This year, Tshepiso adopted an orphanage in Mataffin called Woodhouse Community Care Base. The home provides food for 169 children in the community aged between 2 and 18 years.
Miss Phosa does not believe in a “drop and go”. This is why she made the decision to adopt the home. She, together with various business partners have been ensuring that sufficient food is provided for the community centre on a weekly basis. This includes Go Nelspruit, Bundu lodge, the Steval Pumas and Rise fm.
Tshepiso has also committed herself to bring fun to the children once every two months. Food, fun and games is provided for the children to enjoy at their door step as they are disadvantaged and are not able to go to the Mall or theme parks by their own means.
Miss Phosa has also partnered with Puma Kidz. She sponsors 20 boys at Woodhouse to be coached and help transform the holistic development into a successful and happy future we need to utilize. Rugby is a big sport in the Lowveld and the obvious choice for the boys.