Muphamuzi Baby Home is a place of safety for orphaned and abandoned babies. The Baby Home is run by 1Hope4Africa, a non-profit organization that is closely tied to Living Hope Church, and all the staff of Muphamuzi Baby Home are members of our church. It is our joy to partner with this ministry!
For more information about Muphamuzi Baby Home, please click here.
Ways you can help this ministry:
If you would like to volunteer in the Baby Home (child care and chores) please contact the Baby home manager, Britt Suitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a donation towards the running costs of the Baby Home:
From within South Africa: 1Hope Ministries International, First National Bank – Account Number: 62288180955 – Branch code 258155 – Cheque Account – REFERENCE: Muphamuzi Baby Home(MBH)
From outside South Africa: please click here.
Donate Baby Care Products:
Muphamuzi Baby Home makes daily use of the products listed below as they care for the babies in their care. If you would like to donate any of these products, it would be much appreciated! You can drop them off at the Baby Home (450 Van Heerden Street, Capital Park), or at Living Hope Church on a Sunday, or you contact 1Hope4Africa to collect the products from you (email@example.com).
Products used daily at MBH:
- Nappies – Sizes: Newborn, 1, 2, 3 & 4
- Formula Milk – Lactogen 1
- Aqueous Cream
- Baby Shampoo
Serve as a Baby Home Intern:
Baby Home interns serve full-time as assistant caregivers in Muphamuzi Baby Home. They are not paid, and must raise ministry support in order to serve in this role (this is a huge help in reducing the running costs of the Baby Home!). Interns are immersed in the life of Living Hope Church during their time serving with the Baby Home, and discipleship is a key component of the internship. If you would like more information about these internships, please contact the Baby Home’s Director of Interns, Sarah Ray, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top Left: Most of the staff of Muphamuzi Baby Home. Top Right: MBH manager, Britt Suitt.
Bottom: A couple of the babies Muphamuzi Baby Home has cared for.