Welcome to Queenbutterfly Foundation

I dared to dream big and start my own foundation in service of children with profound mental and physical disabilities. Its been a long and interesting journey with many challenges along the way, but I never taken my eye off becoming an empowered young female African who is determined to add value, not only to the vulnerable children and young adults who find their way to me but to the staff whom I am able to engage in valuable skills transfer and elevate them to a level of excellence in working with these children and young adults who require an expert hand.

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Uniquely designed stimulatory programme

We provide a safe and loving stimulatory environment for special needs children

Motor Skills

We do fine motor skills activities to help increase movements on small muscles, it enhances the ability to grasp, move objects and exploring.


We teach our special needs children how to manipulate toys or objects and engaging with others. Playing and engaging with other children helps raise awareness also.

Active Movement

Different positions and active movements during our One on One helps to track the improvements of each child or young adult.

An active lifestyle

A programme designed for an active lifestyle

  • Outdoor playtime is important and we do it daily.

  • We have cause and effect devices to help our kids play or make a toy move by activating the switch.(adapted switch toys)

  • Art and craft activity.

  • We go shopping once a month and raise awareness, but to also take up our own space within the society.

  • One on one physical skills and movement is done daily and throughout the day. Each child has a movement routine based on their condition.

  • Playing at the mall(kids area) raising much-needed awareness.

  • One on one physical movement according to each child condition.

MySchool Card Beneficiary

Get your MySchool Card and nominate Queen Butterfly as your beneficiary.


Our Staff

Shelly Rebecca Gaobotse

Special needs facilitator

Blessing Takawire

Special needs facilitator

Thoko Joyce Serobatse

Special needs facilitator

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