Category: Blog

  • Delegates from a potential donor visit our Musina office

    Today, delegates from Seriti, on behalf of potential donor Anglo American, visited our Musina office to find out more about what we do and what our needs are. We are grateful for their interest and look forward to a potential working relationship going forward.

  • How Outreach Foundation Transformed my life

    Hello, my name is Omphemetse. When I first came to Outreach Foundation, I joined their After-School Care Programme with my siblings. As a slow learner, I found the programme incredibly helpful. The teachers dedicated their time to ensuring that I understood and grasped everything. One day, Mr Themba visited our after-school class looking for students…

  • An opportunity exists for a french-speaking community development worker

    The Outreach Foundation in Pretoria has an opportunity for a qualified and competent Community Development worker. To provide social support services within the service delivery areas through the promotion of social change, problem-solving in human relationships and empowerment through skills training of people to enhance social well-being. An initial 1-year contract. Minimum Requirements   Key Performance…

  • Outreach Foundation closes for the festive season

    Our Hillbrow, Pretoria, and Musina offices will be closed from the 15th of December, 2023, until the 9th of January, 2024. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all our donors, partners, students and clients for allowing us to do what we do. In addition, we’d like to thank all our staff for all…

  • Musina team celebrate Christmas

    Our Musina team had a much-needed break from their very busy office early this month when they were treated to a braai to celebrate the Christmas season. On behalf of our Musina team, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported the office and allowed us to make a difference in…

  • SCAM – IMPORTANT NOTICE

    It has come to our attention that a position posted on hashtagnonprofit.org is supposed to be from the Outreach Foundation. Kindly note that we have NOT advertised any positions on that platform, and we have NOT advertised for a community development worker. Therefore, we will not accept applications for the position following that advertisement. The…

  • Another English class in Pretoria completed for the year!

    We finished the last English lesson for the year this week in Pretoria, and what a great class it was! We look forward to seeing them again next year as they continue learning English. If you know anyone who needs basic English lessons, contact our offices so they can inform you (or them) when the…

  • Donor, terre des hommes’ Board of Director, together with DACHSER Chairman, visited our offices 

    One of our donors, terres des hommes, with the support of DACHSER, hassupported us since 2021. With their help, we can offer vocational training. Inaddition, we are able to assist some of those who have been on our courses withstarting small businesses. In addition, their assistance helps us providepsychosocial support, especially to girls and women…

  • Another successful migrant workshop took place in Nkomazi

    Outreach Foundation hosted yet another successful migrant workshop in Nkomazi in October 2023. Nkomazi Municipality is a local municipality within the Ehlanzeni District Municipality in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. The municipality is strategically placed between Swaziland (north of Swaziland) and Mozambique (east of Mozambique). It is also bounded by Kruger National Park (information…

  • Launch of partnership between Outreach Foundation and the Somali Association of South Africa

    The Outreach Foundation is very pleased to announce a partnership between itself and the Somali Association of South Africa (SASA). The organisation will supply social services, including counselling, documentation assistance and some legal services, as well as skills training like computer skills, sewing skills and basic English lessons to the people who come to the…