2003 – Soup kitchen on Umgeni Road and Myhill Settlement in Kenville
2004 – Certificate of registration of a Non-Profit Organization (NPO)
Opening of a small free day care centre
Free counseling centre
2005 – Rented first premises near the Umgeni River
– First food donation from Woolworths
– Ran feeding scheme, counseling centre and church services
– Started Women of Worth Ministry
2006 – Crisis Centre opened for abused women and children (now known as the Shiloh House Crisis Centre)
Day-care Centre in Inanda Amatikwe opened.
Learners at Impumelelo Day-Care Centre are fed by donations from Woolworths, Prime Cut Meats and
2007 – Services extended to Oribi in Pietermaritzburg
2008 – Free voluntary counseling and confidential testing for HIV and AIDS
Pre- and post-counseling for drugs and alcohol by the South African National Council on Alcoholism and
Drug (SANCA) dependency Life skills development programmes
Assistance with CV preparation, employment opportunities, application for ID, grants and bank Accounts
2009 – First annual street Christmas party
2011 – Services extended to Kimberley
Partnered with the Salvation Army in the fight against human trafficking
SA Home Loans came on board for our Early Childhood Development Centre in Inanda
2012 – The Salvation Army and UCEC awarded a certificate in the category of Social Justice from the EThekwini
Municipality for our anti-human trafficking stall at the Sustainable Living exhibition
2013 – Reached approximately 7000 learners and adult’s Anti-human trafficking presentation at King Shaka International Airport.
The new Day Care Centre sponsored by SA Home Loans opened a new building
2013 – UCEC took overall first place at the Sustainable Living Exhibition
2014 – First 5 km Walk to raise human trafficking awareness
2015 – To date: Rented new and bigger Shiloh House Crisis Centre (females)
Increased demonstrations and presentations on anti-human trafficking including King Shaka Airport,
O.R. Tambo International airport and Durban Harbor. Successfully planned and executed our 2nd Annual Anti-Human
Trafficking Walk On the 4th of October 2015.
2016 – 3rd Anti Human Trafficking Walk, 8th Annual Street Christmas Party.
2017 – 4Th Anti Human Trafficking Walk, 9th Annual Street Christmas Party.
The Deputy Mayor Fawzia Peer partnered with us at the AHT Walk; Guest speaker at our Christmas Party was Councilor
We had approximately 600 beneficiary’s at our party and everyone received a toiletry gift bag.
2018 – 5TH Anti Human Trafficking Walk. 10th Annual Christmas Party.
2019 – 6th Annual Anti Human Trafficking Walk, 11th Annual Christmas Party
2020 – Covid 19 Pandemic. Feeding 1000 people per day in 3 different wards.