Future Families

Empowering
families to create
their own future

Future Families

Rendering
quality services
to orphans and
vulnerable children

Future Families

Proving care
and support to
vulnerable families

Striving to make meaningful difference

Future Families has 10 years of exemplary financial stewardship, committed staff and successful impact. We have first hand experience in impacting individuals and families to help improve their circumstances. Our impact ranges from crucial health interventions and support to micro-business mentoring, training and access to capital.

Future Families is a non-profit organization rendering quality services to orphans and vulnerable children and people infected with HIV/AIDS in South Africa.

This is the reality of families infected and affected by HIV in South Africa, and it is by no means the optimal family environment for young children to develop into well-functioning young adults. In response to the reality, our organisation and our local and international support agencies have developed an array of social work interventions to meet the emerging needs of FUTURE FAMILIES and to empower them to create their own future.The HIV/AIDS pandemic has changed the face of families in Africa forever. The traditional generational structure of families is often no longer in place. Many grandparents who are too old for the role are raising their young grandchildren, and many “older” children are caring for their younger siblings.

Our Vision

To empower families to create their own future.

Our Mission

The Future Families mission is to provide care and support to vulnerable children and their families, be they infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, refugees or have experienced sexual and gender-based violence, to ensure that children have a safe environment in which they can reach their full potential.

The HIV/AIDS pandemic has changed the face of families in Africa forever. The traditional generational structure of families is often no longer in place. Many grandparents who are too old for the role are raising their young grandchildren, and many “older” children are caring for their younger siblings.

This is the reality of families infected and affected by HIV in South Africa, and it is by no means the optimal family environment for young children to develop into well-functioning young adults.

Our Partners

Our objective is to keep children with their families and empower these families to create their own future