Your donation of any amount, works towards helping street children and children at risk, re-integrate into society; your donation gives hope through family reunification, education and skills training.
Organisations/Projects Selected for 2015
1) Approved Organisations/Projects are invited to apply for funding.
2) Disbursement of StreetSmart funding happens annually.
3) Funded Organisations/Projects are required to give a detailed report on expenditure.
IN Cape Town StreetSmart funds will go towards:
Cape Town Multi Service Centre: R100,000.00 towards two aftercare teachers’ salaries, family reconstruction
worker salary, transport costs and fares for home visits, and workshops for parents.
Home from Home: Oceanview & Vrygrond: R100,000 towards a social worker partial salary, transport and communication costs and family reunification services.
Learn to Live: R100,000.00 towards panelbeating workshop skills training: a panelbeating instructor salary.
Materials & tools for the workshop and fares for the youth to attend.
Ons Plek: R100,000.00 towards a social worker salary.
T.L.C. R80,000.00 towards new auxiliary social worker and training facilitator positions.
IN Franschhoek StreetSmart funds will go towards:
The Kusasa Project: R147,700 towards a Social Worker salary, Auxiliary Social worker Study fees and Salary.
IN Stellenbosch StreetSmart funds will go towards:
Home from Home: Kayamandi & Cloetesville: R120,000.00 towards a social worker partial salary,
transport and communication costs and family reunification services.
IN Swellendam StreetSmart funds will go towards:
The Bursary Fund: R45,000.00 towards further education of 12 scholars/students.
IN Johannesburg StreetSmart funds will go towards:
Kids Haven: R85,000 towards the salary of a new childcare worker position, PACE workbooks and
transport costs for educational outings.
IN Pretoria StreetSmart funds will go towards:
PEN Streetwise Project: R100,000 towards a social worker salary, apprenticeship training courses and school fees.
IN Plettenberg Bay StreetSmart funds will go towards:
Masizame Projects: R25,000 towards a new family reconstruction social auxiliary worker position.
Feedback on how these funds were administered will be given by each organisation in
Report format by 31 August 2015.