SALT Projects

Elkanah House – One Day Without Shoes

The reason behind the Day is to raise awareness for children who travel to school with no shoes.
A massive thank you to the pupils and their families for partaking in the One Day without shoes drive!
 

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Fairbairn College Students

The director of SALT Pauline De Klerk met with eight grade 12 students from Fairbairn College discussing the topic of Justice issues in our Country.
The future looks bright with the youth of today stepping up, ready to lead and make a difference!

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CAN Campaign!

Our CAN campaign ran over a period of 4 weeks, the theme for the campaign drive was #HowManyCANYouFeed? people got to take part by simply filling in a form and receiving their CAN for free to see how much money they could raise for our School Feeding

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Vintage Heaven Pop up shop

Our latest addition Vintage Heaven second hand  pop up shop was launched this year!
All proceeds go directly into providing for vulnerable women and children through our Isidima  program.
Follow our Facebook page ( Vintage Heaven ) to find out where you can get your share of

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School Breakfast Drive

We would like to extend a massive thank you to the Table View, Milnerton, and Sunningdale View Church campuses for supporting SALT’s school feeding programmes. These church campuses brought cornflakes and milk by the dozen, which will provide children in the community with breakfast at school.
Keep an eye out

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The YeBo Programme

One of the largest challenges faced by children and adolescents attending school in townships is the lack of a safe environment in which they can complete their homework. SALT has the privilege of addressing this need by running the Year Beyond (YeBo) Programme in partnership with the Cape Town Premier’s Office.
The

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The Impact of Poverty on a Child’s Mental Health

Take a look at this article, which summarises the findings of a study out of Cornell University about the way children’s mental health can be permanently affected by growing up in poverty.

As children growing up in poverty are exposed to greater levels of stress, they are more likely to

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Christmas Drive: Hope is Never Silent

It’s Christmas time, and with it comes the dawn of 2017!
We have BIG dreams for 2017 that we are wanting to make into reality. Dreams to impact the community, but we also can’t do it without the help of the community.
So here’s the plan:
The What:
This Christmas SALT

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Winter Club 2016

Winter Club 2016

On the 27th of June – 01 of July SALT hosted our 3rd Winter Club at the Global School of Theology!
We had an absolute blast with the high school students from Inkwenkwezi with some great career talks, and fun games!
Day 1 we had each team make a team mascot

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Year to Serve 2017 and Salt internship

Year to Serve 2017 and Salt internship

Join the SALT team through View Church’s Year to Serve program!
ALSO Salt is looking for new interns who are wanting to be very involved in all of Salt’s various projects and programs. Some of the general job descriptions will include:

Community work
Dealing with vulnerable women and children
Driving to collect and deliver donations

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