The Beresford Taca Campus will provide housing and on site recreational and learning facilities to support orphaned and other vulnerable children. The campus will be divided into 4 sections including a nursery, homes for 5-9 year olds, 10-15 year olds and 16-19 year olds.

The Nursery:

Adelaide Cupid Foundation Nursery on Beresford Taca Campus

The nursery will provide cribs and day beds and include full kitchen facilities. There will be an outdoor play area. The nursery will be fully equipped to meet the needs of newborns and children in the early years of life to ensure the survival growth and development of the children.

Special attention will be made towards the holistic development of the children providing the care and nurturance they need to thrive. The children will have all health, nutritional and developmental needs met through highly trained staff and care providers including our seniors.

Housing for 5-9 year olds:

As children begin to transition from the early years into early adolescents we will ensure the continued care and parental support needed for their healthy development. The vision is to build houses that will have several bedrooms per house accommodating the children. Each house will have highly trained staff members to look after the well-being of the children and ensure all their needs are met. The houses will be fully equipped with kitchens, play and stimulation materials, educational resources and outside play areas.

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Housing for 10-15 year olds:

As our children move from early adolescents into older adolescents and the beginnings of becoming teenagers we will continue to provide the ongoing support and care specific to their developmental needs. The vision is to build houses with several bedrooms per house. Each bedroom will accommodate 2 children. Each house will have staff members on site and all homes will be fully equipped with kitchens, libraries, computer rooms, educational resources and outside play areas.

Housing for 16-19 year olds:

Reaching another critical stage of development and moving towards transition into adulthood. We will build an additional set of homes for children between the years of 16-19. The vision is to build houses, with several bedrooms per house. Each bedroom will accommodate 2 children. Each house will have staff members on site and all homes will be fully equipped with kitchens, libraries, computer rooms, educational resources and outside play areas. The campus will also provide a multipurpose room and health clinic to meet the needs of our children.

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The following is a list of the specialized programs to be offered

  • A Brighter Day:  Day Care Center – A daycare center open to the general public that provides opportunities for seniors to participate in the care of children:
  • Youth leadership -
  • Senior Support Groups – programs for seniors to interact with each other and provide each other with support with the challenges of aging
  • Adoption Agency – Provide local and international placement of orphaned youth:
  • A Village of Hope (Hope Town Campus) – Seniors and Youth Housing Complex
  • Youth Mentoring Program – Create a community of responsible citizens willing to spend a few hours a week mentoring a youth in need of guidance and direction
  • Youth Internship Program--Allows young people between the ages of 15 and 19 to work in local businesses to develop professional skills