GoodWill Vulnerable Children's Home

GoodWill Mozambique serves as a refuge for vulnerable children and is situated in the city of Vilanculos. The facility has the capacity to provide a home for up to 50 children aged between 7 and 18.

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In 2021, Jeffrey Henseler in partnership with Passport Legacy created GoodWill ​Vulnerable Children's Home, a haven aimed to provide vulnerable children with a safe, loving environment where their basic rights are met, their emotional needs nurtured, and their education prioritised. The children are provided with a home where, with the support of the dedicated GoodWill team, they can flourish into strong, independent adults.

Our Mission

Our children's home houses up to 50 children between the ages of 7 and 18 years where they are lovingly looked after 24/7 by the GoodWill team. The running costs of the vulnerable children's home are incurred by Passport Legacy whose focus was to create the first vulnerable hildren's home of its kind in the Vilankulo, Inhambane district.

Our Support

None of this is possible without the Vilankulo local government and its representatives who have been instrumental in providing us with the necessary support including the land which now houses a welcome centre, kitchen, four dormitories, care-takers accommodation, bathrooms, and an open-air seating area which will serve as a dining area as well as a study zone.

See more of our beautiful town of Vilankulo

Our ​vulnerable children's home is located in the lovely little town of Vilankulos.

See More About Our team

Hear more about our founders Passport Legacy

Click on the link to find out more about our incredible partners at passport legacy.

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