Our Desire:

LOVE in the time of HIV/AIDS - to break the cycle of poverty and HIV/AIDS before it is passed on to the next generation!!

Message from Executive Director

  • nzamaOn behalf of the Board, staff, the community and myself, I want to welcome you to our online presence, Please feel free to browse through our webpages and learn among other things, who we are, what we do, the services we offer, how to access services, available volunteering opportunities and much more.
  • As a non-profit organization, GPFO's funds, resources and decisions are directed for the sole purpose of the delivery of care to the community we serve.
  • All community members are welcome to receive and contribute to the services we offer. If you or someone you know is seeking a home community based care service, support groups and prevention of the spread of HIV and AIDS in the form of peer education and more, we invite you to visit our organisation, or to get in touch.
  • To those 400 plus people who already receive services and offer their services, I want to thank you for allowing GPFO to be at your service. If you are not one of these people, we look forward to serving and working with you.
  • S. L. Nzama
    Executive Director

The Community of GPFO

  • @Gpfosa:
    Gugulethu Parents for Orphans serves the community of Ward 44 in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni Gauteng. With two more branches in Gauteng in Sunrise Ward 63, Kathlehong and Phumula Ward 41, Roodekop both in Ekurhuleni. The fourth branch is in Kwadukuza, Stanger, KZN. Find out more about what we have been successful in and why we care so much..#Community
  • @Health Objectives HIV/AIDS

    Improve quality of people infected & affected by HIV/AIDS.
    Help improve lives of children and families affected by the impact of HIV/AIDS pandemic with social needs.
    To look after orphaned children and vulnerable children
    To provide healthcare and education for patients suffering from chronic diseases as well as the terminally ill.
    Provide supportive counselling for patients & their families.
    To facilitate HIV/AIDS campaigns.
    To encourage acquisition of information and skills among health care workers.
    To care for HIV/AIDS orphans vulnerable children.
    To facilitate tuberculosis direct observation treatment (DOTs).#HealthObjectivesGpfosa


    GPFO Programmes

    • Community Health and Social Welfare:
      HIV/AIDS programs, OVC programme, HTA, Home Based Care Healt and Social Working hand in hand with the Department of Health and Social Development focussing on the following: Grant applications, Provision of food parcels and clothing including school uniforms. ....... Continue Reading
    • Youth Development & Mentorship:
      Promoting positive youth development, focusing on improving the lives of Vosloorus youths. This is an intentional pro-social initiative engaging youths of our community. Utilising developmental tool such as Appreciative Inquiry, Tree of life. We promote positive outcomes by providing opportunities, positive exposure -fostering positive relationships. Providing required and needed support to build leadership strengths. Continue Reading


GPFO Programmes

  • Community ICT Centre
    Community information communication technology (ICT) centre is our local place where shared public access to ICTs relevant to community needs and requirements are provided, mainly in the form of computers, internet, scanning, digital material processing, and fax services. The aim of this centre is to improve access to information, inward and outward communication and processing of information within a community.. Continue Reading
  • Organic Food Garden & Mushroom:
    Growing our organic garden to feed the support groups and After school care programme kids. The programme also teaches community to grow their own food. With guidance from programme coordinators, members learn and develop competant food garden and mushroom growing skills, promotion and sales strategies. The programme also inspires those interested in establishing community gardens. Continue Reading
  • Recycling :
    Double divident, helping the environment and generating income to support our programmes. Botles and cardboard boxes

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  • Pioneers of Change Communities:
    This is the "Communities of Practice" of Pioneers of Change where a group of Pioneers organise around a particular theme or set of practices

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