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Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town

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Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
Education Programmes for Kids &Teachers, Cape Town
A family in Manenberg receiving food
A family in Manenberg receiving food

Thank you so much to each person who has continued to support ORT SA CAPE in South Africa, through Children's Helpers Worldwide's page on GlobalGiving. Your help is making a difference during very challenging times. ORT SA CAPE focusses on education and on training teachers, as well as holding workshops for children. During the lockdown in South Africa, ORT SA CAPE adapted, so that it could bring its educational resources online, and support its beneficiaries (including pupils and interns) to continue learning. ORT SA CAPE also started a food programme in response to the increase in poverty caused by the lockdown.

Bev from ORT SA CAPE has shared photos from the programmes and has written the report below, giving the latest news on how your support has made a difference.

The interns mentioned in the report are part of the YES programme. This is a South African scheme aimed at helping unemployed young people. Organisations can take on interns for a year and give them training, and these are paid internships.

Report from ORT SA CAPE:

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ORT SA CAPE is an education nonprofit organisation focusing on training and supporting teachers in disadvantaged communities. During 2019, ORT SA CAPE trained over 1,700 teachers indirectly reaching approximately 51 000 pupils.

With the onset of the Covid-19 global pandemic and the subsequent national lockdown on the 27 March in South Africa, we have been unable to train face to face. We have rallied our resources to help our beneficiaries in other ways. We have adapted our approach and are incredibly excited to be able to blend onsite and online learning. Presently course materials are shared via WhatsApp which allows for learning to continue. We are in the process of developing an ORT online platform which will allow for better online and blended learning opportunities. Our first full on-line training offering, Perceptual Skills Development, will be rolled out from the end of August 2020.

Due to our continued work in communities and our regular contact with our interns, learnership students and beneficiaries during lockdown, their need for food parcels as well as the growing need within their communities has come to our attention. We are acutely aware of the deepening food crisis in these areas. Many live in child-headed or grandparent-headed homes, or have been working with children who live in such homes. Others are living in homes where there is now little or no income. Due to this, we began redirecting some of our funding, where possible, in order to help. We were also fortunate to receive donations specifically for food relief.

Although this is not our core activity, we decided to assist families in Manenberg, Khayelitsha and Du Noon, where we have an extensive network and many of our interns are based. Since the end of April, we have endeavoured to feed families in these communities on a bi-weekly basis. Most families have an average of six members per household but they often also help to feed extended family as well.

Manenberg:

Our food relief initiative started in Manenberg at the end of April, when we became aware of the urgent need there via one of our staff members who lives in the area. We are currently providing 4,200 meals a week in Manenberg. ORT SA CAPE|YES interns who are assigned to the schools in Manenberg are assisting us in the packing and distribution of these parcels.

One of the households helped in Manenberg has nine family members, living in a small two bedroomed house. Manenberg is a community that is dealing with gangsterism and drug abuse and this family has been affected by the latter. The food parcels they have been receiving go a long way in helping their family during this difficult time, especially as most of their family members have lost their income.

"Today was an exceptional day in my life, and in the lives of the people who assisted in this feeding scheme but most importantly in the lives of those we have supported with the food parcels. It is because of your generous contribution that it was a major success.’’ – Dawn, ORT SA CAPE's Manenberg Project Manager.

Khayelitsha:

Founder Educare in Khayelitsha has children from 50 families who attend their school. They provide the children with two meals a day. Since closure, these children have had to go without their daily meals from the Educare Centre. ORT SA CAPE has been assisting them in providing food parcels for these 50 families as well as educational resources for their learners to use at home.

Du Noon:

Our food relief distribution in Du Noon is also via day care and educare principals who continue to assist their learners and staff during the forced closure of their centres.

 

Some donations given through the GlobalGiving page before the lockdown started had been assigned to LEGO Playbox training. As we are unable to train face to face, we have postponed this training until schools re-open at the end of August. In the meantime, we have donated LEGO resources to families from schools that are still closed, along with an instruction booklet for parents on how to use the resources to educate and entertain children at home. In this way children’s learning can continue despite their schools being closed.

