StreetSmart SA, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the social integration and upliftment of street children, has launched in Oudtshoorn and is rallying restaurants and hospitality establishments to become involved in helping to rebuild the lives of the town’s children at risk.

“We are thrilled to launch StreetSmart Oudtshoorn, expanding StreetSmart’s reach to assist greater numbers of street children and children at risk. Every cent raised in this town goes to support local programmes for our most vulnerable children. Well done and I wish you great success in growing the impact of StreetSmart in Oudtshoorn.” says Melanie Burke, Chairman of StreetSmart SA.

The St Francis Drop-In Centre, providing daily services to street children, has received R25,000 raised through local StreetSmart partners to boost local community upliftment. The StreetSmart funds were handed over at an event held at Karusa Wine Estate.

l.t.r. Desmond George and Chantelle vd Merwe St Francis Drop In FAMSA with Melanie Burke Chairman StreetSmart SA WP

Home from Home and Stellumthombo, two Stellenbosch based NGOs running programmes for vulnerable children, have collectively received R100,000 raised by local StreetSmart partners to boost community upliftment in the area.

The StreetSmart funds were handed over at an event held at Roosenwijn Guest House.

The Swellendam Bursary Fund, supporting local youths to further their studies, has received R20,000 from StreetSmart Swellendam to boost local community upliftment. The StreetSmart funds were handed over at an event held at De Kloof Luxury Estate.

l.t.r. Marjolein v Mourik Harry Zass Maarten vd Ven Melanie Burke Chairman StreetSmart SA Basil May and Francois du Rand with Thabo and Alderay in front WP
l.t.r. Marjolein v Mourik, Harry Zass, Maarten vd Ven, Melanie Burke (Chairman, StreetSmart SA) Basil May and Francois du Rand with Thabo and Alderay in front.

StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from partner establishments in the Western Cape, Garden Route, Gauteng and KZN, has handed over R540 000 to their Cape Town beneficiaries for 2018. This is part of an allocation of over R1 million raised nationally for the fourth consecutive year by StreetSmart SA with the balance to be distributed in the other regions this month.  

ACVV Bright Lights, a Somerset West NGO running programmes for vulnerable children, has received R60,000 from StreetSmart Helderberg to boost community upliftment in the area. The StreetSmart funds were handed over at an event held at Waterkloof Restaurant.

Janet Pillai StreetSmart and Andre Putter ACVV Bright Lights WP

Janet Pillai (StreetSmart) and Andre Putter (ACVV Bright Lights)

StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from partner establishments in Gauteng, the Western Cape, Garden Route and KZN, has handed over R15 000 to their Pretoria beneficiary, PEN Projects, for 2018. This is part of an allocation of over R1 million raised nationally for the fourth consecutive year by StreetSmart SA with the balance to be distributed in the other regions this month.  

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021 447 3227 | info@streetsmartsa.org.za

StreetSmart South Africa

P.O. Box 49
Green Point
8051, Cape Town

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