We REMAIN committed to the YOUTH of NAMIBIA, improving their quality of life by ENCOURAGING  them  to recognise OPPORTUNITIES and to unlock their limitless POTENTIAL by realising their DREAMS and thereby INSPIRING them to be the POSITIVE change in the WORLD

   Potential : Helping Hand

Projects and initiatives completed or supported by the MMCT in the past.


The Michelle McLean Children Trust donated blankets, pillows, carpets, kitchenware and clothing to Ms Gretha Eises whose shack burned down in Havana recently. She and her children lost everything in the fire.
Ms Gretha Eises whose shack burned down.

Updated: 2010-09-16

Mr Karl Garoeb and Ms Elizabeth Garoës

Mr Karl Garoeb and Ms Elizabeth Garoës lost their house in a fire on Monday Morning, 17 May 2010. They lost everything and call on donors to assist them to get on their feet again. The Michelle McLean Children reached out and donated dried food, blankets, kitchenware, linen and toys.

Updated: 2010-09-16


Empowering Communities

This programme focuses on community development by training and mobilizing community members in vulnerable communities to solve major issues such as HIV/Aids, OVC’s, unemployment and social evils.

DIC was established in August 2005 and is now running several projects in very poor areas in Windhoek and Oshakati. Volunteers are trained to be ready for occupying the approval of spaces in Kilamanjaro and Kabila community. This plot is meant to be used as multi purpose centre to serve those communities in dire need.

It is situated at Erf 669, Kabila plot (1678 m2): Corner of Outapi & Karasburg Street.

The Michelle McLean Children Trust was fortunate to make a contribution of N$24 852.00 to erect a wire fence to start the much needed community development project.

Updated: 2010-09-16

Teen Tragedy

Justus Marchant Marius Swartbooi

DOB: 12 June 1996

†: 24 April 2010

Teen tragedy… Justus Marius (14) and his brother Sidon (13) drowned in a rock pool behind the Goreangab Dam about 14h30 on Saturday 24th of April 2010. They were on their way home from collecting firewood when they came upon the rock pool and decided to go for a swim, although they were not good swimmers. (Namibian, 26 April 2010)

We knew Justus since 2006 when his father, Johannes Petrus Swartbooi, applied for assistance in the form of a school uniform. Michelle McLean, herself, handover the uniform to Justus, then 10 years old, a grade 3 learner of Elim Primary School at the MMCT office. Through the years Justice did very well in school and therefore the MMCT also assisted him in 2007, 2009 and 2010.

It was with sadness that we heard about Justus who grew close to us through the years. The MMCT then decided to assist both the boys’ funeral arrangements. The Swartbooi and Veldskoen family acknowledged as follows: “It is from utmost importance to mention that there are few companies like yours that one can rely on when in need. Through our sorrow you lighten our hearts which was dark when we learn of our loss. We would hereby like to thank your company from the bottom of our hearts for the assistance granted towards the funeral of our late sons on a very short notice.”

Updated: 2010-09-23

How to Apply

Any person interested in applying for assistance from the Michelle Mclean Children`s Trust must complete the application form on the menu on the right.

Updated: 2010-09-23

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