2015 A Busy Year Ahead – How Can You Help?

Over the course of 2015 will see a new group of students recruited into the Academy from our catchment area of Masiphumelele, Ocean View, Fish Hoek and Simonstown. With our current cohort of 14 school students in RAGA alongside continued mentoring and support to those in the RAGA Alumni Programme we have a very, very busy year ahead.

How can you help? – Naturally any monetary donation is always valued but there are lots of other ways you can support our work. We are always appreciative of stationery items, reading books in any language for our library, clothing, shoes and toiletries.

Our students also look to gain work experience during school holidays and weekends. This may be simply work shadowing for a day or part time roles in evenings or school holidays.

Should you are able to assist in any way, please send an email to: pete@ragaclovelly.co.za or contact Pete Jones on 082 7739268.

Your support is greatly appreciated!

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