Welcome to Khululeka Grief Support

Bereavement support programmes for children and adolescents

Khululeka is a non-profit organisation that specialises in mental health support programmes focusing on child and adolescent grief.

Our vision is a South Africa where every grieving child and adolescent has access to support and opportunities for healing to improve the trajectory of their lives.



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Our second day of training I individuals from community based organisations in Atlantis in the recognition and support of bereaved children. Such a great group of participants, all team players... Dealt with peer learning and age appropriate response to loss... What a pleasure! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is International Day of the Girl! It's a special day where women's struggles are brought into the spotlight and the world is listening. Use your voice today by sharing the post below and help us fight for girls! ProjectGRL.org

"In a world where girls are told they aren't worthy of basic human rights like dignity, respect, and life, we are using our voices to fight for girls - to guide, restore and love them, and let them know just how valuable they are! Join me in the fight for girls at ProjectGRL.org #ProjectGRL #DayOfTheGirl"
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One in five children in South Africa has lost a parent and research shows that bereaved children are at risk for developing depression, problems at school, behavioral problems, and substance abuse.

Today, we want to spotlight EMpower partner Khululeka Grief Support which was established in 2005 by a group of six professional women who wished to use their skills and experiences in social work, child psychology, palliative care, nursing, and education to support children whose primary caregivers were dying of AIDS before the rollout of anti-retroviral therapies.

It now works to build the resilience of children, adolescents, and adults who care for them by equipping them with tools to process their experiences of loss and death.

#WorldMentalHealthDay #InvestinMentalHealth
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Non-Profit Organisation: 045 467
Public Benefit Organisation: 930026591
Tax Exempt Section 18A
VAT No: 4550271698

Khululeka subscribes to The Independent Code of Governance for NPOs in South Africa.

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