Do you think that if kids try really hard to perfect their talents,
they are worthy of being supported?
We do and we are looking for people of like mind!
Our After Schools Activities Program (ASAP) kids have been practicing their hearts out this year and they are ready to showcase their skills.
At 2 o clock, on the 9 November at Kwanokuthula Primary School, 130 children who have been taught by our fantastic Facilitators, will be proudly strutting their stuff. Please come along for a goose-bump performance.
And if you can’t make it to the Showcase, please consider supporting the continuance of ASAP which means a great deal to our young people.
By supporting ASAP, you will help us to:
- Keep the Program alive which means we can get Kids in the Community ‘off the Streets and onto the Stage’
- Help the children to learn essential skills which will equip them to cope better in life
- Contribute towards us being able to teach teenagers about the Ethics, Morals and Values needed for a healthy country
- Help us to impart life skills to children with special needs via art
- Encourage these positive youngsters, which will inspire them to greater effort and the commitment which will lead them towards becoming viable members of society
If you need to be convinced, this video will leave you gob smacked at what these kids are capable of, with the help of Amanda Valela and her Facilitators who love their role as uplifting adults.
Take a look at what we are doing for kids and consider making a personal or tax-deductible business contribution, which will go directly towards sustaining classes. Thank you, from the ASAP kids!
This After School Activities Program (ASAP) was made possible through the generous funding of the Western Cape Government’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport