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Facts about our work with children & Families


National DSD


Registered Nonprofit Organisation

NPO 003-214



 Designated Child Protection Organisation by The Department of Social Development, WC

 National DSD


 Accredited Adoption Agency by The National Department of Social Development

 Australian Government

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 Agreement with Australia iro Intercountry Adoptions



 RSA Tax Exemption


 American Fund


 USA 501(c)3

#EIN 52-2109597



 Affiliated to The International Forum for Child Welfare



 The Organisation is audited annually by

Ernst & Young










 What do you do if you think a child is ill treated?

Cape Town Child Welfare believes that we need community members to be vigilant in the protection of children, and to become involved should they feel that a child is ill treated and needs help.

When should you be concerned about a child?

- If the child is never allowed to leave the house.

- When the child has unexplained marks on his/her body.

- When a parent is walking under the influence with a baby on the street.

- When a parent is begging with children.

- When a parent is sitting at a shebeen with a child.

- When a child is in a park or on the street with no supervision.

What should you do?

- Contact your nearest welfare organisation.

- Contact your nearest police station.

- Contact 0800helpkids.

What information should you give?

- Be specific about the information you have and what your concerns are.

- Names, surnames and address of the child/children and parents.

- Your details in case more information is needed (you can indicate that you want to remain anonymous should you wish)