Our weekly Friendship Club lunches are attended by our elderly guests who enjoy a 3-course lunch and entertainment. Once a month birthdays are celebrated with a delicious birthday cake.
In June 2019 13 students graduated from the UJW Sewing Empowerment Programme.
After 5 months of intense training and skills development, the students modelled the outfits which they had made, and also exhibited other items which they had created.
This project continues to impact many lives, by combating poverty through education and empowerment.
The Alexandra Aftercare and Feeding Scheme is not only a safe haven for the many children who attend, but is also a place where our own children can grow and learn by interacting with our attendees.
In February 2019 UJW Johannesburg hosted the National Interim Conference which was attended by delegates from UJW branches around the country.
Our Alexandra Aftercare students performed at the opening event.
Every few months bags containing essentials needed for new-borns are delivered to clinics and hospitals in Gauteng, much to the delight and relief of the Moms.
After assisting UJW to make sandwiches on Mandela Day, volunteers from Liberty delivered 1000 sandwiches, as well as packets of soup, to Johannesburg Girls Preparatory School.
The excited children went home with full tummies and packets of soup for their families.
UJW Jhb played fairy godmother to over 260 disadvantaged Moms who gave birth at Govt. Hospitals and Clinics on Mandela Day. The Moms received bags laden with goodies such as new blankets, baby grows, vests, beanies, bibs, booties, nappies, toiletries.
Kosher Mobile Meals Convenor, Glenda, with some of UJW’s dedicated Kosher Mobile Meals Volunteers. KMM is Johannesburg’s flagship project
2017 Sewing School Graduation. Students, none of whom had previously used a sewing machine, display their certificates. Each of them is wearing an outfit that they made.