SALT Projects
Volunteer Stories – Silvana Geragolettis

Volunteer Stories – Silvana Geragolettis

Silvana Geragolettis is one of our fantastic volunteers who serves on Thursdays at our Isidima project.
She assists the vulnerable mothers’ babies by giving them a nice warm bath and checks their weight, temperature, and general health.
We asked her some questions to find out more about her experiences volunteering

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Latest Newsletter

Latest Newsletter

Here’s the link to our latest newsletter regarding Enozipho Educare in Joe Slovo:
http://eepurl.com/bZSQaj

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Feed a Child. Free a Child.

Feed a Child. Free a Child.

At View Conference 2016, We pushed on the issue of malnutrition and the negative effects it has on school going children, who fall between the cracks of conventional feeding programs.
Symptoms of malnutrition include:

Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
Impaired school performance
Decreased IQ scores
Memory deficiency
Learning disabilities
Reduced

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MOD YeBo: An exciting new partnership

MOD YeBo: An exciting new partnership

In January 2016, SALT was offered an incredible opportunity to partner with the Premiers office of the Western Cape Government to offer the MOD Year Beyond (YeBo) programme to Inkwenkwezi High School.
The programme forms part of the MOD Centre in the school. The Mass participation; Opportunity and access; Development

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Isidima – Milnerton

Isidima – Milnerton

Salt is very excited to announce that we will be launching our Isidima program in Milnerton from 14 May. It will be operating in View Church’s Milnerton campus in Milpark on Saturdays from 8:45 AM to 11:30 PM.
What is Isidima?
Isidima is a program we run with the objective of helping vulnerable women

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Human Rights Day – 21 March

Human Rights Day – 21 March

 
Human rights in South Africa are not adequately met. This results in a lack of freedom of choice, unemployment, dis-empowerment and increased health issues. SALT believes that everybody should have equal opportunities and have their human rights met. SALT’s response to the challenges at hand is to provide opportunities

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WELCOME ABOARD

WELCOME ABOARD

 
SALT has taken on two beautiful new interns for 2016 who are very excited and eager to get deeply involved in all SALT projects.
Meet Robin Shelton:
Born and raised in Cape Town, Robin graduated from West Coast Christian School in the beginning of 2015. He now is doing

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A successful seamstress

A successful seamstress

SALT held a ‘sewing skills’ training workshop with 4 ladies for 10 weeks in 2015. Gloria Turner lead the workshop and trained unemployable ladies from Dunoon in basic sewing skills. One of the ladies, Clementina, has been incredibly responsive to the training. In the pictures below you can see Gloria together

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52 Years of Love

52 Years of Love

Love – the gift that keeps on giving.
More than 50 years of marriage; for anyone, of any age or era; is no easy task. It is a marathon of difficult choices, unfair compromises and mind blowing resilience through the most unbelievable circumstances. When asked what the secret was to

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