Simanyene Residential Home

South Africa

Simanyene Residential Home opened in 2019 as a full-time residential home for children and young adults with disabilities, who come from neglected homes or who are high risk and vulnerable. The home currently has 12 residents.

ABWE missionaries, Wayne and Sue Royce, opened the home after noticing that some students who attended the Simanyene Center needed more care than was offered by the day program.

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$150
per month
supplies diapers and medical supplies
$70
per month
provides student's transportation
$300
per month
helps provide food for the home

Show Your Support

All around the world, ABWE missionaries are working to spark missions movements by sharing hope, building communities of faith and serving with love. Support their efforts with a one-time or recurring gift.

Simanyene Center for the Disabled
Simanyene Home was built to care for children with disabilities.
Wayne and Susan Royce
Wayne and Sue Royce are missionaries serving in Cape Town, South Africa
Simanyene Center for the Disabled - Special Education Teachers
We are seeking special education teachers to fill a large need for those at our Simanyene Center.
Simanyene Center for the Disabled - Group Home Director
Come be a part of the exciting growth Simanyene Center is experiencing with a new group home. We are looking for someone with experience and heart for the disabled to join our team.