Heartlines partners with UNICEF to promote COVID-19 vaccinations for the elderly

Heartlines and the Oak Foundation supported UNICEF's #Grandkids4Gogos campaign to help increase access to COVID-19 vaccines for people over 50 around South Africa. 

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Reconciling riot hotspots through sports and storytelling

The July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal escalated racial tensions in the province. Heartlines and church leaders are working to bring change and reconciliation.

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Unrest recovery sparks renewed commitment to reconciliation efforts

Church leaders in the violence-struck areas of Phoenix, Inanda, Ntuzuma, KwaMashu and Umhlanga/Durban North (PINKU) came together in a two-day process at the end of September in a renewed effort to build bridges following the unrest that tore through the region in July.

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Heartlines Micro-Business Relief Fund – Update

The Heartlines Micro-Business Relief Fund was established to help business owners rebuild after being impacted by the looting and unrest in July. This is how things have gone so far.

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Esme’s remarkable leadership has drawn aspirant young women to follow in her footsteps

From student activist to driving social change as an influential leader in major organisations, Esme Bowers shares her incredible journey.

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Heartlines Micro-Business Relief Fund

Heartlines, together with its partners, aims to raise at least R10 million to provide once-off grants to micro-businesses damaged by looting, and connect them, where possible, to other sources of support.

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Like Water is for Fish - How Story Shapes Lives: Exclusive Books Book Launch 3 March 2021

The Exclusive Books launch was hosted by seasoned journalist and media personality Paula Fray and the conversation touched on a number of fascinating and noteworthy topics such as vulnerability, mental health and, of course, storytelling.

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Like Water is for Fish: The power of story in our lives

Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet has released his debut book, which weaves together stories from his life and tales from other notable South Africans, including Lillian Dube, Zapiro and Gcina Mhlophe, to show the power that stories have in our lives.

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A message from Heartlines CEO, Dr Garth Japhet

Dr Garth Japhet, Heartlines CEO, gives a round-up of how things went for Heartlines in 2020.

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Children celebrate Heritage Day with What’s Your Story?

Understanding yourself is the first step in the journey to knowing others Read more

Foreign nationals living in Johannesburg talk about their struggles in finding a home away from home

The Sister Mura Foundation is providing medical, financial, and emotional support while upskilling foreign nationals living with HIV/AIDS in SA. Read more

What’s Your Story? campaign impacts student leaders

Student leaders identify storysharing as a positive tool to help deal with challenges Read more