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Support our Technical Skills Programme for Mandela Day!

Support our Technical Skills Programme for Mandela Day!

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The Amy Foundation offers youth skills development (YSD) programmes for youth aged 18 to 35 with matric and focuses on those that are not in employment, education, or training (NEET).

We provide free three-month programmes that teach vocational skills in hospitality, beauty, sewing and design, or technical skills, as well as soft skills such as leadership, self-esteem, and entrepreneurship.

Our technical skills programme is in dire need of equipment and tools in order to run and teach young learners the skills needed for a career in construction, electronics, plumbing, or mechanics. For this Mandela Day, we want to support our learners by raising R30 000 in order to buy the equipment we need.

Donate to our campaign and help us change lives by educating our youth. Thank you.


  • Apr 24, 2021 - USD $ 35.00
  • "With God All Things Are Possible" - Anonymous

  • Apr 23, 2021 - R 500.00
  • "

    Young people are the present and the future of SA, we should do all we can to 'invest' in them

    " - Maylene

  • Apr 02, 2021 - R 200.00
  • "I cant change the world, but can try make a small contribution to assist in changing one person's world. " - Chloe

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Donations to date

R 1 172.51

Fundraising target

R 30 000.00

The Amy Foundation

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The Amy Foundation is a non-profit organization daily educating, developing, and empowering 5-35-year-old youths living in the challenged and vulnerable communities within the Western Cape

Giving children hope and a brighter future, whilst helping to reduce HIV Aids, drug abuse, gangs, violence, and poverty. Students are offered healthy alternatives to all the negative influences while working to create emotionally well-rounded future leaders, entrepreneurs, and well-rounded citizens.