Dorah is an angel in her own right. She has dedicated her life to help orphaned children in Roodepoort, South Africa (and the surrounding area). Dorah’s Ark is located in the old Roodepoort library. At any given time, we take care of +-35 children ranging from new born to teens. Again, this organization is run on firstly prayer and then the generosity of the community.
In January 2017, Mum Dorah was hospitalised and sadly p[assed away during the late hours of the night. Unbeknown to Kirsten and Anthea, it was announced at Mum Dorah's Funeral that her will had stipulated that Dorah's Ark was to be handed over to Wings of Inspiration to manage and facilitate its operations.
Dorah's Ark was then officially handed over Wings of Inspiration, and it is now known as teh Wings of Inspiration Dorah's Ark Orphanage.
In June 2017 Wings of Inspiration partnered with STANLIB on a special project - the Dorah's Ark Orphanage 10 Day Makeover Project. The makeover comprised a full facility renovation, new kitchen, new bunk beds, new bathrooms and toilets, new furniture - a complete home makeover.
In January 2018 Wings of Inspiration partnered with STANLIB again for Pase Two at Dorah's Ark Orphanage. Building commenced, and a New Wendy House was erected to be used as teh Nursery School, and Jungle Gym was erected in the Play Area. The Nursery School accomodates children from the Orphanage as well as children from the surrounding community. This enabled Social Development for the children, and has aslo encouraged employment of Teachers fro the school.
Towards the end of 2018 - Wings of Inspiration identified the challenges of the boys and girls living in the same "space", and and we had to ensure the safety and healthy upbringing of our Teenage Youth.
In August 208 Phase Three of Dorah's Ark commenced, initiated through the sponsorship of various Corporates and Individuals. Two Wendy Houses were erected, and this enabled the Teenagers at Dorah's Ark Orphanage to have their very own living space. A Boys Dormitory and a Girls Dormitory ensured that the youth had their own living space - apart from the babies and toddlers.