Other donations given through the GlobalGiving page [especially during the previous Little By Little campaign] has been allocated to our feeding scheme (information above). This initiative currently assists 140 family monthly by supplying food parcels to these families every 2 weeks. We estimate that we are providing at least 35,000 meals a month. We recently added families from Hangberg, a fishing community in Hout Bay, Cape Town to the feeding initiative. We are currently supporting 20 families from this community.

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Everyone at CHW is extremely grateful to each person who has made it possible to continue to support the communities served by ORT SA CAPE at this very challenging time.

Whilst lockdown restrictions have been eased somewhat since March in South Africa, there are still prohibitions (there are currently "level 2" restrictions in place). The impact of the lockdown on poverty levels has been high and there is a continuing need for assistance with food. GlobalGiving will be running a second Little By Little challenge in mid-September, and we will be looking to support the food programme specifically during that challenge. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like any further details.

Thank you so much for making a difference in the lives of children, young people and families from disadvantaged parts of Cape Town. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Food programme in Manenberg
Food programme in Manenberg
Food programme in Khayelitsha
Food programme in Khayelitsha
Food programme in Du Noon
Food programme in Du Noon
Lego donated for learning activities at home
Lego donated for learning activities at home
Food being prepared for distribution
Food being prepared for distribution
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A classroom at Vuyani Primary School
A classroom at Vuyani Primary School

Thank you so much for supporting ORT SA CAPE's programmes in South Africa, through CHW's GlobalGiving page. A special thanks to each person who helped during GlobalGiving's recent "Little by Little" fundraising challenge too.

ORT SA CAPE runs training sessions for teachers, as well as science and robotics workshops for children, who come from disadvantaged communities around Cape Town. ORT SA CAPE also has a programme for interns, focusing on Early Childhood Development.

Schools in South Africa have been closed since 18 March and the country went into a full lockdown later that month. ORT SA CAPE's offices have been closed since 18 March, but the team has continued to work remotely. Bev and Karen at ORT SA CAPE have been keeping us updated. ORT SA CAPE has regularly provided online training materials and resources to their interns and learners and has been keeping in contact and offering support. ORT SA CAPE has also been posting ideas on its Facebook page, for educational activities to do with children at home, during the lockdown.

Below is a report received from Bev, with some updates on activities from before the lockdown. Thanks to Bev and Karen for the photos too.

Any support now will be greatly appreciated, as ORT SA CAPE continues to work remotely and will also continue with its training sessions and workshops once the lockdown is over.

 

Report from ORT SA CAPE:

                                    

ORT SA CAPE is an education NGO focusing on training and supporting teachers in disadvantaged areas. Our vision is a future where all teachers receive quality training and all children have access to quality education. ORT SA CAPE prides itself on excellent, needs-based training and after-training support visits. Besides concentrating on delivering training in literacy, numeracy and perceptual skills we also offer technology skills development through Robotics and Coding.               

ORT SA CAPE trained 1,732 teachers in 2019 allowing us to impact 51,900 pupils on their education journey. This significant increase in teacher numbers is largely in part to our position as a respected education and training provider within the Western Cape, South Africa, as well as to the strong collaborative partnerships and relationships that ORT SA CAPE is proudly building.               

Through the support from Children’s Helpers Worldwide, we are able to offer training and support to a number of teachers from disadvantaged communities. This year we have embarked on a research project at a school in Gugulethu, Vuyani Primary. Gugulethu is an impoverished informal settlement on the outskirts of Cape Town.           

The funds received from CHW... in February, have been partly allocated to the Vuyani Project. We will also include LEGO training with these teachers as well as a Perceptual Skills Short Course. In addition to the Vuyani project, we have also allocated some of the funds to LEGO Playbox training for 40 teachers from the Dunoon ECD [Early Childhood Development] Forum. [This training was originally due to have taken place at the end of April, but the lockdown is ongoing for now.]       

