The organisation becomes affiliated to the National Council for Child Welfare.
Our Children’s day is started.
Children’s Aid Society and Germiston Benevolent Society merged and formed the Germiston “Children’s Aid and Benevolent Society”. All services were rendered by volunteers.
The second Social Worker is appointed.
We relocated to our first owned property in a house at no 17 Long street. Thanks to a legacy left for the purposes of establishing an office for the organisation. The caseload was 37 annually in the early stages of the organisation.
The third Social Worker is appointed.
The first deposit was made into a savings account for the establishment of a temporary safe care facility.
The Constitution for the Jane Christophers Memorial Home was signed and in 1970 the Jane Christophers Memorial Home is established as temporary relief accommodation for women and children in distress named after Mrs. Jane Christopher, former chairperson of the organization that died in a road accident in 1965. The home was the realization of her dream.
The name changes to Germiston Society for Child and Family Welfare.
We moved into our current premises at 26 & 28 Kinross street, Germiston.
Our name changes to Greater Germiston Society for Child and Family Welfare.
The Board of Management proposes and approves the name change which is effected with the NPO Directorate of the Department of Social Development. CHILD WELFARE GERMISTON. Edenvale Child Welfare were also part of the organization although run by a sub-committee for many years before registering as an independent organisation.