Outreach Foundation’s March for Albinism
Computer Centre
Hillbrowfication
Outreach Foundation’s Library
Youth Centre Library ICT Centre
Violin playing
Marimba band
Boitumelo embroidery
Children learning how to plant
Boitumelo plastic recycling
Hillbrowfication
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Silence is Talkative
Outreach Foundation’s Counselling Centre

Through our programmes, Outreach Foundation would like to see the following impacts:

Increased employability for our beneficiaries;
Stable family structures;
A safer neighbourhood; and
Individuals with increased self-worth and better opportunities.

Make use of our incredible embroidery service!

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The Outreach Foundation is now able to professionally embroider on T-shirts, caps, aprons and jackets. Promoting your company has never been so easy!

We are in the news!

News24: Dancing to a new tune at the Outreach Foundation music school

A great article and video on our music centre.

Migrant information day

3 November 2018

We had a successful and busy day as we assisted, with our partners, to give the participating migrants information that could help them going forward.

Outreach Foundation Newsletter

Read our first edition

We have started a monthly newsletter that will highlight the amazing things our projects get up to and the events we host.

The four pillars of the Outreach Foundation:

Personal development support:
Providing relevant and well-run programmes and projects in alignment with funders and society’s needs, with a measurable social impact.
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Safe on-site environment:
Creating a space for the community that is safe, reflective and inspiring, and promotes a culture of non-discrimination and free expression.
Advocacy and awareness:
Supporting and endorsing organisations, concepts and people who create awareness of, and advocate against, social injustices.
Sustainability:
Promoting a fundraising strategy, and upskilling and inspiring our facilitators and staff, towards sustainability of the organisation.

I had my first encounter with Hillbrow Theatre in 2011 when I was 15. Sis Gcebile picked me to play the main character in ‘Pink Panther’. That was it, my first performance ever and people loved me and I was like, ok, I can actually do this. It boosted my self-esteem. Not only does art teach you how to perform, it also teaches you how to communicate outside. For me, the Outreach Foundation Hillbrow Theatre is like a family that I never had before. If it wasn’t for Hillbrow Theatre I don’t know what I’d be.

Aljoy Chikowa

My name is Itumeleng, I am 14 years old. I like coming to Outreach Foundation's Boitumelo, they comfort me and they make me feel welcome and they give me love and joy, every time I’m here, I feel happy. Boitumelo, for me, it is helping me to face my fears and to say, ‘Yes I’m proud of me, I’m proud of what I can do.

Itumeleng

I am an ‘old school’ type. During my school years, the most commonly used item for arithmetic was a bunch of sticks used for calculations. We have come a long way and the computer presents a challenge sometimes in telling it what to do. I am grateful to the young men at the Computer Centre who are always welcoming and at hand to assist with which button to press or where to click on the mouse. Through this, I have managed to get a publishing deal for my first book called 'A Tale of the Builder'.

Jonathon Hatendi

I was 14 or 15 years old when I came to the Outreach Foundation Music Centre. I was passing by, walking down the road, and I heard the orchestra playing and it just blew my mind. I was like, ‘Wow, this is what I want to do.’ I just really loved it. I’m a really quiet person and music got me to talk and gave me a chance to come and join this family. It’s made me feel like this is my home.

Khano Ramachimra

This is an amazing and wonderful place that enlightened me with computer skills. I now know more about computers. Keep up the good work of serving the community of Hillbrow. You guys are so cool.

Sibonelo Sibembe

Wow! I don't have words to describe the Outreach Foundation, except to say they are a gift from God!

Innocentia Mkonza

You affect so many people by the meaningful work you are doing, so when we wish you luck we are actually wishing many people an improved life. Thank you for working hard and making a difference, and best wishes to you and all those lives you touch.

Mandla Shongwe

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