Support Local Charity – Full Review: Peace Home

“Maziza”, as her children and community lovingly refers to her, is a qualified psychologist who, like many South Africans,went looking for and found a lucrative career abroad. When she came back, unlike many South Africans, she poured all of her funds into creating a home for those children that didn’t have one.

A home is often thought of as a house, a structure, a dwelling, a place to sleep. Those of us who have lost our ‘homes’, without losing our ‘homes’ know better. For me, personally, a home is a lot more than a building in which to exist. A home is something that only a home-maker can give you. And it’s the most precious gift of all.

A home-maker is someone who can change your life forever, someone who provides a safe haven, mentoring and advice. Someone you can call a role-model, a healer, family. Maziza provides that gift to ‘her children’ every single day.Peace

At Peace Home children who have been victims of traumatic events receive a safe haven, expert counseling, education, health-care, LOVE, understanding, advice and a future (something that most of them have NEVER received before). She teaches them how to eat, talk, be happy, valuable members of the community. She gives them back their dignity, their self-confidence, their lives. Read more



The concept is simple, really:

  1. Let’s support local business & especially the tourism industry
  2. So that these businesses can bring capital into our community
  3. That they will use to employ local individuals
  4. And support local charities


Let’s see the change and celebrate it – together

There is no way for it not to work. Even though it seems impossible to save SA’s economy; if we start with one person, one street, one community, we CAN. We can help, we’re not powerless, we’re strong, but only if we are willing to let go of our differences and work together actively to build the community that all of us want to live in.

Do you want to be safe at night? Then make sure that every entrepreneur close to you has a steady stream of customers, every person living close to you has a job, all of us spend our money in and around our community. Invest in a better future for yourself. Invest in your community.

How can you get involved

Give what you have. Help when you can. No judgment.

If you have time:

  1. Share our posts
  2. Invite your friends to like our Facebook Page
  3. Write posts about:
    1. Fantastic local entrepreneurs so we can all go and support them
    2. Local charities doing a fantastic job in contributing to worthwhile causes
    3. Funding for our local NPO’s so they can apply for grants
    4. Write a testimony for the fantastic, yet unemployed individuals in our community so that they can find a job with our local entrepreneurs
    5. Any inspirational/ uplifting event that happened in the community
    6. Inspirational people who live in our community
    7. Apply to become involved as an administrator
    8. Register as a volunteer, and we’ll notify you when we need help with events, etc. All skills welcome please.

If you have money:

Give what you have. Help when you can. No judgment.

Calls for donations to specific causes will be posted on this post as they arise.

  1. Fund an entrepreneur’s dream
  2. Fund a bright child’s education
  3. Support a local Non-Profit Organisation
  4. Support an event

ALL SUPPORTERS no matter how big or small will be thanked personally on the Facebook Page of Support Local Tableview (unless they choose to remain anonymous).

*Please note that Support Local – Tableview, is not a registered Non-Profit Organisation, it’s just the dream of a girl who grew up, survived, became a women and was told:

“You know what the problem with you is; you still believe you can change the world.”

Who responded:

“I will never stop believing that I can create the future I want to live in.”

Then realized:

She can’t do it alone.

Hence, this group movement:

Give what you have. Help when you can. No judgment.

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Meet Mike Haffenden:

  • award-winning professional artist and teacher
  • studied in United Kingdom
  • runs his own art school
  • taught in schools and collegeprofile pic

And the best thing is when you join my classes (every Tuesday and Thursday @ 18:00 – 20:00 (other time’s negotiable) I’ll share my professional art secrets with you.

I believe everybody has the ability to create great paintings and drawings.  The true trick though is knowing how to see with an artist’s eye and this, I can teach you. Read more