KIN Culture – This is home

KIN Culture is a non-profit organisation where orphans and vulnerable children are placed in a home  with a family to love and nurture them.  We believe that a safe environment and a family atmosphere are crucial to every child’s development. KIN Culture will operate primarily as a village, while simultaneously coordinating a network of families not on the village. After the legal placement by the court, children will be allocated to a loving home with parents and siblings. These kids will have access to world class opportunities and facilities through means of education, sport, culture and a community of activities. We will build a self-sustainable village that will be a model of excellence and community life. Orphans and vulnerable children are a real issue in South Africa and the world. At KIN Culture we believe that collaboration between government, business, church and other NGO’s this could become a real solution for the plight of orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa and the world.

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KIN Culture products are best defined as designing with humanity. Each product has a story. A story of collaboration, inspiration and hope. We value creativity in the people of our nation and the potential of communities to unlock futures. Our products are handmade in South Africa with quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. We believe in products with a cause. Every item you purchase is an investment in orphans and vulnerable children.

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Latest Kin Culture News and Events

KIN Culture: A place for fathers How to Become a Safety/Foster Parent September 3, 2017Safety & Foster Care Process Kin Culture is a community built around caring for orphaned and vulnerable children. For many people making a difference or contributing to the cause of children in South Africa might seem like a far off dream. Kin Culture is creating opportunities for people to get involved in child care. One […]

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my school-01 KIN Culture Comes to Johannesburg August 16, 2017During the course of 2017 KIN Culture has been on a MyVillage mission. We have managed to partner with more than 600 people  who have all added KIN Culture as a beneficiary on their MySchool (MyVillage) cards. Over the next two weeks are expanding our efforts to the hustle and bustle of Jo’burg. If you […]

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Untitled-1 Being Mom May 14, 2017We asked Kay Lorentz, the mother to our children, what it means to be a mom. Here goes: “I think some of the biggest lessons I have learnt about being a mom and about what I need to do to be the best I can be is that I need to live my life from […]

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_MG_1209 resize Adoption Stories | Lombardo Family April 19, 2017We recently met with Timothy and Candice Lombardo. This Cape Town couple are passionate about adoption. After opting for adoption they started preparing to receive their child, but on the other hand God was also preparing them for their child. You’ll be inspired by their story.  My husband and I had always spoken of adopting, […]

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