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Our CarePoints Provide Hope

CarePoints: Sponsorship
and Support Locations

CarePoints give the community a voice and a platform to begin connecting and providing care and hope for disadvantaged families.

Find a CarePoint

Bhalekane is one of our original eight CarePoints in Eswatini, it is also one of our more developed and centralized CarePoints.
Bheveni was established in 2002 by Make Mkhatjwa for orphans in the community. The original building was a 2-room stick and mud structure.
Ekudzeni is beautifully situated near a mountain range, which contrasts against the area's unique red dirt, creating a striking view.
Es'khaleni began as a rural stick and mud house sponsored by the government to provide better nutrition for the children, bringing hope.
Gege was established in 2012 by local Pastor Ronald Banda who saw a need to help local orphans and families who were struggling.
Located in a remote area, Lesibovu was established in 2011 by Mbongiseni Lokotfwako as part of his developing church and ministry.
Ludlati was started in 2007 by Children’s HopeChest/AIM. Now, there is a cooking structure and a multi-purpose building where the children gather.
Mahangeni CarePoint was established in 2000. In 2009, HopeChest/AIM began to support the CarePoint, and added a kitchen and a preschool classroom.
Mahlabeneni CarePoint was established in 2006. In 2011, the CarePoint was moved to its current site and has since added a playground and church.
Mangwaneni CarePoint is located adjacent to the Manzini city landfill and one of the roughest parts of Manzini city. Mangwaneni brings hope.
Mankayane is an urban CarePoint along a stretch of highway. Because of the urban setting, many families transition in and out looking for work.
Mkhombokati is a beautiful CarePoint started by Pastor Walter to help his community. HopeChest/AIM began working with the CarePoint in 2007.