Because of the nature of funding, it is very challenging for an NGO to fund programs centered on building relationships for Christ, even in an educational environment, so our Life Skill Educators (LSE’s) salaries are funded entirely by private donors.
Impacting six different communities for Christ, they work in after-school clubs focused on kids and teens, holiday clubs, school and preschool ministry, as well as groups focused on parenting. Their programmes are intended to show God’s love to the youth through educational programs, games, hygiene talks, worship, and mentorship as spiritual role models. The Life Skill Educators (LSE’s) are trained in effectively teaching God’s priniciples and building relationships with the youth.
D.A.D. our dollar-a-day program was created to help fund the salaries of the Life Skill Educators. For a dollar a day ($30/month), you can become a D.A.D. to support our LSE’s parental influence over the youth in impoverished communities. It takes several D.A.D.s to sponsor the salary of a single LSE. Through your commitment, and ability to bring awareness to the D.A.D. campaign you will help impact both the educators and the next generation of young leaders being developed in South Africa.
Please partner with us to become a D.A.D. here. Tell others about our efforts to reach even more people.