Grand Opening of the STAR Victim Support Centre

A Grand Opening

Friday 26th August saw the grand opening of the STAR Victim Support Centre. This comes after months of hard work by SRVC Community Health & Social Welfare Action Team Leader Shirley Kula and  her team to bring together all relevent local stakeholders in order to make this Addo-based victim support centre a reality. 

The STAR is a registered non-profit organisation that will, in collaboration with the SAPS and Dept. Social Development, seek to drastically improve the level of support provided to local victims of abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence in the lower valley area. The opening of the STAR was well attended with notable members of the Sundays River Valley business community, municipality, and civic society organsiations present. The STAR was officially opened by the Mayor of the Sundays River Valley Local Municipality Cllr. Rune. 

To find out more about the STAR and how you or your organisation can support it, please contact Shirley Kula on 079 075 8990

Pictured from left to right: Lukhanyo Matwa (STAR), W/O Lamar (SAPS), Cllr. Jomo (SRVM), Shirley Kula (STAR), SRVM Mayor Cllr. Rune, Ms. Mamungalo (Community Police Forum), Mr. Mbewu (Dept. Social Development). Monica Sontyhaka (STAR), and Cebokuhle Majoka (STAR). 

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