(1) The two coloured swirls;one personifies the ex-offenders and their families, while the other personifies the community. The gradual convening of the two swirls represents the partnership required between both parties in order to reach the goal of complete goal of complete reintegration, as symbolised by the circle.
(2) To inculcate acceptance on the part of the community, love and care for a fellow human being are essential attributes. On the other hand, the discharge offender’s should prize self-care and self-acceptance if they aspire to become fully integrated members of the community. The heart, which encircles the two coloursed swirls, aptly represents these attributes of love, care and acceptance.
(3) Lastly, the entire logo represents a doorway and the role of SACA-TO open doors between the clients that we help and the community.