CTW Volunteers 2011
Business Against Crime (BAC) Northern Cape
When Linda became a volunteer at BAC, her aim was to draw attention to the problem with street children, help the community to become better equipped to do something about it and show them that behind...
Johannesburg resident and ex-Managing Director of the South African Ballet Theatre, Fiona Budd, was tasked with strategically and operationally managing the Sandton SPCA’s fundraising, as well a...
32 year old Funeka Mani left her seven-year old daughter, her fiancé and other family members at her home in Boksburg, Johannesburg, to relocate to Nelspruit where she donated a year of her lif...
Opkyk Pathways Therapy and Education Centre
41 year old, Brits-born, Santie Kotze, was placed as the Remedial Educator at Opkyk Pathways Therapy and Education Centre through the Vodacom Change the World initiative from April 2011 to March 2012....
Yvonne Eskell Klagsbrun
Waterberg Waves Society
During her time at WWS, Yvonne witnessed many sick, poor and sad children, children living in inhumane conditions, those just wanting shoes for Christmas and orphaned children needing comfort be...
Keith encountered a grim picture when he drove through Khayelitsha. “Litter is piled high, drains are blocked, contaminated water pools in the streets and children play in these pools, food is p...
East London Child and Youth Care
Sithabile Mazibuko moved almost 700 kilometres away from her home in Kwazulu-Natal to take up the position of Remedial Educator at the East London Child and Youth Care Centre (ELCYCC). The teacher, wh...
Hendrien De Klerk
Free State Care in Action (FSCA)
No stranger to work in the NPO sector, Hendrien de Klerk from Bloemfontein took up the position of Volunteer Co-ordinator at Free State Care in Action (FSCA) as part of the Vodacom Change the World in...
Julie Hay, from Hilton in the Natal Midlands, took up the role of Early Childhood Development Specialist at 1000 Hills Community Helpers as part of the Vodacom Change the World initiative in April 201...
What do the Volunteers say?
By: Cindy Van Zyl