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Hands Up for Education: Back to School for a Day on Mandela Day

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Join Adopt-a-School Foundation and go Back to School for a Day on Mandela Day to make a difference in a school. This is an opportunity to engage in a truly meaningful Mandela Day by sharing your time and resources in supporting a disadvantaged school.

How to sign up?

Step 1:  Visit www.adoptaschool.org.za/get-involved/backtoschoolforaday/ and click on Get Started.

Step 2:  If you don’t have a school in mind, use our map to search for a school on our database in your area. Fill in the contact form online and submit your details or email us, and we will facilitate the process for you.

Step 4:  SAVE THE DATE: 9 June, 10 am – JHB briefing breakfast, Nelson Mandela Foundation, 107 Central Street, Houghton.

Step 5:  Like us on Facebook and share your stories and pictures here. Use the hashtag #backtoschoolaas and the handle @adoptaschoolsa to share your Back to School for a Day activities

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