We are on a mission to make the world a kinder place. Our goal is to support, uplift and empower our local communities and our environment.
Towers of Hope offers help to those living on the streets and teaches different skills to people of all ages with which they can earn a living. They also offer a safe place to sleep and meals for the homeless, among many other things.
Our mission is to encourage our students to volunteer in the soup kitchen, gather warm blankets, clothes and any other necessities Tower of hope needs.
Sentinel Ocean Alliance creates ocean based opportunities for the youth of Hout Bay. They aim to teach basic ocean and environmental skills to previously disadvantaged youth from the Hangberg and Imizamo Yethu communities. Using Lifesaving, surfing, the Waves for change programme, as well as their Parley Ocean School, they hope to give the kids in these communities opportunities to better their lives and the lives of their families.
Living in Cape Town, most of our students love the beach. The aim is to get them involved to volunteer and participate in beach/environmental clean-ups, host sandwich drives and other food initiatives, create better spaces for the youth to learn and live in and volunteer for lifesaving, surfing and swimming lessons.
Izizwe Volunteer Projects is a registered non-profit which aims to uplift the community of Walmer Township. The organisation has partnerships with community groups, including Walmer High School, Walmer Primary School and local creches as well as implementing programmes for the local youth to partake in.
The organisation focuses on project that uplift the skills of the community. The programmes Izizwe offer are:
Holiday programme, interview training, Sport Programme, Swimming Program, Toothbrush Program, Adult literacy and Basic English Tuition.
The organisation needs a lot of volunteers to assist with their projects. Our students are studying in fields that can improve the activities of each project. Such as, education, social work, human movement sciences and psychology. However, our goal is to get all our students involved.Izizwe also needs financial support, which is where we would create fundraising events.
Wollies animal shelter is a pro-life Non-Profit Organization. Their motto has always been to educate and help prevent unwanted litters. In doing so they are saving thousands of lives’ and helping to prevent neglect, abuse and abandonment of animals. The project is on-going and every week dedicated volunteers transport animals to our vet to be sterilised.
The second pillar of our dream materialised. The Wollies Animal shelter was established. Spacious kennels were built in May 2014. The aim of the Wollies Animal shelter is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, unwanted and neglected animals. Currently we care and house 160 dogs and 80 cats all awaiting loving, caring forever homes!
We want to get our students involved by donating food, blankets, bowls and toys. Maintenance is always a big factor at an animal shelter – our kindness factory team assists whenever help is needed. Last but not least, going on walks and playing with our furry friends is always a win-win situation.
Ekhaya La Bantwana is an orphanage that was started by a mother and daughter who has made it home to over 10 kids. All children currently living with them were abandoned, neglected, mistreated, and abused by their families.The dynamic duo gives them a safe space and are personally taking care of each of them.
We have chosen this project after working with them in 2020 and realizing they need as much help as possible. We encourage students to come with us on monthly outreach programs where we play with the kids, do maintenance around the house and have fun events for them. In addition to that we have monthly donation drives which we deliver to them directly
The foundation was established with the mission to offer a helping hand to the most vulnerable members of the community.
We decided to collaborate with the Clay Foundation as they do amazing things for the Stellenbosch community. We encourage our students to participate in their monthly outreach programs where they provide food, shelter and basic goods to the local community.
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