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The St George’s Turning Point Foundation (TPF) was created in 2015 but has a much longer history. It all began with the work done by parishioners at two Anglican churches, St George’s, Parktown and St Michael’s, Bryanston, with street kids in Berea and Hillbrow. More than 10 years ago, they became especially friendly with a group of street kids who said they wanted to return to school—which, practically speaking, meant they had to come off the street. The boys persisted over a number of months and eventually we realised we had to make it possible…

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Getting ready for our 2019 open garden at Mulligatawny Farm
26 May 2019
Getting ready for our 2019 open garden at Mulligatawny Farm
View of distant mountains from the top terrace (Photograph: Mary-Jane Harris) We are delighted to have the privilege of hosting (and benefitting) ...
Shakespeare saving lives on the streets: See for yourself on 14 April
06 Apr 2019
Shakespeare saving lives on the streets: See for yourself on 14 April
Johannesburg Awakening Minds, or JAM, is a theatre group run by actress Dorothy-Ann Gould as a way to help homeless men find their voices (quite lite...
Open Garden at Mulligatawny Farm: 13-15 October 2017
21 Jul 2017
Open Garden at Mulligatawny Farm: 13-15 October 2017
A GREAT DAY IN THE COUNTRY The Open Garden of 14-15 October at Mulligatawny Farm was a wonderful event. Just over 700 people visited over the two days...

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