The Soetlief Program is presented in schools in disadvantaged communities.
As part of promoting community empowerment and socio-economic development, the program will be presented by people from the community, under supervision.
We are currently involved in:
1. Shiloh School Klipheuwel
We have been presenting the Soetlief Program at Shiloh in Klipheuwel since 2013. Shiloh is expanding their community schools to Wallacedene in 2017 and we have been requested to run the program at the new school.
The program empowers children with Soft Skills. We’ve had great testimonies from the teachers, community, principal and kids. The Soetlief Program teach kids the Soft Skills needed for survival in the job-market of the 21st century. Companies investing in the Soetlief Soft Skills Training of children is investing in the workforce of tomorrow
2. Ruyterwacht Project
The Soetlief Program has been involved in Ruyterwacht since 2013. Mattie Livesey has been working in the community since 2012.
At the beginning of 2016 a Day Care Centre and After-care was started. People from the community, serving as volunteers has been trained and equipped to work with the children. In 2017 the program will be presented to children from the facility and community.
As part of promoting community empowerment and socio-economic development, the program will be presented by people from the community, under supervision, to present the program.
If you are an individual or company that is interested in sponsoring kids in the Soetlief Program you can contact Cynthia Linde.
The programs does have an NPO numbers that can be used for tax deduction purposes.