The RADA Adopt-a-Home Project provides assistance to existing homes of safety for abused and abandoned children and people with disabilities.

What type of assistance does the RADA Adopt-a-Home Project provide?

RADA will provide food, clothing and bedding, educational games, books, personal development courses and basic necessities.

The RADA team will support homes of safety provided the community and RADA work together to improve circumstances – RADA and/or the community does not wish to create a sense of entitlement and/or dependency – we focus on empowerment where people are given the opportunity to better their lives on their own (with a little help from RADA, we will walk the journey together).

Opportunities will be created by RADA where the community and/or the people staying in the homes of safety shall be able to pay forward the benefit received.

Which communities are earmarked for the RADA Adopt-a-Home Project?

There is a dire need for homes of safety in South Africa. The aim is to assist all communities within South Africa. RADA will commence with the Gauteng Province and will expand to surrounding Provinces once the processes and procedures of the strategy are proficient.

RADA works closely with the Community Leaders, the Youth Desk, the SAPS, the Community Police Forums and the MEC for Community and Safety Gauteng. The relationships forged allow RADA to be proficient and effective in the mission to uplift and empower the communities we work with.

What is the purpose of implementing the RADA Adopt-a-Home Project?

Simply put – to give hope and love to each person residing in the homes.

What is the aim of the RADA Adopt-a-Home Project?

The aim is to create a long-term sustainable environment of peace, compassion and safety that will provide a stepping stone to the empowerment of the self.

To encourage, enable and educate the people within the homes of safety to improve their circumstances and keep their dreams alive.

To work with communities to create opportunities to better the lives of the people and the community itself.

Andries Meyer Old Age Home

Cares for up to 82 elderly people on their property in Eldorado Park on the outskirts of Soweto.
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Villa of Hope

Villa of Hope is an orphanage on the outskirts of Eldorado Park that cares for children from birth until after they finish their schooling and reach the ‘age of accountability’.
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Thato KeMatla – Orange Farm Orphanage

RADA adopted a home of safety for abandoned, abused and orphaned children in Orange Farm.
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Vuyiswa Home for the Disabled

RADA has adopted its second home, also within Orange Farm, named Vuyiswa Home for the Disabled.
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