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Supported Initiatives

Awesome SA supports and works with individuals and
organisations that are making a difference.

Awesome SA encourage others to start initiatives that in time will change the communities in which they live. In addition to our Awesome SA Trust we have created an Awesome SA Foundation Account. Our foundation aims to promote initiatives that are making a sustainable difference in the lives of South Africans.

The funds raised through the Awesome SA Foundation Account will be used exclusively to support the organizations that are making a tangible difference to the future of South Africa. We believe the future of our country is dependent on creating sustainability among our people by developing skills, good education and establishing entrepreneurs.

If you would like to find out more please contact us.

Some of the projects Awesome SA is supporting at present are:

YOUPSA is a registered non-profit and public benefit organisation, an aid project for the socially disadvantaged and marginalized. We support youth to realise their own inner potential and bring it to life. This powerfully enhances their natural skills and talents and helps them to become mature and positively contributing members of their societies.

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The Mabhida Foundation Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. It is aimed at empowering Slangspruit, the greater community of Pietermaritzburg, Edendale and its surrounding areas.

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Our learning center and library aims to empower individuals through computer skills, literacy and other free learning resources- offering a sanctuary and a helping hand to the community of uMnini, KwaZulu Natal.

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Bakusasa Trust, a non-profit organisation under Awesome SA (NPO Registration Number: 059-801-NPO), was formed on 18th of July 2013. Bakusasa Trust is a “Grass Roots” initiative and “First Touch” program that introduces golf to disadvantaged children from deprived areas, with the purpose of using the sport of golf as a tool to provide children with the opportunity, information and knowledge to build character, learn core values, and become physically, emotionally and socially developed citizens of South Africa.

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LOTS (Life Orientation Through Sport) is a non-profit organisation with the ambition to create equal opportunity for the youth of KZN through participation in sport & physical activity. Lots encourages changes in how sport is delivered within schools and their local communities.

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If you want a good future or are taking action to build a better South Africa, then Together SA - Building Our Future has been developed for you. Thousands of us are building South Africa through our choices in reaching out to others. The Together SA website is for Change Makers. You are a Change Maker if you are an active citizen working with people on the ground to bring about positive change in your home, your community and the environment.

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Siphakeme “Quality Pre-school Education for All” 120-752 NPO 10/05/2013 Siphakeme, based in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, was established in January 2012. Our vision is to see all children in South Africa being optimally prepared to enter the formal school education system at Grade 1.

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Eden Kids Foundation was established by Pastor Joel to enhance the development of primary school children living in the Jika Joe/Masukwana Informal settlement in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal. Working in partnership with YFC, Eden Kids helped establish a doorgarden project with the kids, a choir, a gumboot group and guitar lessons.

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The aim of Siyaziphathela Village and Farm is to develop a community-driven, socially, ecologically and economically enlightened rural community living in good homes, on land to which they have full title, with access to sustainable supplies of energy, water, sanitation and waste management systems. The community, village and farm will offer opportunities for self-actualisation through education, economic and agricultural participation and other sustainable livelihood initiatives.

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This Trust was established by a passionate individual, Gcina Mhlophe, who is a well known personality in South Africa and abroad. The Trust aims to become the leader in the field of education and social upliftment. This will be primarily achieved through the use of the written word, in terms of distributing books to previously disadvantaged individuals and creating libraries in schools that have until now not been in a position to have a dedicated library.

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The idea behind the Future Farmers Foundation was initiated by Judy Stuart after the first agricultural student was sent abroad in 2007. The Future Farmers Foundation now provide a platform from which young people who are passionate about agriculture and farming in general can become successful commercial farm managers or farmers in their own right.

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