A SAFE PLACE FOR VOLUNTEERS

Before Yebo Life even started, Co-Founder Tony Barwick had vision to start a missions hub, where short-term volunteers could stay as they engaged local communities with the Gospel. Then in early 2014, a prophetic word was given to Tony and Julie. "You will have a house—a safe haven on a mountain and overlooking the ocean—where people will come and find rest."

We're beyond excited that this dream became a reality in February 2017! To top it all, the house does sit on top of the mountain in Fish Hoek and overlooks the beautiful False Bay.

In addition to being a safe place for missions teams, interns, and other short-term volunteers to rest and recharge, we have vision for Safe Haven to provide sustainable funding for Yebo Life (see Core Value #6) as well as serve as space for workshops, retreats, and other events.

Safe Haven accommodates 12 guests comfortably. To inquire about a stay, email julie@yebo-life.com.

The view of False Bay from the back of Safe Haven.

Safe Haven offers one double room and three rooms with single bunkbeds.

Safe Haven's lounge serves as a spacious area for group meetings and gatherings.