They do wonderful things for these kids. They go above and beyond what most people would to to make these kids feel loved and special.
The Fold has the most wonderful people who have a heart for Africa and the children there. I have perosnally been to the Fold and think about them often!
I have been aware of The Fold for a while now, and I was so amazed by their story that I just had to go. What they are doing for the children there pulls on my heart strings, so in October, I will be traveling there to serve. I am looking very forward to meeting the children and working for this wonderful organization. They have done amazing work there and could use the support of anyone who has a heart for the work that they are doing!
I have followed this ministry from its inception. It is excellent. Each child is loved band nurtred. All are cared for and taught a better way to do life.
I am delighted to see what God is doing here
The Prince Ministry at The Fold is an exceptional program. They give the children in their care love, security, good food, and make sure they get a good education. I f you have never been to South Africa before you must consider going to this ministry. Even you can only stay a couple of weeks you can meet the children and talk to Micky and Paul about their ministry. You can help the children with their school work or even just play with them and get to know them. They have a wonderful school that they recently have built right on their property. If are looking for a ministry to support please consider this one.
We keep n contact with this ministry and the more we hear from them we grow deeper in love with them. We are planning a trip visit them soon. They give so much one on one with the children under their care. They teach then they are loved not only by them, but by their heavenly Father and His son Jesus Christ. They do an excellent job of sending pictures and keeping us informed. I feel that I am almost right there with them. We work on our church missions board and I can tell you that not all missionaries keep you as well informed.
It has been amazing watching The Fold grow in leaps and bounds, doing amazing things with the little they have.... imagine what they can do with even more. Nothing gets wasted at the Fold, they try to be as economical as possible and as self sustaining as possible. It is great to see how these people always put the needs of the children before themselves
I have known the Princes for almost thirty years and I cannot think of anyone more dedicated, loving and selfless, to care for these children. Paul & Micky's continued sacrifice is making a difference in the lives of these little children who are now receiving the love and care they need and deserve. Paul & Micky are both retired, receive their own incomes, and do not use any of the ministry funds for personal use. Consider donating to the Prince Ministry in South Africa to help Paul & Micky continue to make a difference in the world.
Paul and Mickey is definitely hart and soul into the ministry. have visted them in past and could see their passion
These people have a passion for their work! My wife and I will go next fall and volunteer. They have touched the lives of many kids.
John and Nancy Burgett
The Princes visited in South Africa, saw the need to help deserate children, came back to the United States, got rid of their possessions and went to help those in need in South Africa. Each child is treated, loved, cherished, and schooled as if each one were the only one. Love abounds at "The Fold".
Whilst on holiday in Waterberg Feb 2013, my children and I visited The Fold Children's home. We left a few hours feeling truly humbled by the selflessness, hard work and dedication of Micky and Paul and the wonderful house mothers in the team. I found myself particularly drawn to the the beautiful spirit of house mother Fatima Mahlase. We are in touch and her wisdom and aura of peace and positivity still regulalry captivate me, what a special woman to have in such a special place. Paul and Micky are tow of the most godly people I have ever met. We are returning in Feb 2014 to visit The Fold and show our support again.
My husband and I visited The Fold in October, 2011. We interacted with the children and toured the grounds. We were impressed with Micky and Paul's obvious dedication to the children's welfare. Knowing just a bit about the red tape that exists for NPO's to operate there, we were also impressed with the progress they've made since moving there. The potential of this home is so very great. In my opinion, Micky and Paul are worthy of financial support and prayers.
I have known Paul and Mickey Prince for almost 20 years. They are two dedicated people who love the Lord and want to serve Him. They also have a heart for children to be given a chance not just for survival but to make a difference in their lives. They have overcome many obstacles in the time they have now spent in that part of Africa. They have improved the property and built the necessary housing to do their work....take in children who need a home, a place to grow and develop into adulthood. They believe they have been led by God to serve in this way. And they are determined to make a difference. They have inspired others to take the same step of servanthood. In telling their story to churches, to friends, and getting the word out over internet to reach those who would be interested, capable and willing, they have been successful in their work. They have a vision that God has given them to minister, to love and care for those little children by taking them into THE FOLD---by giving them an opportunity---a life! They report regularly on their work and how they have used funds and donations in the most effective way to accomplish their goals. I pray the Lord will continue to bless them and their work.
I was here when the Princes settled in South Africa. When they arrived they had an idea that they would be part of something that would make a difference in this country, and in specifically Limpopo. Shortly after they arrived they learned that they would not be part of something, but rather would be something. From that day on they have been undaunted in their approach to learn what needed to be learned, file what must be filed, figure out what needed to be figured out so that they could realize their dream of caring for children of need in this area. Bravo!