Welcome to Shedad


We are the SheDad foundation whose mission is to make men


SheDad is a foundation whose  primary focus is the boy child. Quoting from Genesis 1vs 26 where it says, “Let us make man”. We believe when men are made, there is no abuse, when men are made there is no poverty or crime, when men are made women and children are safe.

SheDad is divided into 3 categories:


The things we have done, the things we will do and the thing we are doing to bring hope to the hopeless boy child. All in an effort to make the world a better place for all .


Learn about our mission and vision and get inspired to join hands with u for a greater cause.


Connect and work with us. Every donation, every contribution will touch and change a life. It is never in vain.Together we can do so much more.

Meet Our Team

Martha T Shumba
Martha Talent Shumba is an entrepreneur, mentor, writer ,social activist and artist who has made appearances on local SABC soapies, The Suit and The Queen. She has held the membership of the youth organisation called Organisation of African youth as the Chairperson. Martha is a well-known Motivational speaker sensitizing teenage / unwanted pregnancy, bullying, child marriages, abuse, crime, HIV & AIDS, relationships. She has written and published a short story through POWA called Chiwoniso the Light and poetry in a Realistic Poetry anthology which is based in the United States of America and another from India.She has done consultative interviews on youth issues with SABC news channel 404, S.A F.M, Channel Africa, and been on Good Morning Africa as well as recognised by different media outlets like Daily Sun for her work.
Tichaona Mashiri is a dynamic and innovative Business Analyst, ICT consultant, CISCO Solutions Specialist and Certified Microwave Broadband. He is a holder of bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems ( University of Fort-Hare 20120. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA-Routing and Switching) Tichaona has worked in the public  sector under department of Higher & Tertiary Education (University of Fort-Hare), SMMEs and global industries such as Dimension Data in Port Elizabeth. He is a Christian and a serious youth activist who has been volunteering under the Organization of the Africa Youth (OAYouth) where he served at national commit since 2011 
Tapelo Masuku

Thaphelo Masuku is a Social Worker by profession. She received her Bachelor of Social Work Honours Degree from the University of Zimbabwe, certificate in Basic Sign Language from Zimbabwe Dead Trust and a Certificate in Basic Millennium Development Goals course with UNDP 2013. She has one year working experience as an intern Social Worker in administration counselling, project planning and management, monitoring and evaluation in Non governmental organizations and Public Sector in Zimbabwe. She was also responsible in educating youths and adults living with HIV and AIDS about adherence, healthy living as well as partaking in the co-ordination and management of child welfare cases at the hospital.  She currently resides in Johannesburg, South Africa.

How we are helping the children…

We have wide range of projects


Every boy child and every community has different needs. For this reason, we have come up with a number of different approaches to try to reach out to every child that needs our help. Below are some of the ways we use to extend a helping hand to the disadvantaged boy child. 

  • Peer education
  • Career Guidance
  • Coaching
  • Grooming
  • Mentorship
  • Skills
  • Leadership development programs
  • Art
  • Sport
  • Tv and Radio Shows
  • Workshops
  • Seminars
  • Awareness campaign

Upcoming Events

Joining hands and working with the community for a brighter future of the boy child

Events that we have organised

June 16 2018 event. Using art to fight crime in Voslorus