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  • Disaster Response

    Our network of offices enables GAiN to mobilise resources wherever there is a disaster through our shared distribution networks we can respond quickly to places in need of emergency humanitarian aid. On the ground we partner with like-minded NGOs and local churches to bring an even greater and longer lasting impact to the community’s, local volunteers can deliver aid targeted to the most needy groups.

  • Hope in Haiti

    In January 2010 Haiti was hit by an earthquake that killed 316,000 people and left 1.85 million without homes. At the time of the disaster GAiN was able to respond with sending basic emergency supplies and built a warehouse to store these supplies ready for distribution. During this time it became clear that Haiti is in need of longer-term help in reconstructing their communities. GAiN had the opportunity to partner with a local orphanage to rebuild a children’s centre to help bring hope for the next generation.


  • Hope in Haiti

    In January 2010 Haiti was hit by an earthquake that killed 316,000 people and left 1.85 million without homes. At the time of the disaster GAiN was able to respond with sending basic emergency supplies and built a warehouse to store these supplies ready for distribution. During this time it became clear that Haiti is in need of longer-term help in reconstructing their communities. GAiN had the opportunity to partner with a local orphanage to rebuild a children’s centre to help bring hope for the next generation.

  • Disaster Response

    Our network of offices enables GAiN to mobilise resources wherever there is a disaster through our shared distribution networks we can respond quickly to places in need of emergency humanitarian aid. On the ground we partner with like-minded NGOs and local churches to bring an even greater and longer lasting impact to the community’s, local volunteers can deliver aid targeted to the most needy groups.


Refugee Crises in Greece

Huge Donation from The South African Congregation
What a strange year. It was a year of isolation. A year where we were distracted from familiar things, everyday habits, our normal movements, our friends and even family. It has been a year of reflection about what is really necessary and important.
As many of you probably did, we as a family used the time for a good “spring clean”. I literally threw out everything we didn’t use. From bedding – to the towels that are still in their packaging. Clothes that once fitted – many, many years ago… to the children’s toys they do not play with.
We sorted everything out and packed it in boxes. It was “brutal”, and Andre had some anxious moments as I sorted out.
It was liberating to get rid of everything and I realized the abundance we have. It made me think of the refugees and how they had …


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