauteng province and neighbouring countries such as Zimbabwe. The centre depends on the help of locals who volunteer on full time basis to render services such as child-care, cleaning, cooking, administration, maintenance etc.