Cashew Tree School; an early year’s facility in the heart of community around Payatas rubbish dump providing a high quality educational foundation for 200 children who live on the dumpsite. The facility is utilised to support parent educational and spiritual care on a weekly basis through bible study classes. Major medical missions are run through the school for students, pills their families and the wider community.
Grapevine; an outreach support project for over 60 children who remain living with their family but without our support would find attending school very difficult and are more likely to be working as a scavenger to provide income for the family. Support continues until the child completes their education. As well as financial help, recipe the children are supported by a social worker and dedicated teacher. Additional educational support is provided at weekends jointly with Mango students.
Mango Tree House; a residential home for up to 50 children who cannot safely remain where they are or have no family or home. Most of these children have had very challenging and painful starts in life but here they are loved and bonded into the Mango family that provides everything a loving parent would want for their child with the addition of in-house educational and social work support. Children will remain until they have completed their education and remain part of the extended Mango family while they settle into adult life.