What We Do

Sunnyside Orphanage Home cares for 20 children whom include among them; orphans, abandoned babies and street children,both girls and boys whose ages range from 3 – 12 years old whom are accomodated within our facility. SOH provides Formal education in association with local Pretoria schools as education is essential in providing necessary life and academic skills to enrich the lifes of whomever acquires it.

As a permanant home SOH also is entitled with the overall care by providing daily meals, clothing and medical care. Regular counselling is also provided for by qualified personnel working in conjuction with us to ease and offer comfort to our residents as some are victims of unspeakable deeds by perpetrators.

The Children are also engaged in recreational activities through indoor and outdoor games whilst being developing their social skills by being interacted and associated with other children from other facilities whom have in their care children of the same age group inturn helping them stimulate friendships.

Admission Procedure

Our Admission procedure requires all of the listed and is subject to change without prior notification, we follow a strict policy of which is decided upon by the managing directors and board members, even though all requirements are met it does not automatically qualify admission as the safety and security of whom already in our care is of the utmost importance to us, at this time this are the features required for admission.

• Completion of the admission form
• ID/ Birth certificates
• Physical Address
• Must be a citizen of the Republic of South African.
• As part of the rainbow nation all races are welcome for care.
• Admitted children should be referred from the South African department of Social Development or Child Welfare Department by a social worker.

Sunnyside Orphanage Home does not offer temporary care; we are registered as a permanent home.
We don’t admit children with special needs because our facilities are not developed to cater for children with special needs.




Vision
To realize the full potentials of our children after being re-integrated in their communities as healthier, happier, responsible and independent citizens of the country.
Mission
To cooperate and collaborate with local and international agencies in bringing a positive change in the lives of orphans and other vulnerable children.
Conclusion
We request and urge our team, our mentors, our supporters, our community and those who get of their way to invest in the wellbeing of our children to help us leave a blueprint of this plan. This is beyond text; this is life and it’s a commitment.