Uniting for Grade 9 learners

We’re lending a hand to support Youth Success, a promising programme that’s been developed by United Way SA and Cummins Africa. These two organisations are running weekend and holiday classes for Grade 9 learners at Ivory Park Secondary School and Ingqayizivele High School in Ekurhuleni. The programme’s aimed at equipping learners to make informed subject and career choices and to improve their grades in Maths, Science, and English.

While Youth Success has food for the children, they don’t have the capacity to serve them. Feeding children is our area of expertise and we’re happy to step in and fulfil this need. We believe the programme will have a massive impact on the future of these youth.


 

 

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