Friday, 22 April 2016 08:36

Privileged to meet Jay Naidoo at SA Ubuntu Foundation Breakfast

Written by Melanie van Wyk

Melanie and Gallo networking this morning at the SA Ubuntu Foundation breakfast. Great speaker - take home message: "We need to connect our heart to our intellect to bring change in this country"

kevin chapman

With Kevin Chaplin from Amy Biehl Foundation and SA Ubuntu Foundation

Watch this space for exciting news on our future colaboration with Amy Biehl Foundation in sharing of hospitality skills

The Amy Biehl Foundation is a non-profit organisation that offers programmes to develop and empower youth (5 – 18 years of age) living in the challenged and vulnerable communities within the Western Cape. There are huge inadequacies in the schools in which we work, creating a great need for our programmes. The programmes place a focus on the creative side of the child’s brain, and supplement the shortcomings of the educational system in the townships of South Africa. In 2014, 43.9% of students completed secondary education, the Foundation aims to make learning enjoyable and encourage youngsters to want to learn (Stats SA, August 2014).




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