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SAEP - 20 Years of Brighter Futures

Categories: ALL THE NEWS , Sustainability
- celebrating our accomplishments and acknowledging all those who helped along the way.

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the South African Education and Environment Project (SAEP). Over the last two decades, we're proud that we've :

  • Assisted 20 Early Childhood Development centres with a variety of developmental activities including rebuilding classroom and sanitation facilities; launching Grade R programmes; and registering with the Department of Social Development;

  • Tutored over 1, 200 primary and high school students in the sciences, maths and English;

  • Increased access to the arts and opportunities for artistic expression in a variety of disciplines for over 2, 800 primary and high school students through our Arts Outreach Programme;

  • Trained 1, 779 learners in IT skills through our ADT Teach Programme;

  • Helped 106 Bridging Year students access further education, training or employment;

  • Celebrated the graduation of 11 Tertiary Support Programme students from higher education institutions.

Thank you to all our friends, supporters and partners - we couldn't have done it without you!

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting, where we'll be celebrating SAEP's accomplishments of the past 20 years and acknowledging all those who helped along the way. The celebration will feature SAEP's talented marimba bands and a skit from our drama students. Refreshments will also be served.

 
Date: Saturday 24 May
Time: 10:00am - 12:00 noon
Venue: Beautiful Gate Chapel Hall, Philippi. Need directions? Click to view a map.


Transport: We will be providing transport from our Mowbray offices and within Philippi for those who need it. Please contact Inno (details below) if you would like to book a space.

If you can join us, please RSVP to Inno by Thursday, 22 May: 021 447 3610 or ntsoaki@saep.org.

We hope to see you there!

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