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Our Mission

CHoiCe Trust

CHoiCe stands for Comprehensive Health Care and slowly evolved into the name CHoiCe Trust. Established in 1997 we are a South African based NGO focusing on rural communities in Limpopo. With a staff of committed professionals, CHoiCe is able to impact rural areas in a spectrum of ways.  Projects reach a full range of beneficiaries such as children, the elderly, health workers, farm workers, persons infected and affected by HIV, and rural community members.

Food Gardens established

People tested for HIV

Children supported

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We are looking for books, furniture, clothing and other items that you no longer need. As a non-profit, all income goes towards making CHoiCe and our impact sustainable. Contact us if you’d like us to collect your items, or alternatively the items can be dropped at our offices.

Raised: A few items
Goal: A full shop of items to provide additional support to our various Programmes
Tzaneen Charity Shop

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Limpopo Rural Communities
Project: Palliative

Margaret had a benign tumor on her throat that was causing her a lot of discomfort and pain, She also has bouts of epilepsy. Jamela the palliative care nurse from CHoiCe Trust, helped to fast track her operation, alleviating her severe pain . Jamela now assists in monitoring her pain and helps with collection of medicine as well as supporting her holistically.

Ngobeni Household
Project : Vulnerable households

Maria from CHoiCe Trust ensures that Suzy’s (Name change) new born child has completed the correct vaccinations and health check ups. She also assists the Ngobeni household at home affairs to receive their birth documents. Children in South Africa without birth documents cannot write Matric legally. Education is key in stopping the poverty cycle.

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