Tag: outreach foundation

  • Skills training is provided through a partnership with The Fruit Basket

     We are proud to announce our partnership with The Fruit Basket to provide skills training in nails, makeup, computer and other courses to their community members. By joining forces with The Fruit Basket, we are empowering individuals with valuable skills that can open doors to new opportunities and self-confidence. We believe in the power of…

  • Mental Health Workshop

    The Outreach Foundation Community Development Workers were invited by the Ingelosi Foundation to facilitate a Mental Workshop at Ukhamba Mansions on March 16th. The workshop aimed to address critical issues related to mental health among young people aged 15 to 19. As per the recent survey that was conducted among their learners and the increasing…

  • Environmental Awareness at Outreach Foundation

    On Wednesday, March 20th, the Community Outreach Department conducted environmental awareness activities with youth in the area. The purpose of the environmental awareness community upliftment activity was to instil a sense of environmental stewardship, educate learners about sustainable agricultural practices, and foster a connection to nature. The objectives of the activity were: Environmental Education: Provide…

  • Wig-making and hairstyling skills for many lucky students in Hillbrow and Musina

    After learning how to do braiding and other styles, our students moved to wig-making and extensions. Here are photos from both our Hillbrow and Musina offices. We are incredibly proud of what they’re doing so far! Remember to contact us at info@outreachfoundation.co.za or 011 720 7011 for information about when the next courses will begin…

  • Cake baking, decorating and chocolate-making skills taught

    After we completed our first cake baking and decoration training for the year a week ago, some of our participants got an opportunity to learn the art of chocolate making. Thank you to all the partners and funders for making this sweet skills transfer possible. Brot für die Welt The Lutheran World Federation Terre des…

  • Outreach Foundation commemorated Human Rights Day/Month in a variety of ways

    Annually, South Africa declares the 21st of March a public holiday – Human Rights Day – to remind us of the sacrifices many made in the struggle for democracy. However, we are encouraged to observe human rights throughout March. The Outreach Foundation did many activities to honour the day and month. One such event was…

  • Skills training starts in Mpumalanga

    We are so excited that Outreach Foundation’s skills training programme has started in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Following rigorous assessments and workshops, 28 women from Mabarhule and nearby villages in Lilydale, Mpumalanga, are participating in training sessions for makeup artistry and nail installation. Who needs buildings when you have beautiful trees to sit…

  • Outreach Foundation in Namibia – another successful interaction on migration issues

    Important information regarding migration was discussed at the recent workshop held in Windhoek, Namibia, in March 2024. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCRN) partnered with Outreach Foundation to talk with various stakeholders who deal with migration issues. The conversations were extremely interesting, and the participants learnt a lot about the laws on migration in…

  • 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…