Our Network

Building a culture of well-being is a shared responsibility.

Community Keepers partners with dedicated funders who are equally concerned about the vulnerable children in our communities; coupled with the belief that it is possible, and imperative, to make an immediate impact. Together, we build a culture of well-being amongst the children, their caregivers and the communities so that children move from merely surviving, to coping, and then thriving – while building resilience to face their future with hope.

We will continue to lobby and we will continue to invite stakeholders from all sectors to visit us, on-site, to see the work that is being done. We will continue to assess and then act. We use this methodology with our clients and we use this same methodology throughout our business: first assess, and then determine how we will intervene.

Impact reporting is an important part of good governance and good stakeholder relations. The nature of our business is one of confidentiality and access to information is, correctly, carefully governed. Funders understand this constraint and, together, we come up with authentic and achievable targets and measures – so as to remain responsible custodians of the funds, and the children, that are entrusted to us.

We work with a range of organisations and have key partnerships with the following organisations:



Anna Freud Centre (United Kingdom)

Child Welfare

Good Hope Psychological Services

Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator

Jelly Beanz,

Khula Development Group

Nation Builder

OVC Child Status Index


Place2Be (United Kingdom)

The Trust Connection

South African Police Services


Western Cape Department of Social Development

Western Cape Education Department




We are currently working on a research project 4STMF (4 Steps to my Future) with:

University of Stellenbosch and University of Bath, United Kingdom