A program exists for students in our local communities to attend the Nelson Mandela University,
In Port Elizabeth. At present we have eight students in the program. In 2019 Bongani Matika graduated as an architect and has been followed by Yolanda Maseti in 2020 as a mechanical engineer. Our Foundation has assisted them in entering into the work place. Our students are provided with housing and mentorship.
High School Students::
This project provides students from economically challenged homes with scholarships to attend Cradock High School. These students are also housed at the Amy Bell Hostel during the school calendar where they are provided the opportunity to study in a controlled environment without the need to stress about food, clothing or transport.
In addition, we have built classrooms at two schools allowing these schools to add an additional 300 plus scholars. Ten more schools and the local old age home are assisted financially each year.
Our group believes in developing young leaders from disadvantaged communities for careers in all walks of life. We seek to deliver skills development and education interventions to equip vulnerable youth to be economically active and environmentally responsible citizens. Through the Vulnerable Youth programme and related projects, they are developing physical and psychological wellness, which creates and develops a deeper awareness and understanding of the cultural dynamics. The vision of success is that the children in Cradock, South Africa, are valued, protected and empowered to realise their dreams.