Hope to Heal Foundation, is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to work with all people to ensure they live a life free from violence and abuse. We aim to provide quality, compassionate, and non-judgmental services in a manner that fosters self-respect and independence in persons experiencing domestic violence, child abuse or any unwanted circumstances.

OUR GOALS

We want to experience intimate partner violence and to lead the struggle to end domestic violence through advocacy and community education. Person experiencing intimate partner violence and to lead the struggle to end domestic violence through advocacy and community education… lead the struggle to end domestic violence through advocacy and community education, By this token become pioneer in development.


Women and children globally live at greater risk of domestic violence, sexual assault, harassment and sex trafficking, however not overlooking male victims as well. Hope to Heal Foundation wants to give male victims a platform to speak out and know that we care and aim to touch and change all lives, whether it is young, old, male or female.

 

We work for social change through:

  • Educational awareness programmes
  • Service collaboration
  • Institutional advocacy and awareness

 

Using self-help, empowerment approach, we provide, counselling, Mediation, Legal assistance, Workshops, Team Building, Educational awareness programs at schools and support service for victims of domestic violence and abuse.


Our belief is that we need to provide practical tools to aid change and to bring about long lasting development. There will be a drastic change through Educational Awareness programs.

The three spheres of impact:

Knowledge is Power – We aim to equip children from a young age about domestic violence and child abuse by providing workshops and literature and awareness programs to schools. Children who are witness to domestic violence have twice the rate of psychiatric disorder as children from non-violent homes. Some children grow up taking abuse into their adult life.


Teenage pregnancy has become a serious problem in South Africa. Through school workshops and literature, we are hopeful to overcome this.
We need more Men Figures, to stand up in support advocating against domestic violence and child abuse. Through this support, there will be drastic change. Men, by remaining silent through generations to generations of domestic violence and child abuse, this epidemic continues to grow by the second. Caring deeply is not enough. Men owe this to their children, especially to their sons.