Flying Children

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time Centres are open from 7am - 3/4pm
Open for donations 8am - 4pm on Mon-Wed & Fri.
age From Birth - 6 years old
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Long term, sustainable help for pre-schools in very poor areas - NPO93139


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Flying Children offers various ways to invest in ECD and the country’s future:

- Training bursaries: R12 000 for a year’s enrollment for an ECD teacher. Give someone the gift of skills, including both classroom work and on-site mentoring.

- Organisational donations: Flying Children needs to fund its core activities, pay staff, rent, materials etc etc. Platinum donors support with R200 000 and up; Gold donors support with R50 000 to R200 000; Silver donors with R10 000 to R50 000. But any amounts are welcome, no matter how big or small!

- Donations in kind: We are glad to receive suitable toys and other items for use in our schools.

Section 18A certificates available – donations earn BBBEE credits

Our Banking Details


Flying Children
Nedbank, Rosebank
Acc no: 1017771731

What we do:


Flying Children works with women who run home-based childcare centres in informal settlements and RDP areas in the West Rand, Johannesburg.

We improve the quality of care in these centres through an intense 3-year teacher training programme using our purpose-designed materials. This is backed up by weekly mentoring in the centres where they work. Finally, we upgrade the centres with basic equipment and toys to ensure health, safety and educational standards are met.

Our current beneficiaries are:

27 ECD centres in Tshepisong, Slovoville, Carletonville, Swaneville, Ruimsig, Dobsonville, Protea Glen, Leratong Village, Matholesville and Mapetla

57 teachers per year

Over 1000 children

ECD gives the highest returns


Studies have shown that quality ECD has a major impact on the educational performance and economic chances of children from poor backgrounds, while also helping prevent them from resorting to crime.

Our social conditions make it vital for us to pay attention to our under 7’s. This is where we can, at a comparatively small cost (but with considerable effort and commitment by teachers), address the educational backlogs that cement inequality.

Money spent on improving ECD goes much further than that spent later in the educational system. It provides excellent returns on investment in the future, as good ECD is the foundation for future educational success.

Our unique approach


Pre-school children in disadvantaged areas get access to safe, stimulating care, giving them the basis to succeed at “big school”;

Our holistic approach works with teachers, children as well as parents and the community as a whole;

Training is supported by intense hands-on mentoring on site;

Centres we work with become sought-after service providers in their communities, creating jobs in ECD.
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