Valley Development Projects and the Hannah Cornelius Foundation, with the support of Community Cohesion funded the repairs of the original Open-Door building in Ocean View. The building was renamed the Hannah Cornelius Centre, named in honour of Hannah and in the fulfilment of the wishes of Anna, her mother and with the blessing of her father, Willem.
After the death of Anna, Valley Development Projects (VDP) and Community Cohesion (CC) covered the costs to complete the renovations of the old VDP building. 
The centre was named in Hannah’s honour, but the HCF is not officially part of the programmes running at the centre; VDP and CC liaise with the HCF as to the needs at the centre to see where they can assist and do so in honouring the memory of both Hannah and Anna.
Both organisations have been offering their services in the building since August 2018 and the official opening and honorary naming of the Centre was in January 2019.
The Hannah Cornelius Foundation has decided to close down, leaving Valley Development Projects and Community Cohesion to continue using the centre. These two organisations will be responsible for projects within the Hannah Cornelius Centre which has been previously financially assisted by the HCF.
The two organisations serving the community thank the Foundation for their support over the last four years.
VDP has two registered social auxiliary workers who are working with children affected by violence and crime. Community Cohesion has one social worker and one social auxiliary worker who work with adult victims of violence and crime and their affected family members. The two organisations therefore ensure that the entire family is attended to on a professional level.
Anyone wishing to support either of the services provided by Valley Development Projects or Community Cohesion can contribute to:
Valley Development Projects
Standard Bank
Fish Hoek
Account Number: 270374027