Being a non-profit organisation, we have identified that some school children do not have suitable school uniforms and casual clothing. As a non-profit organisation we have taken the responsibility of collecting proper second hand unbranded school
uniforms and casual clothing to give back to the under privileged students that we have identified for non-profit gains but to help out the society.
Depending on the amount of clothing that is collected, we would like to target more and more under privileged students and schools while further expanding into shelters and orphanages throughout the district of Ekurhuleni.
Seeing that people needed an easier way of accessing places where the clothing can be dropped off for donation(central and neutral ground) , we have placed collection boxes at the Kwatsaduza(Kwa Thema, Tsakane, Duduza) Customer Care Centre, and other locations for the citizens to drop of relevant donations.
Hosted Year:2017 - Continuously
K’sasalethu #YOUTH4CHANGE Career Summit & Youth Day Celebration
The inauguaral #YOUTH4CHANGE Career Summit & Youth Day Celebration, held on the 16th of June. An initiative aimed at developing our youth through a diverse career orientated guidance program, as well as encourage involvement in socio economic issues (donation drive) and ending off the career program with a youth celebration event, celebrating the oppportunities given to us by fallen heroes.
The purpose of this event was to expose learners of the various careers they could undertake on the completion of their studies, while linking them with the relevant tertiary institutions, bursaries and development agencies. We also provided a platform for local artists, comedians and choirs to showcase their talents to a receptive audience.
Hosted Year:16 June 2017
In association with: Ekurhuleni Department of Social Development, Springs Old Boys Sports Club and Dr S.G..T. Mkhize
Hosted Year:16 June 2018
In association with: Wright Park CPF and Ekurhuleni Department of Education
Ngiy' Ntombi Ezibhekile Campaign
Ngyi' Ntombi Ezibhekile (I am a wise girl) campaign held at the Tsakane Municipality Hall, targeting 9 different secondary schools. The campaign was to educate young female students on how to behave and respect themselves whilst discouraging them from gangstarism, bullying, substance and drugs abuse.
Amongst the few activities for the day were motivational talks from different department, music performances, role plays and student to student dialogues addressing issues concerning young female students.
Each student was handed a pack of sanitary pads at the end of the event, thanks to the assistance of Lifestyle SA.
In association with: Department of Education, Department of Health, Social Development, Department of Community Safety, CDW, GCIS and NGO such as Life line, TAC lastly the faith based organisation and My father's child, Lethukukhanya Care Centre and Men's forum.