WHAT WE DO
The Halli Trust Community Involvement
We have Halli, our cool teenager dude Mascot! An 'Akita Japanese' dog with lots of personality who loves to be with children. Halli assists us with the various educational talks on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Halli visits are free of charge, but we do accept donations, going towards Halli Trust.
We assess clients at their homes to establish the context of their circumstances. We determine the immediate need, to enable us to plan our assistance to the individuals and/or family. We assist in their physical and emotional needs for a short period.
Rehabilitation & Caring Of Animals
We promote the care of animals in communities by educating the owners on the needs of animals and the owners' responsibilities. We also help finding homes for animals when owners cannot afford to keep them. We assist owners to have their animals castrated and spayed. We collect dog and cat food, blankets, feeding and water bowls, kennels etc.
Our needlework project is a small project within the Helderberg area to empower women to learn a new skill and support their families.
If and where possible, we assist and enable recipients to receive a home "make over".
A prayer walk is done twice a year in conjunction with a local church in an area where there is a need.
Eye Care & Hearing Support
Eye care is done on a small scale with the help of Michelle Hlava (Optometrist), where we are able to support community members and children with eye care support. Hearing care is done with the help of Doctors Rene Visagie and Leon Nel.
Alcohol & Substance Abuse Support
In collaboration with the 'Help Me' network, we assist individuals who have indicated that they require necessary rehabilitation.
We have two Halli Clubs for children aged between 8 and 10 years old. One takes place in Smartie Town, Macasser & another in Asanda Village, Somerset West.
OUR VISION AND MISSION
Halli Trust: Unexpected Gift And Blessing
Halli Trust stands in the gap for our precious communities. We make a difference with educational involvement, community involvement and the rehabilitation and caring of animals. Our motto is to be humble, honest, grateful and transparent. We undergo financial audits, which we submit together with an annual progress report to the Department of Social Development and are therefore registered to work within the Western Cape.
Halli Trust In Action
MEET OUR TEAM
Meet The Fabulous Halli Trust Team
DR. SURITA ROUX
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