the IIIHS africa project

Give to the IIIHS Africa Project
IIIHS Logo on red ribbon

Each year in December, the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences sends a mission team to Africa, to assist South African caregivers and institutions who rescue and shelter the abandoned, the abused, the homeless, and the sick.

We work with the Takalani Center and the Soweto Youth Center in Soweto, the Helen Bishop School for the Physically Challenged and the Thuson Home for Abandoned Children in Kimberly, as well as the African Independent Orthodox Church, which serves thousands of the poorest of the poor over a 400 km area. We bring encouragement and volunteer service with the caregivers, and provide donation cheques and lots and lots of food, clothes, toys, supplies, and equipment for the handicapped, abandoned, dying, abused, orphaned, and suffering children.

All of the directors of these organizations are efficient, dedicated, and knowledgeable, but, of course, they lack funds. Care is often limited to the basics of feeding, turning (for the bed-ridden), and bathing.

The IIIHS hopes you will help us to bring relief to these precious children, through your generous donations. Please answer our call.

Love and light,
Dr. Marilyn and Fr. John Rossner


All contributions to the IIIHS Africa Project are sincerely appreciated. Tax receipts will be issued.