Prince Ministry in South Africa

Rating: 4.93 stars   60 reviews

Address:

200 Solley Dr % Debbie Schmieder Winchester MO 63021 USA

Mission:

Prince Ministry in South Africa exists to support The Fold, SA Children's Home which has been registered as a private hostel in South Africa. We currently have 24 children in our care. These are children of various backgrounds, but none of them had any type of a future. They now have love, good nutrition, and a good education to enable them to have a future. We hope they will make a difference in their country. These children are in individual homes with no more than 8 children per home, with a house mother to take care of them.

Results:

September 2016 will be our 6th anniversary of our first child to move into the Fold. We now have 3 homes which are full. We also started our own private school in 2016, which has creche up to third grade. We are hoping to raise the funds for an additional teacher in 2017 to cover up to the 6th grade.

Target demographics:

children to have a better life, good nutrition and a better education

Geographic areas served:

South Africa

Programs:

3 individual homes with 8 children in each home. plus our own school up to third grade.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

The Fold is an amazing place that has a really big vision for the kids. They have so much love, and it really feels like a home. It was a pleasure getting to volunteer with them and I hope I'll someday get the chance to in the future. What a beautiful ministry!

 
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The Fold is an amazing place of people who love the Lord and show that love to children in need. I have been blessed by my opportunity to serve with them! Go serve at the Fold! You will be a blessing and will be blessed!

 
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We visited The Fold close to Vaalwater during March. We where impressed with what we saw there. The people are giving their everything to uplift children with poor circumstances. The children all looked happy and well cared for. What impressed us was the houses which was run by house mom's and the fact that brothers and sisters are kept together in one house and not divided between 2 houses. The school which the Fold are running was of high standard. We could see that love and care for the children was the main purpose of the Fold. We were so blessed by visiting them.

 
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I went to the Prince Ministry. I was so blessed! I could see the love and passion that the staff have for the children!! The place was so beautiful and clean! I could really felt the love of God!

 
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I went to Prince Ministry. Wow!!! I was so impressed with the place.
The place was so filled with God's love.
Everything was well organised. The staff was friendly and the kids was so full of joy!
The place were clean and beautiful! Everything are so in place!

 
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Greetings.Volunteering at The Fold is such a great honour for me.I feel privileged to be part of such an amazing
ministry. Working closely with the mothers I can see everyday the love they have for the kids.They treat them with so much love as if it was their own kids.And teaching them about God in everyday live.The kids:I just love everyone of them. They are so hungry for love and acceptance.So every minute you spend with them make them bloom and every hug you give you can see the stars in there eyes.The team here are a team set together by God.I learn something new each day from al the team members.If you want make a difference in a child's live,don't let this opportunity pass you by.It is a great honour to be part of Gods plan.

Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2015

 
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Being part of The Fold Children's Home is one of the most fulfilling things I have done in my years of working, it is not just a job but a calling / passion. When I arrived at The Fold I immediately fell in love with the children and knew I was at the right place. At The Fold there is a great family bonding and strong relationships between Co-workers and Children. Everyday here is a challenge and just by being part of these kids life and realizing how privileged I am to be part of this great thing knowing that someday these children is South Africa's next generation. If you are at The Fold whether it is full time or just by being part, you definitely know that God is real!!!

Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2015

 
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Way to go, Mickey. What you are doing is wonderful. Mary Johnson

 
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I have worked with The Fold when I came to visit South Africa. They are helping children to have a safe environment where they can thrive and grow. The kids are happy and get many opportunities for their future because of living there. I am impressed with the system they have and hope to visit them again.

 
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To put it simply, The Fold changed my life. My first visit to The Fold was in September-December of 2011. I had just graduated high school and did not know what to do with my life. I came to The Fold rather than starting college right off the bat. During my stay, my heart broke for the children here. I had such an amazing time that when I left, I knew I wanted to go to Bible College to get a Missions degree. Now I am in my senior year of college, an intercultural studies major, and I am completing my extended internship here in SA where most of my time will be spent at The Fold. I knew I could not live the rest of my life without returning here, and I am sure I will be back. The people here are visionaries with their hearts set on doing God's will. This work is not easy, and not even desirable by many, but it is diligently done because God has instructed them to do it. The love, care, and attention the children receive is incredible. I have seen several people come to The Fold and heard many others' stories, each person was changed in some way after being here. They not only give their all to make sure the children are well taken care of, they also go out of their way to help the volunteers in any way they can, whether it be emotionally, physically, or spiritually. The Fold is a fairly new organization, so many things are still in the making, but the visions and ideas of what it will be like in the future are equally as incredible as the work going on in the present. I am so glad I came here, and there is no other place I would rather be right now. I thank God for the people who answered God's call and share His love with children who so desperately need it.

 
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