This institution houses four age groups in all. The first building, known as "the Crèche”, is currently home to 50 children ranging from infancy to four years. Children from 4-11 are housed in "St. Rita Tarxien" and children from 12-16 live in "Valetta St. Joseph". The house for older children is called "G'Mangia Angela House."
Through their care and individual supervision for these children, who cannot live with their own families for various social reasons, the Ursuline Sisters offer them both the opportunity to integrate back into the community and the prospect of a self-determined life.
When ministry ends for the older children, some of them remain at the facilities as helpers so that they can pass on their experience to the next generation.
The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation, together with Sixt's franchise partner in Malta and its engaged employees, is committed to this institution and ensuring that its ministry can continue into the future and these children won't have to live on the street.