Grace Community Centre

To be a caring Centre that offers an integrated intervention that includes provision of basic needs, healthcare, education, psychosocial support and socioeconomic development to the underprivileged. 

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Government Gazette No. 43164

GCC Compliance






Grace Community Centre (GCC) was birthed in 1999 with a vision to assist the most neediest of communities within society. The organization was registered as a Non-profit Organization (NPO 023-365) in 2002 and since then has been aiming to address the needs of the disadvantaged and underserved community. 

Grace Community Centre’s strategy aims in placing empowerment as the main focus, in order to reduce risk and vulnerability. This is a practical solution that encourages, the beneficiaries to effectively develop coping and leadership skills to help them deal with socioeconomic and personal challenges. Opportunities are given to beneficiaries to gain practical skills with career, livelihood skills and potential vocational training.

The Organisation’s Projects

Support Groups

Scheduling and coordination of a number of topics of discussion to assist daily living

Feeding Schemes

Clothing Schemes

Regular clothing distribution and

school uniform assistance

After Care and Media Centre

An opportunity for children to complete their homework in a supervised and safe environment

Daily meals for school going children, including any unscheduled request for nutritional assistance



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Being a community driven initiative and a Public Benefiting Organisation, (PBO 930015427), GCC meets the requirements prescribed in section 30 of the income Tax Act






83 Hillbrow Street
Berea, 2198
Johannesburg, Gauteng

Grace Community Centre (GCC) Nonprofit Organisation (NPO 023-365)

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