GFWE Projects

Let's make an impact in our community

Matthew 25:35-45 encourages all believers to invest in the community and to engage in bringing social transformation. This is one of the key objectives of GFWE. The primary aim of raising a generation of women entrepreneurs who are financially viable. This will bring tangible change to our communities, especially on the continent of Africa. Africa is the second largest continent and has the most resources on any continent. GFWE aims to partner with communities to bring real change.

We invite you to partner with us and help us bring change to the African continent and the rest of the world. The different ways you can impact our continent are through:

  • volunteering time or resources
  • sowing into the projects financially

Become part of the project closest to your heart to make a positive change in our community. Support can be once-off or a monthly commitment.

Disaster Relief Projects

GFWE provides food, clothes and other items for families in disaster situations.

GFWE was part of relief projects during the COVID-19 lockdown period. 

GFWE was active in Mamelodi with the 2019 floods and when a home burned down in Mamelodi. 

You can help in the following ways:

  • Sponsor food and clothes
  • Provide transport to distribute the items
  • Join us in the next disaster relief project
  • Sponsor money to assist the workers in the field

Support the Disaster Relief project

Pretoria: Covid-19 relief . Food drive during 2020 lockdown

Port Elizabeth: Covid-19 relief. Homeless care during 2020 lockdown

Help A Child

The aim of this project is to provide food for children to lessen short-term hunger. It improves education by enhancing children’s active learning capacity.

Orphanages visits and donations supports the community. Donations helps us feed our children. To help: 

  • Sponsor food or money for food
  • Provide transport food to the schools

Support the Feed a Child project

Pretoria: Orphanage visit 2020

PE: Kyga back to school 200 shoes for 2020

Widows And The Elderly

The aim of this initiative is to provide help to older people. This is a report of one of the projects:

We visited the Mamelodi Old Age Centre. We were cleaning and disinfecting the facility. Then we washed the feet of the elderly with hygiene soap. They loved the foot massage with much praying and worshipping with them. We bought them disinfecting detergents and wool for crocheting project. One had already started with crocheting a pillow cover. They love to stay busy.

Donate any amount if you want to help the widows improve their lives. Volunteer transport or join the next visit.

Support the Widows project

Pretoria: Old age home visit 2020

Help The Homeless Project

In Port Elizabeth (Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality), the GFWE team is involved in feeding the poor and the homeless.

Another GFWE Eastern Cape project is the Back To School project for the homeless children. They loved the shoes they received in 2020.

Donate any amount if you want to help the poor and the homeless, especially the children. Every small donation helps.

You can help in one of the following ways:

  • Sponsor food and clothes
  • Provide transport to distribute the items
  • Join us in the next disaster relief project
  • Sponsor money to assist the workers in the field

Support the Help The Homeless project

Every R10, R20 or R100 makes a difference

PE: Breakfast for the homeless 2020

SCAT Project

Siphenathi Ciyana Anti-Trafficking

The SCAT Project is the GFWE’s anti-trafficking project. The project was named after one of our youngest members, the late Siphenathi Ciyana. Siphenathi means give us. A fitting name as we pray that the Father will give us our daily bread. 

The objective of the GFWE SCAT Project is to bring awareness through:

  • education,
  • conscientizing,
  • teaching,
  • training,
  • equipping

PE: SCAT program kickoff at the Booysen Park Secondary school 2020

Some ways for you to help

The project entails working with victims and survivors of the trafficking industry. We take hands with other anti-trafficking organisations and interested individuals

We communicate the impact this has on families, communities, countries and the globe.

Join us in our fight against human trafficking.

Donate any amount if this is close to your heart and you want to help free the modern day slaves.

Support the SCAT Project

GFWE Mobile Eye Clinic

Good vision and proper eye care & protection are vital for performance for growing children in the learning environment. Proper assessment can eliminate unnecessary discomfort & eyestrain.

Vision & eye health problems children may have, are identified and addressed early. Proper eye evaluation will help increase concentration & efficiency in the learning environment.

The central aim of this initiative is to provide primary eye care. This will include the provision of spectacles where necessary. This care will be taken to South African children in disadvantaged areas who would not ordinarily have access or funds to such care.  The proposed plan includes visiting schools in disadvantaged communities to assess their visual needs.

A mobile clinic and trained optometrist will be used for this purpose. Thank you to our sponsors that are making this project a reality.

How you can help

A project of this magnitude requires major sponsorships. We would love to have a fleet of vehicles on the road. There is a vast need in our country. We take our sight for granted, but many are not that lucky.

Contact us if this project is close to your heart. Send your proposal to to become involved.

Donate any amount, donate time if this is close to your heart. Do you know someone that could sponsor glasses or frames? Please get in touch.

Donate R100 or more for the Mobile Eye Unit project

Even a small amount makes a difference

Malawi Educate A Child

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”  – Former President Nelson Mandela

In recognition of this truth, GFWE South Africa has partnered with GFWE Malawi to sponsor the education of 100 Malawian children per annum. It takes a mere R200 (US$15) per child, per annum (the cost of a fast food meal) to do so. GFWE invites other GFWE chapters, other networks and the general public to join hands with us in this educational initiative.

Donate R200 to educate a child in Malawi

Malawi 2019 school visit 

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