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What we do

Mission

To mobilise the private sector, organisations and individuals to support schools.

VISION

To support the creation and enhancement of a conducive teaching and learning environment in disadvantaged schools.

Strategic Objectives

  • The implementation of whole school development, which aims to improve the academic, infrastructural, social and security environment in schools by ensuring that the schools have the necessary management and community leadership to support a conducive environment for teaching and learning
  • Identify schools in need
  • Raise awareness of the dilapidated condition of schools in disadvantaged areas
  • Create opportunities for small stakeholders to get involved in improving schools in need
  • Mobilise support from individuals, companies and organisations to sponsor schools in need
  • Encourage a time bound, caring relationship between the school and the funder
  • Work with communities to improve education
  • Maintain strong relationships with stakeholders

  • GET INVOLVED

    Do you have something to contribute to the wellbeing and improved education of our learners?

    Our wish list:

    • School uniforms
    • School stationery
    • School library books
    • Resources for school vegetable gardens
    • Educational resources
    • Sponsorships for car hire, fuel, flights, accommodation
  • Latest News

    • 09/06/2017 Essay Competition Adopt-a-School Foundation runs an annual read more
    • 08/09/2017 On Friday 4th August, Adopt-a-School Foundation hosted a car read more
    • 08/04/2017 Nearly three quarters of South African children living with read more
    • 07/27/2017 On 18 July 2017 Adopt-a-School hosted the Back to School for read more
  • A LEARNER SAYS…

    “My current goal is to graduate from high school with high grades and learn as much as I can to prepare myself for college. My intentions on becoming a doctor are rooted in that I want to help many people in my country.”
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    - Grade 7 learner, Bodibe Middle School, North West