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GBTSA integrated biennial report 2018-2020 is here!

Our integrated biennial reports capture and help us share our work with donors, volunteers and partners, and once again, it is our pleasure to present you […]

Be intentional about rest this year end

The experience has affected us in all spheres at once – mentally, physically, spiritually, socially, sensory and creatively (we’re looking at the banana bread and pineapple […]

Reconciling with the past: Meet Lungi, one of our young residents

Lungi is a 16-year-old boy who has been in care for two years. He is an orphan and was in foster care before coming to GBTSA. […]

Follow Girls and Boys Town South Africa on Facebook and learn more about us

Simply put, Girls and Boys Town South Africa strives to protect children and help them become their best self. Every function of GBTSA is geared towards […]

Keeping children and adolescents safe from child trafficking

This year’s festive season might not be a typical one and the pandemic is likely to impact on holiday travel to family and friends in other […]

Message from the CEO

Dear Colleagues, Friends, Supporters and Partners, I’m finding it hard to square the corners of this year 2020 and feel tempted to count the days till […]

Engaging with communities to protect and heal our youth

We recently had the opportunity to reach out to the public in the Western Cape and profile how Girls & Boys Town SA runs therapeutic programmes […]

Youth Remaining creative and engaged

Restrictions that impacted them visiting family, attending school and socialising with friends have not been easy nor without challenges.  Our staff have remained attuned to the […]

Message from the CEO

This Women’s Month of August has brought the South African public’s attention to what President Cyril Ramaphosa called “the second pandemic” – the unacceptable and inexcusable […]

The pandemic and GBTSA: Staying safe as a family AND a workplace

Even families require rules and regulations The closure of schools and banning of cross-border travel due to coronavirus had different consequences for our Girls and Boys […]

  • Mark Chaskelson
    "I think what GBT does for the South African youth is incredible and selfless."
    Mark Chaskelson
    Creative Monarchy
  • Peter Schmitt
    "GBT’s profound conviction drives them to deliver the sensational results they have: where vulnerable youth become active and inspirational participants in South African society. They’re able to teach us a thing or two about getting over ourselves."
  • Alan
    "The support, which we have afforded to GBT is sincerely aimed at helping to close the gap between our family and GBT’s, even if it is to the tiniest extent. With it, goes a kind of remote love, which is difficult to understand. Please keep up the excellent work that you do – it is so pleasing to read how much it is appreciated, not only as recorded by your 2015 Mayor, but also by many of us on the 'outside'."
    Alan
  • Michelle
    "We ourselves have teenage children, so we know first-hand how difficult this stage of their lives is. They are fortunate to have family support and encouragement, so we understand the importance of organizations such as yourselves to fill the gap that their family members are not able to provide."
    Michelle
  • Rochelle
    "Thank you for everything you do in the community for the children"
    Rochelle
  • Marilyn
    "We have been supporting this charity since my children were small and the youngest is now 34.  It gives me much pleasure to support from another of our companies."
    Marilyn
  • Carolyn
    "We have got to know a young man in Knysna who passed through your ‘town’ and he is today a wonderfully successful man thanks to your guidance."
    Carolyn
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