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Image: Partners for Possibility - 2018 WISE Awards

Partners for Possibility aims to improve the quality of education by capacitating the school principals of under-resourced schools to lead change within their schools and their communities, through connecting business and school leaders. In a country with many challenges more than 670,000 children are already benefiting from support given to adults in more than 850 schools.

This is happening because of you and others in the Partners for Possibility (PfP) community!
On Friday evening it was my privilege to receive the coveted WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education) Award in New York – on behalf of the PfP community.

It is the first time that the WISE Award is given to a South African organisation. We have reason to be very proud J.

I stood on the stage in the United Nations building (picture below) with much gratitude and appreciation for every person who has contributed to PfP over the last 8 years so the main purpose of this message is to say Thank You! None of this will have happened without the support of people in our community.

Please take a moment to acknowledge yourself as part of a WISE Award-winning community.


Image: The Impact of Corporate Investment- Vodacom at Community Women Action

This Video shows the impact of Corporate Investment in the Social Sector. By Investing in Organizations such as ours, we can begin to change our community and our world!!


Image: Afri-CAN Donor Video

Support Afri-CAN Children's Charity and our effort to support the growth of Early Childhood Development Centers and their ability to help the children of Sub-Sahran Africa be prepared for school.


Image: The Message - Vision Night Recap

We had so much fun at our annual Vision Night event on the 27th of Feb. We appreciate and value everyone that came, supported, and partnered with us!

For those of you that had pictures made in front of our banner before the event, please click here to find and download yours!


Image: Community Womens Action Group

Take some time to review some background information about our organisation



Vision: To Feed a nutritionally balanced meal to children & elderly in poor communities. HUNGRY CHILDREN CANNOT BE TAUGHT

Our aim is to involve individuals, corporates, small business and NGO’s that can fund these meals. R 500.00 / $45 = 100 meals R 5000.00 / $450 = 1000 meals 2017 GOAL: 50 000 MEALS PER MONTH IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA 2022 GOAL: 50 000 MEALS PER DAY IN SOUTH AFRICA


Wiith Mark Maingaard & Marais Greyling - 2nd Harvest : May 2017


Image: The Living Link - Creating Abilities from Disabilities

The Living Link is a non-profit organisation that caters for the intellectually disabled community regardless of race, gender and religious background. It aims to encourage, enhance and support the development of intellectually disabled adults, helping them attain a high quality of life. We support and assist with the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities into society and facilitate their transition from school to work to independent living.


Image: Rhino Tears

The Rhino Tears range of wines, from the Mt Vernon estate in Cape Town, donates R15 from every bottle sold to be used in the war against rhino poaching within South Africa’s national parks (SANParks). Since launch in 2014 they have already contributed R 1 000 000 to the cause.

Rhino Tears wine is available for purchase online at www.rhinotears.co.za.


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