On 10 May, Adopt-a-School Foundation hosted its Health, Sanitation and Sexual Awareness programme at Boitekong Secondary School near Rustenburg. The programme is part of Social Welfare projects implemented to improve the health and wellness of learners. The programme creates a link between social welfare and learning as well as awareness of body changes that occur during the stages of puberty and adolescence. The programme was introduced to over 2000 learners and will run until November 2019. Community key stakeholders attended the event and actor “Dragon” Julius Kgole of television soapie Skeem Saam was the guest speaker.
Chief Executive Officer Message
Welcome to our first newsletter for the year. We are proud and excited to share with you all the activities from the last few months to date, encompassing our 20-year milestone celebrations and our matric results. It has been a busy time for the Foundation. We closed our 20-year celebrations at the beginning of this year, handing over school shoes to hundreds of learners. We have had multiple infrastructure handovers and have been delivering spectacles, hearing aids and ICT equipment to schools. Further, we were thrilled to host the Thari Biennial Conference for the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation and two fundraising initiatives, the Back to School Party and a fundraising dinner in London.