We create and support libraries in under-resourced schools. We set up the space and employ a young person in the community as a library assistant (LA) to maintain and facilitate the library. We then continue to provide literacy support through activities, competitions, site visits, LA meetings and training workshops. Our mission is to create a culture of reading. We believe that every child deserves to experience the power and joy of reading and the opportunity to become informed, active citizens.
145 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7915.
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
We are a Non-Profit Organisation that uses the power of music to unlock potential in the lives of children and their communities. We use music to create safe spaces for engagement, creativity, care and healing. We work with primary school learners to help nurture their self -esteem and resilience by using music and dance as our intervention. Our theory of change suggests that inclusive, quality education should include fostering the socio-emotional development of children living in poverty. We know that in order for children to reach their full potential and to become contributing members of society, it is imperative that they have access to safe, supportive spaces where they can build resilience and acquire personal and social skills that will help them to survive amidst adversity.
We are a non-profit organisation in the rural Kleinmond are. We help underprivileged and vulnerable primary school children become contributing members of society by offering a safe after school learning center where they receive a daily meal, can improve academically, and are given opportunities for self-development. Our Target group: Children from 7 – 11yrs. Our goal is to keep our children in school, as long as possible. Zero Drop out is the aim!
Corner of 10th Ave and 11th Street
Kleinmond, Western Cape
We offer psychosocial support through programmes with learners and their families. We refer where necessary and also receive referrals from community based organisations and educators in the Schools we are based in. We also provide educational support, using a structured development approach, group work and individual work. Again we refer to other stakeholders where necessary.
1 Ratanang Street,Newtown, Postmasburg. 8420