We provide educational arts for at-risk youth to spark creative thinking and awaken the entrepreneurial spirit. Through our arts curriculum and critical messaging component, we set out to teach children how to map and manifest their dreams and goals, launching the possibility of a different future for themselves and their communities. We also offer a resource guide and workshops aimed at assisting educators who work with learners affected by trauma.
36 Albert Street, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806, South Africa.
We are an academy geared towards the development of young adults between the ages of 18-25. We aim to provide a platform for youth to deepen their resilience and unleash their potential through mental, physical, emotional and spiritual development, enabling them to be role models and agents of positive change. We also work with schools to provide support to learners who may be in need of additional support to remain in and complete their schooling.
Porter Estate, Tokai Road, Tokai, Cape Town, South Africa.
Through rigorous training, we give teachers the tools to use the power of genre-based pedagogy in every subject for every learner at every level. Our methodology has been developed in response to current urgent needs, particularly of marginalised learners, to rapidly improve reading and writing for educational access and success. These theoretical foundations are integrated in a set of teaching strategies that are optimally practical in diverse classroom settings, and accessible for teachers to acquire and use as part of their ordinary practice in their grade or curriculum area.
Commonly known as “LoveLife”, we are a South African non-profit youth organisation that was established in 1999 as a joint initiative of leading South African non-governmental organisations, private foundations and the South African government. With the passage of time our vision has evolved to not only focus on HIV prevention, but rather to become “a leader in Youth Health Promotion” where Health, in line with the World Health Organisation (WHO), is defined as a “state of complete physical, mental and social well-being”. We position our programmes not only for risk reduction and active lifestyles but also as the generator of empowered young people with a better future. We are POWERING THE FUTURE!
1 Rose Innes Street, Cnr. Mendi Str., Langa, Cape Town, Western Cape, 7455.
Our youth clubs aim to get young people actively involved in addressing social, environmental & political issues in their communities. The program aims to develop the skills and learning capacity of youth in communities across South Africa through organising youth activist clubs at a grassroots level. Members of our clubs will be taught and trained on how to be an effective community organiser/activist, and will be supported by the foundation through an education and training program.
Signet Terrace Office Park, Block B, Suite 2 19 Guinea-Fowl Street Lenasia, Gauteng, 1827 South Africa.
We work with schools in building a culture of well-being where everyone can thrive. Through a whole-school approach we include learners, parents, caregivers, educators and school staff. We offer psychosocial support and professional counselling (in person or remote access through technology) at no charge to our partner school communities. We also offer resilience building workshops for learners, positive parenting workshops for caregivers and professional development workshops for educators.
21 Rustenburg Road, Stellenbosch