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One of the successful applications is…

One of the successful applications is…

Cindy van Zyl was one of the lucky 21 candidates who were chosen to participate in this programme. Over 7500 entries were received. Cindy will be working at Spoudazo Enterprises Trust and applying her expertise, time and skills at Beudene Daycare for Disabled, one of Spoudazo’s SED projects! There are many children with autism and other disabilities that attend Beudene Daycare center. Cindy has a Diploma in Children’s Services and is currently ... Continue Reading »

Spoudazo's Journey

Spoudazo’s Journey

Spoudazo heard of the Vodacom Change the World Programme and encouraged Cindy van Zyl, an educational therapist, who was working part time with children diagnosed with Autism at Beudene Daycare, to enter this competition. Her application to work as volunteer at Beudene Daycare using Spoudazo Enterprises as the platform for this opportunity, was submitted during March 2015. Spoudazo’s desire is to serve the poor and the vulnerable in the areas ... Continue Reading »

Exciting News…

Exciting News…

Vodacom announced its 5th intake of the Change the World Volunteers who have given up their daily jobs for a year to help make a difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans.  Through this initiative Vodacom aims to mobilise skilled South African individuals to work for a non-profit organisation (NPO) of their choice for a year and get paid a salary. The initiative underscores the importance of partnerships between the private sector and ... Continue Reading »

Elanja Children’s Initiative

Elanja Children’s Initiative

Elanja Children’s Initiative was founded in 1999 and is working to meet the daily needs of about 600 underprivileged coloured children in Heidedal, Bloemfontein, South Africa. Elanja is funded by sponsorships and donations and is supported by several volunteers in Bloemfontein.The project is focused on primary school children who are enrolled at the four primary schools in Heidedal, as they believe that younger children are generally less able to ... Continue Reading »

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