Campaigns

Light of the World Counselling Ministry

UCEC's counselling centre offers free counselling and support to all who find themselves in a crisis or trauma situation. We endeavour to create a non-judgemental environment and seek to walk with the affected through the situation and assist them to become empowered to be able to move forward in a positive way.
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Siza HIV and AIDS

This programme includes free Voluntary Counselling and Confidential Testing (VCCT) for HIV & AIDS as well as Pre and Post counselling which is conducted by SANCA (South African National Counsel on Alcoholism and Drug dependency) every Tuesday at our offices. An HIV / Aids support group is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Home based care in rural areas / Food and medical supplies / Corporate HIV & Aids awareness presentations / Educate people on HIV & AIDS related issues, to reduce the rate of infection and affection.
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Hope Lives Here

We are raising funds to purchase a property large enough to accommodate everyone who comes to us seeking help.
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R0.00 donated of R3,000,000.00 goal

Transporting Hope

We are in need of a vehicle for picking up food donations as well as transporting people in need to the facility.
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R0.00 donated of R200,000.00 goal

Job Placements and Make-overs

Creating CV's, emailing for jobs and online job application assistance. We allow telephone calls for jobs. We give proof of residence and assist with getting ID documents. We refer beneficiaries to SASSA for grants. Hair cuts, shaving and second hand clothing given for job interviews.
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Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness

UCEC became involved with addressing Human Trafficking in 2006 when we opened the Crisis Centre. Our anti-Human trafficking programme has since grown and we are now working closely with various government departments, civil society & social partners to assist & protect victims and to prevent new trafficking cases from happening by creating awareness. UCEC was awarded a certificate from the Ethekwini Municipality in 2012 for its Human Trafficking stall at the Sustainable living exhibition. We reached approx 7000 learners and adults through our awareness programme in 2012. Public awareness and education campaigns held at airports, schools, colleges, varsities, churches and public arenas.
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R0.00 donated of R15,000.00 goal

Women of Work Street Ministry

A team of our volunteers walk the streets every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday night from 7pm to 11pm, distributing reading material to educate and empower the ‘ladies of the night’. We also counsel and pray on sight or as requested. We offer accommodation at our Crisis Centre to those who have absolutely no one to turn to, but are willing to change. Our Crisis Centre has its own program to enrich and assist them.
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Shiloh House Crisis Centre for Men

Shiloh House Crisis Centre for Men is a place of refuge to recovering drug addicts and alcohol abusers. Our service is free of charge and we offer empowerment courses in work, internships and apprenticeships. Our daily running costs include rent, electricity, food, toiletries and bus fare.
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R0.00 donated of R10,000.00 goal