“I was a stranger and you welcomed me” (Matt 25:35)
This is an integral part of Bienvenu Shelters methodology of action as it is an operational way to support sustainability of the work carried out with the assisted women, so that the skills learned and the achievements and life lessons experienced whilst living in the Shelter are not lost when they integrate into the community. It consists of assuring beneficiaries the ongoing support, guidance and care they still need to be able to sustain themselves and their families.
It is with this Service that we provide regular monitoring and reviewing of individual cases through home visits, listening to their problems, and assisting them when we are able to so with their immediate needs. In collaboration with the Pastoral Care for Migrants and Refugees Department, Archdiocese of Johannesburg, together, we support Migrants, Refugees and the most destitute in vulnerable situations. We are truly grateful to the Divine Providence, that we are sent such generosity from dear donors in order to extend our hands to so many in need.