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Plumbing course gets practical

Our plumbing training participants have been learning how to install a hot water geyser at a site in Primrose. There is nothing like practical experience.
Thank you to all our funders and Jeppe College for making a possibility!
The Lutheran World Federation
Brot für die Welt

New offices in Pretoria!

Outreach Foundation’s Pretoria branch has moved; we now have our own premises in the Kutlwanong Democracy Centre, joining multiple like-minded organisations such as CSVR Trauma Clinic; Lawyers for Human Rights; and UNHCR, who like us, are doing essential community work.

We are excited and loving our new space and can’t wait to have more people visit us at the Kutlwanong Democracy Centre situated at 357 Visagie Street, Pretoria.
Outreach Foundation opened our Pretoria office in 2019. Until now, we have been operating from St Peter’s Lutheran Church, where we offered counselling services, basic English lessons and sewing and beautician (Make-up & Nails) courses to the residents of Pretoria.

Now, with our new space, which includes a training and computer room and a large hall and counselling offices, we can continue to offer our great programmes and can now even include a new programme – our Basic Computer course.

A huge thank you to ELM for making this move possible and to t. Peters for an amazing partnership thus far!


Warm items donated to Outreach Foundation

As part of its Capitec Crocheton in collaboration with 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day in South Africa, Capitec Bank generously donated blankets, scarves and beanies to the Outreach Foundation.
Outreach Foundation’s Social Services Department made sure that the warm goods were given to those that really needed it.
Thank you to RedPencil for your generous contribution to this initiative.
Also, a big thank you to Capitec for the generous donation towards our Learner Support Programme.

Recent Media Coverage:

Nominated for a BASA Award

Outreach Foundation nominated for a BASA Award
Thank you to Business and Arts South Africa for acknowledging the Outreach Foundation’s five-year intergenerational programme in Hillbrow supported by Rand Merchant Bank.
We have received nominations in two categories, Community Development and Long Term Partnership Awards. To receive this acknowledgement in what was a year of uncertainty and loss is truly wonderful.
In 2020 this project was funded by the International Relief Fund of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut and other partners.
Thank you, Goethe-Institut South Africa, for all your support.
Our appreciation also goes to the Auswärtiges Amt, S. Fischer Stiftung, and the Robert Bosch Stiftung for recognising and acknowledging our work in the inner-city of Johannesburg.
Thank you to Rand Merchant Bank, Bread for the World, and the Lutheran World Federation for generously supporting this programme over the last five years.
Rand Merchant Bank
Brot für die Welt
The Lutheran World Federation
Goethe-Institut Johannesburg

Quality construction skills training provides hope for inner city’s unemployed

This is a great article on the plumbing course held at Outreach Foundation and taught by #TjekaTrainingMatters in Creamer Media’s Engineering News.

Click on this link to view it.

Article on Outreach Foundation's plumbing course in Engineering News


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