The Vuyani project was borne out of concern that children learning in African languages in the Foundation Phase (Grades R [Reception] – 3) are required to change their LoLT (Language of Learning and Teaching) from their home language (in this case, Xhosa) to English in Grade 4. This means that from Grade 4 they learn everything in English. This includes subjects with complicated concepts like Mathematics and Sciences.

The pupils from these schools have less vocabulary and comprehension in English when they reach Grade 4, making it challenging for them to learn in English. An added challenge is that teachers in the Foundation Phase (Grade R-3) do not have the appropriate training and skills in how to teach these learners to be conversant in English by the end of Grade 3, so that they are able cope with subject content in Grade 4.           

Since January 2020, ORT has been working with the schools’ Grade 1, 2 and 3 teachers as well as the pupils (120) in these classrooms. We intend to support these teachers by training them on how to teach pupils English in a natural and playful manner in context e.g. teaching children through stories, play and dramatic play, music, pictures etc. We have also placed interns as teaching assistants in these classrooms to assist teachers with their workload and classroom management.

This project will run over a three-year period and will specifically follow the current Grade 1 cohort until the end of their Grade 3 year.               

With [some of the funding received from CHW's supporters in late 2019], we presented a LEGO training workshop to 35 ECD [Early Childhood Development] teachers on 15 February 2020. During the training workshops, teachers are given multiple opportunities to engage with new knowledge through application activities. Such repeated exposure to new content and methods promotes learning, as well as retention of what is learned. The training is offered as a hands-on workshop for participants to be equipped with practical ways to integrate the materials within their teaching curriculum.               

Perceptual, Cognitive, Physical and Motor skills development are all covered in the initial 3- hour training. ORT SA CAPE offers follow-up support to the participants and will visit schools and classrooms in order to assist practitioners and teachers to promote the use of the resource in the classrooms.   

Below is feedback received from two of the schools that have received training:

Wonderland Educare: "Thank you to ORT SA CAPE for an amazing morning of fun and learning, training teachers on Purposeful Play and LEGO Playbox. Thank you to the ORT team, Karen, Bev and Jade on an awesome training. Staff are highly motivated and can’t wait to show the children."’– Bev, Principal.               

Sunningdale Preschool: "ORT SA CAPE's training on Saturday was a fantastic day for all our staff. So excited and fired up to implement. Can’t wait to see the excitement of the children. Truly inspired training with so many new ideas." - Vanessa Robson, Principal.

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Well done to everyone at ORT SA CAPE for all that you are doing to support others during the lockdown. 

A massive thank you to each person who helps ORT SA CAPE, through CHW. You are truly making a difference.

A February workshop for the Dunoon ECD Forum
A February workshop for the Dunoon ECD Forum
Wonderland Educare teachers and the LEGO Playbox
Wonderland Educare teachers and the LEGO Playbox
Wonderland Educare teachers -a fine motor activity
Wonderland Educare teachers -a fine motor activity
Wonderland Educare teacher at a previous training
Wonderland Educare teacher at a previous training
A February workshop for the Dunoon ECD Forum
A February workshop for the Dunoon ECD Forum

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Zoe and a friend doing an activity with LEGO
Zoe and a friend doing an activity with LEGO

We hope you have had a great start to 2020! Thank you so much to each person who supported ORT SA CAPE's programmes, through CHW, during 2019. This has made such a difference to children, teenagers and teachers from communities around Cape Town. In late 2019, ORT SA CAPE held a workshop for the children from Rooikappie Pre-School Centre. This is another of our partner organisations and we are so glad to have made the link between Rooikappie and ORT SA CAPE. CHW’s supporters' contributions helped to make the recent workshop possible. Thank you very much to each person who was a part of this.

 

Below is a report from Bev and Karen with details about this workshop:

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ORT SA CAPE is an education NGO focusing on training and supporting teachers in disadvantaged areas. Our vision is a future where all teachers receive quality training and all children have access to quality education. ORT SA CAPE prides itself on excellent, needs-based training and after-training support visits. Besides concentrating on delivering training in literacy, numeracy and perceptual skills we also offer technology skills development through Robotics and Coding.

 

ORT SA CAPE has trained over 1,700 teachers in 2019, allowing us to impact over 51,000 learners on their education journey.

 

Through Children’s Helpers Worldwide, we have a relationship with Rooikappie Creche in Ottery. Rooikappie is a shining light in a struggling community. The school is built on a foundation of care and love for the community's most vulnerable children. ORT SA CAPE is privileged to be able to host the teachers and learners from this school at our facility at the Cape Town Science Centre.

 

On 19 November 2019, 25 children and 3 teachers were hosted by ORT SA CAPE for a fun-filled day of play and learning.

 

The workshop started off with some fun, interactive activities. These included "purposeful play" using LEGO Playbox and train sets as well as an introduction to coding using "directional mice". These encourage pre-coding skills and the learners were tasked with programming their mice to draw different shapes.

 

The learners from Rooikappie also had a session using LEGO Six Bricks. These activities are designed to cover all foundation learning areas and are based on learning through play. The activities encourage critical thinking and problem-solving skills in a fun, interactive way.

 

Following the workshop with ORT SA CAPE facilitators, the learners visited the Cape Town Science Centre. They explored the different exhibits and watched a science show. They ended the day with a delicious lunch.

 

Zoe is 5 years old and attends Rooikappie from 6am until 5:30 every day. She is in foster care and her foster family receives a grant from the government to pay a small amount towards Zoe's care and schooling. Zoe is one of five children who have all been taken in by the same family. This foster care family has a special relationship with Rooikappie and, together, they are trying to give Zoe the best start in life that they can. Zoe is a bright and sweet child who loved her visit to ORT SA CAPE.

 

Zoe’s teacher is a volunteer at the preschool. Her child attends the school, but she cannot afford the school fees. She volunteers at the school so that her child may stay at the school. She is passionate about children and improving the lives of the children in her care. She enjoys giving back to the community that helps her to care for her child! Going to the Cape Town Science Centre was the highlight of their year!

 

Each child and their teachers had a wonderful time engaging in LEGO and exploring the Science Centre. Thank you to the funders who made their dream come true today!

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Faranaaz, the Principal of Rooikappie, wrote:

"A very big thank you to CHW. Rooikappie Pre-School Centre had the opportunity to visit the ORT SA CAPE for a workshop, as well as a visit to the Science Centre. Thank you for the good work that you do for the underprivileged children of South Africa. We love and appreciate it.

 

 

All of us at CHW are very grateful to each of you, for helping to make this learning experience happen for the children!

 

 

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With thanks to Bev and Karen for the photos and thank you to Anne, the founder of the organisation, The Future Factory, for linking CHW with Rooikappie!

 

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Activities with LEGO Playbox and train sets
Activities with LEGO Playbox and train sets
Sisonke, a facilitator, working with the children
Sisonke, a facilitator, working with the children
LEGO Six Bricks activity
LEGO Six Bricks activity
Activity with the "directional mice"
Activity with the "directional mice"
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Thank you for your support for ORT SA CAPE's programmes in Cape Town, South Africa. ORT SA CAPE runs science and robotics programmes for children, as well as training sessions for teachers who are working in underprivileged communities.

 

Your support, through our page on GlobalGiving, helped towards three recent teacher training sessions at GROW Education, Windmeul Primary School and Hangberg, Pinocchio Educare. In total, 77 educators attended these sessions.

 

Bev and Karen from ORT SA CAPE gave an update about the training sessions:

 

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The Training Sessions

One of ORT SA CAPE's core projects is training teachers to use the LEGO resources, 6 Bricks and Playbox. During the training workshops, teachers are given multiple opportunities to engage with new knowledge through application activities. Such repeated exposure to new content and methods promotes learning, as well as retention of what is learned. The training is offered as a hands-on workshop to ensure that participants are equipped with practical ways to integrate the materials within their teaching curriculum. Perceptual, cognitive, physical and motor skills development are all covered in the initial 3- hour training session. ORT SA CAPE offers follow-up support to the participants and will visit schools and classrooms in order to assist practitioners and teachers to promote the use of the resources in the classrooms.

ORT SA CAPE has been offering the LEGO 6 Bricks and Playbox training to teachers from disadvantaged communities since 2016. In 2018, ORT SA CAPE reached over 1,200 teachers and 38,000 pupils. By September 2019, ORT SA CAPE had already trained 1,300 teachers with a projected total for 2019 of at least 1,400 teachers trained, indirectly reaching approximately 45,000 pupils.

Teachers' Feedback

Natasha is the Principal of a community early childhood development centre in Mitchells Plain. The area has been plagued by gang violence and crime and the children are exposed to this on a daily basis. Natasha was very excited to implement what she had learnt as she thought that the LEGO was a great way to get children to talk about the things that are bothering them by encouraging them to build "their news’’ and then verbalise what they had built. She said, "The workshop was fruitful, I learned a lot and I am excited to implement [these strategies] in my class".

Another teacher, Nomampondo from a school in Phillipi Village commented, "This is a great eye opener and I cannot wait to start working with my LEGO kit. The LEGO blocks will be used for all learning areas – Home Language, Maths and Life Skills". She is a Grade R [Reception] teacher with 30 children in her classroom. She struggles with classroom management as well as language development in her classroom and is excited to use the tools learned to assist her with this.

Kay from Windmeul Primary, who teaches Grade R in a multi-lingual school, felt that the training enhanced her ability to work with children from different language backgrounds. She stated that the training also enables her to include the use of language activities in all content areas and that the LEGO resources would excite learners to talk to each other. She is grateful for the opportunity and for receiving such a valuable resource that will benefit all her learners. She said, "The training was very helpful, and the resource will allow thinking and creativity and extend learners' vocabulary’’.

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Bev and Karen shared the photos that are included with this report.

 

ORT SA CAPE also took part in CHW's "making an impact" campaign, and you can see photos of some of the teachers holding up our "impact" sign. Teachers have a very important impact on children's futures, and it is wonderful that you have helped with the training of teachers by supporting ORT SA CAPE's programmes. Your kindness is giving many children in Cape Town the chance to have a better quality education and a brighter future.

Natasha (front left) at a workshop
Natasha (front left) at a workshop
Nomampondo (in the red cardigan) at a workshop
Nomampondo (in the red cardigan) at a workshop
Kay (in the striped sweatshirt) at a workshop
Kay (in the striped sweatshirt) at a workshop
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Learning about using LEGO Six Bricks activies
Learning about using LEGO Six Bricks activies

Thank you very much for your support for ORT SA CAPE's science and educational programmes, for both children and teachers from disadvantaged communities in Cape Town. Your help is enabling children to receive a better standard of education.

In this report, we are excited to share with you an update from Karen at ORT SA CAPE and also some information about a special campaign for Mandela Day, which falls on 18 July.

A contribution given through CHW funded a two-day workshop, run by ORT SA CAPE, at the end of May. The workshop was on Developing Children's Perceptual Skills and LEGO Play Box and Six Bricks Activities. LEGO Play Boxes contain a variety of elements that are valuable as teaching and learning tools and which can be used to promote skills development and learning through play. LEGO Six Bricks activities also help children to develop and practice a range of skills. The workshop was held in the township of Khayelitsha.

The following update on the workshop is based on a report from Karen at ORT SA CAPE:

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"The two-day workshop was held at Molo Mhlaba, Harare, Khayelitsha. On the 29th May 2019, thirteen practitioners attended, from seven Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres, namely, Molo Mhlaba, Tiny Tots, Little Stars, Masizame, Mihlali, Monwabisi and Thozama. The practitioners were very enthusiastic and full of energy. They were constantly reminded of the skills that the children can develop when using the different Six Bricks activities in their daily routine. They were particularly amazed that from just one activity many developmental areas can be focused upon. A simple example is that they were very astonished to notice that from simply throwing and catching a LEGO element:

  • The children are taught discipline because they are told when to throw and how many times to throw and catch;
  •  Children are taught to have confidence because no one is labelled as right or wrong even when they have not mastered the skill;
  • Children’s bodies are developing physically (with regards to their gross and fine motor skills);
  • Concentration and development of hand and eye coordination are developed;
  • Counting is encouraged and reinforced.

The practitioners were delighted to notice that there will be automatic integration of all learning areas when the children use Six Bricks to learn through play.

On the second day, a Play Box workshop took place. The practitioners arrived at training with even more enthusiasm, given their experience from the previous day. They were again very pleased to find out that just like Six Bricks, different skills were learnt with the many different elements of the Play Box. They were excited with the different activities and, when working in different groups, the groups were actually competing with each other.

It was an absolute pleasure working with this group of practitioners and we look forward to visiting the schools to support their implementation.

What did the practitioners think of the training?

Nolubabalo, from Molo Mhlaba, is a 4-5 age group practitioner. She said that she found the Six Bricks workshop helpful because in the past, she would just give the LEGO elements to her learners to have free play. After the workshop, she will now plan activities to be done in this time. She said that they will easily learn the Six Bricks colours, and shapes that can be found within a brick. She said that now that she has been trained the free play will no longer be just free play but will be planned, where learning will be guaranteed. She also said that because there is a lot of talking going on during the time spent playing with LEGO, that children’s speech and listening skills are developed as well. She said that it will now be easier for her to identify the skills that are lacking in children.

Nandipha, from Molo Mhlaba, teaches Grade R [Reception]. She said that she finds that Six Brick has a dual purpose. She as a teacher benefits while learners benefit too, because she teaches through play and learners learn through play and therefore everyone is happy. She said that Six Bricks will beneficial even for children who are introverts because they will certainly be attracted to the colours of the Six Bricks and their speech will be developed while they are developing cognitively at the same time.

Nokuthemba, from Tiny Tots, teaches 2 to 3 year olds. She said that she did not imagine that so many activities can be done with just Six Bricks. Her imagination only took her to just building with them. She felt that she can even go and train her colleagues, who were not at the workshop, so that their learners can also benefit.

Primrose, from Mihlali Autism Centre said that she was particularly excited about the training. In her class, there are 12 learners who are autistic. She said she always felt like she was not included in trainings, since she deals with children with special needs. Trainers would always say that training would not be beneficial to her field of work. She said that she was aware that some of her learners were going to struggle with some activities, but she feels confident that she will be able to adjust the activities, according to the abilities of the individual children with special needs. She said that she was confident that she will be able to teach her colleagues and will do so. She says in the past she had no idea of where to start teaching with LEGO in her environment but has now learned that with just six bricks, she can do a lot."

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GlobalGiving will be holding a special campaign on 18 July, which is Mandela Day. The campaign starts at 2 pm UK time (or 3pm in South Africa). This campaign is different from most of the other ones we have taken part in. Whilst matching funds last, donations will be partially matched, but it will be donations of over $100 (around £80) that will attract matching funds. If you would like to take part, so that you have the chance to get your donation partially matched, it is best to contribute as soon as the campaign begins, as matching funds can run out very quickly. More information is on the link and PDF below. If you want to give a smaller contribution, this would be very welcome too, as each and every donation will help to support ORT SA CAPE's educational programmes. Mandela Day is about changing the world for the better and your support for this project is making such a difference for the children and teachers who benefit.

Thank you for your kindness and generosity. Education is so important and your help is bringing about such a positive change for children from very disadvantaged backgrounds.

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