Good Hope FM Interview The rise in reports of mental illness amongst young people is alarming. Over the last few years young people have been and are still dealing with grief, loss of family income, educational setbacks, and doubt regarding their future plans. They are experiencing, quite understandably increased anxiety, hopelessness and depression. ASPs play … Read more
Our Eastern Cape grantee, United through Sport, was featured in Algoa FM’s weekly segment, Algoa Cares. This was our effort to put a spotlight on the work of After School programmes across the country in order to celebrate the Lights On movement. [button link=”https://iono.fm/e/1119669″ newwindow=”yes”] Listen to interview…[/button]
Sixolile Mabombo, TLT’s new Board Chairperson dove into a 2-hour long chat with us. In Part 2 of our conversation, we dig a little deeper. We uncover her thoughts on, the best fundraising models for the After School sector; the biggest lessons she’s learned whilst working in the sector; plus, her vision and bold plans for The Learning Trust.
Sixolile Mabombo, TLT’s new Board Chairperson dove into a 2-hour long chat with us. We cover everything from her unusual entry into the Education Space from Absa WIMI; what excites her about stepping into the role as TLT’s Board Chair; the untapped power of the After School sector; and what ‘keeping the door open’ means in her new role.
Raising the visibility of the sector, its value and impact, requires us to collectively build a common language to communicate its importance. Join us as we explore what advocacy can look like for the After School sector and outline the ways we can all participate in the global #LightsOnAfterschool activities this month!