Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of vulnerable babies by becoming a sponsor or making a donation At Daybreak House, our mission is to provide a loving and safe haven for vulnerable and neglected babies. However, we can only accomplish this vital work with the support of generous sponsors and donors like you. Without your donations, we wouldn’t be able to meet the essential medical needs and provide necessary therapy for these little ones to help them reach their full potential.

If you’re interested in making a lasting difference, we offer the opportunity to sponsor a cot for a specific baby each month. By doing so, you’ll directly contribute to meeting the needs of that baby, making a meaningful impact on their development and well-being.

Additionally, we greatly appreciate regular debit orders, as they help cover our monthly operational costs, such as electricity and water, ensuring our facility runs smoothly and the babies are provided with the best care possible.

We’re proud to be a registered PBO (Public Benefit Organization), and as such, we’re able to provide Section 18A tax-deductible certificates to our generous sponsors. Your support not only makes a difference in the lives of these babies but may also provide tax benefits.

Giving Options


Banking details for The Grove Schoombee Foundation:

Bank:First National Bank
Account Holder:The Grove Schoombee Foundation NPC
Account Number:63000167676
Branch Code:210835

Our sponsors

Pure Cafe

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

We value your support! There are several ways to get in touch with us at Daybreak House for Babies. Whether you’d like to connect, have questions, or wish to contribute, we’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at or consider becoming a volunteer. Our community’s involvement is the lifeline that keeps Daybreak House open, ensuring a safe and nurturing haven for abandoned and neglected babies. Together, we can make a meaningful impact and provide these little ones with the love and care they deserve.”**


Call Us: +27 79 249 1406

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