- Organisation founded, board formed and NPO status achieved.
- Bank accounts open.
- Staff employed to develop relationship with the community and from this, inform the direction of the organisation.
- Relationships with significant community leaders and organisations deepen through offering of Life Skills classes for schools, holiday clubs for children and HIV/AIDS support groups for parents.
- Land secured on 29 year lease from YMCA and building plans completed.
- Children’s After School program piloted and evaluated
- Building plans submitted to council and approved
- After School program opens 3 afternoons per week for 40 children
- Community worker and children’s worker employed
- Programs continue 3 afternoons per week for 70 children
- Funding secured for stage 1 building and building commenced
- Housekeeper and groundkeeper employed
- Program opens 5 days per week with Intensive Care program for children directly impacted by HIV/AIDS
- Preliminary drawings for stage 2 and 3 of building completed
- Stage 1 building complete and opening ceremony held March 6th
- Parent committee formed
- Plans for Stage 2 building complete and funding sought
- Parent education workshops commenced (Adult Education Pilot)
- Stage 2 building complete
- Community Consultation held and new strategic plan formed
- After Care Program opens 5 days/week for 90 children
- Director interviewed by LeadSA and article published in the Cape Argus
- After Care Program opens 5 days/week for 105 children
- Parent Centre opens: Literacy, computer and basic finance workshops commence
- After care program optimised at 90 children for 5 days a week
- New Program Manager employed to oversee After Care Program
- iKhaya le themba’s first Open Day held on 16 March
- Plans for Stage 3 building complete and funding sought
- Community Development Program and Parent Centre Program formalised to complete the holistic model of care alongside existing After-School Care Program