Educational Donations

The Foundation believes that all South Africans has an obligation to get behind school education in whichever way they have the means to contribute.

Through the inputs from people in the Tshidimbini Village in Thohoyandou, the Foundation identified 37 children from disadvantaged families whom it supports by providing them with school uniforms and bags, casual clothes, groceries and paying their school fees for the duration of their school-going years. The young people, aged between 7 and 17, all come from families in and around Thohoyandou. The first 34 children have been “adopted” by the Foundation in 2011, with another 3 brought on board in 2012. The Foundation monitors their attendance and progress at school and can confirm that they are committed, hard working learners, who want to make every effort to improve their quality of life.

By ensuring that learners are enabled to focus on the actual studies by assisting their families to deal with the financial burdens of schooling, The Foundation is hoping to help create an environment for future entrepreneurs, in turn leading to much needed job creation in South Africa.