Welcome to the Joris House
Better living conditions for children and young people with disabilities in South Africa: that’s what the important ‘Joris House’ project stands for. Your donations really get to where they actually do some good. Where families are not simply left to their fate.
ENERGETIX and all its business partners have been supporting the Hugo Tempelman Foundation and consequently Dr Hugo Tempelman and his team’s work at the Ndlovu Care Group in South Africa for many years. The many projects, such as those that help fight AIDS and improve the quality of living, have created new prospects for thousands of people there. The Ndlovu Care Group provides medical care, schooling, job opportunities and even a real home to many people.
It’s touching to see how much positivity is created there and that, with every sale of the popular classic MagnetHeart, the entire team at ENERGETIX along with its customers are actually helping.
But see for yourself what CEO and Sole Shareholder Roland Förster has to say about it and why he sees it as his duty to help.
Besides the forward-looking ‘Joris House’ project, ENERGETIX also supports some of the foundation and Ndlovu Care Group’s other great charity projects. The focus is always on the people – no one is excluded. It’s all about helping people to help themselves, about human dignity and about achieving lasting positive changes. Social, health and future-oriented changes. You’ll find many of the realized visions, plans and current projects as well as interesting background information here at the Hugo Tempelman Foundation’s website. It’s our declared objective to achieve even more in this regard and to work together to do our utmost to help others, particularly the youngest ones among us.
The Joris House
The Joris House is a daycare centre that provides both medical and therapeutic assistance to children and young people with disabilities while also supporting their families in their everyday lives. The mission: to also involve the parents of the centre’s young charges and to help them deal with the disability while showing them how to support and care for their children. This is a hugely important intervention and task that is designed to give young people the chance to live a reasonably normal life.