We Rebuild the Community
Operation Mercy gives back
At Operation Mercy, we care. We create initiatives to help those who need it most. With numerous fundraising and volunteer projects strategically aimed at sparking change, we desire to make the world a better place. Learn how you can become a part of this movement. Partner with us and make a difference.
Jesus is My Valentine Outreach 2022
On the February 12th, we shared the love of Jesus with the many children of Mother of Hope, Kyasands. With the support of our partners, church members and community, we were able to collect various items including food, hygiene products, clothes and stationery.
We helped 25 children, and lead three children to Jesus!
Christmas Love Drive 2021
We fed 88 families, distributed 50 grocery hampers, 15 bags full of clothing, 10 stationery packs, 13 toys and more in the community this Christmas
See Our Response to the Mamelodi Flood
After hearing about the devastating flood in Mamelodi, and the some 300 people left completely destitute - no food, no clothes, no money. All of which was lost in the flood. We were quick to respond and provide relief where we could.
We work hard to better the lives of our community. The Tentpoles of Operation Mercy: Fighting Poverty, Feeding Families and Clothing the Homeless. We make an effort and work together so that we can make a lasting impact! Join us and lend a helping hand. Become a part of this change.
We ensure that the most needy in the Johannesburg Area have their basic needs taken care of. With generous donations, we have been empowered in our mission of fighting poverty.
Lending a Helping Hand
We have been working hard, and with the help of volunteers, touch the lives of those in South Africa. We are dedicated to funding and delivering charitable services, and we strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who need assistance. We've also done events like Christmas Parties for orphanages and Blanket Drives during winter.
One of our main goals is Feeding Families. By donating carefully selected hampers we can alleviate an issue that impacts many lives, particularly those in the greater Johannesburg Metropolitan area. After all, what is family for?
The Driving Force
(Jesus speaking) "for I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me." - Matthew 25:35-36