Jeffreys Bay, like many other cities in South Africa, has children living on the street. Added to this is the reality that the Eastern Cape region has the highest percentage of HIV orphans in the country, as identified by the Human Sciences Research Council. These are just some of the reasons why Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm has chosen to support The Joshua Project. This safe haven was founded 17 years ago and serves as a centre for vulnerable children and children living on the streets, between the ages of 6 and 19 years. “We have donated around R167 000 to this project, to assist in providing vital care to vulnerable children and youth by offering support, education, and training,” said Marion Green-Thompson, Economic Development Manager for Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm.