They also seek out credible partners who have good reputation in the area and they contribute their own resources to the initiative.
“We plan to work closely with this partners to monitor and evaluate the progress of the project according to pre-defined objectives and Goals. We work with children; youth and elderly people. #Back to school drive #Sanitary Towels campaign #Youth development and employment programs #Sports Development #Skills Development We have partnered with SAB foundation to redevelop our skills and development programs”
The foundation which was founded by CEO Alfred Mathebula helps many people in the community with food parcels as well as sanitary towels for young girls, amongst others.
According to Mathebula, the organization has the potential to reach and assist a greater number of people in the community, however lack of funding remains a stamping block between them and assisting people.
“One of the biggest challenges we are facing is the issue of funding. We have a number of programmes we are running. We were handing out sanitary pads to young girls recently. We were also cleaning the community of Tsunami as part of our Mandela day contribution. We are involved in sports and many other fields, so if we can get that financial injection we would be able to do more,” said Mathebula.
“One of the biggest challenges we are facing is the issue of funding
One of the foundation’s most recent initiative was the handing over of food parcels by Mowana Properties, a company which manages the Ga-Rankuwa City Shopping Center.
According to the centre’s Manager, Iris Senne, organizations such as Faith and Hope Foundation helped a lot in terms of the logistics and administration of lists of people who were eligible for the food parcels.