managed by P. Foley (Communication)
The Central Methodist Mission is located at the heart of the City of Johannesburg. The Mission runs several projects to assist the poor, displaced,homeless or unemployed. At present the biggest activity of the Mission is providing temporary accommodation and shelter to more than 3 000 people - mainly refugees from Zimbabwe. In addition to the immediate support of shelter other projects run include: a school, a creche (nursery school), skills training projects, income generation support, job placement, an adult basic education and training centre, legal support to people on securing documentation from the Department of Home Affairs. Medecins Sans Frontiers runs a Clinic and home based care support centre in the building. In addition, community work is done with homeless communities, including providing food, clothing and medicine to those living on the street.
To support the last month of education in 2016 at the Albert Street School, a school for refugee children in the Inner City of Johannesburg and under the management of the Central District of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.
A donation amount of €2,279.00 was requested for the following needs:Teaching Staff €98.00Teaching Staff €2,181.00