Transforming Kids is a trust formed in 2007 and operates as a Public Benefit- and Non-Profit Organisation, aiming to minister the good news of Jesus to children.
Their specific purpose is to implement and facilitate relationship building, and leadership training at schools, churches and in the community. Training and support are provided to the teachers, parents and youth leaders involved.
The Loerie Youth Centre is a children’s home situated in Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng. They provide a safe home and good upbringing to children from difficult backgrounds.
They believe in youth empowerment, assisting the children in their care to become independent adults who are equipped to become active, contributing citizens of the world.
The SunRise Trauma Support Centre provides practical and emotional support to any individual from the community experiencing any kind of trauma. Trauma support services are provided free of charge by trained volunteers from within the community.
They address trauma assistance ranging from crime-related incidents to trauma experienced due to family-related offences.
Real Pay management took a decision to adopt the I am Special Education Society in Tlokweng, Gaborone as our flagship CSI project in Botswana.
The centre offers educational services to children with a wide range of special needs and includes students with Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, mild to severe mental challenges and other developmental delays. The centre currently provides services to 22 day students, for many of which the daily commute to attend lessons is a challenge.
Real Pay has agreed to assist the school with an infrastructure and learning material upgrade in line with the school’s most urgent needs. Real Pay values the communities we are active in, especially the youth. As such, we are proud to be working together with a learning centre investing in the future of learners with special needs.
Dagbreek is one of only two government schools in Namibia that serve to educate learners who are developmentally impaired. Their vision is to provide the best education and fulfil the therapeutic needs of learners with a wide range of special needs and disabilities within a safe and caring environment.
The learners are between 7 and 18 years of age and attend the school on a full time basis.
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Epilepsy is a medical condition that affects the mental, social, emotional and physical functions of a person. This disease has been recognised by the World Health Organisation as one of the conditions to be prioritised by member states.
Since 2005, Swaziland has experienced an increase of 22.22% in the number of people living with epilepsy, and this data only reflects those people who have sought medical attention and are on anti-epileptic drugs.
The Swaziland Epilepsy Organisation has launched a youth empowerment programme with the major objective of economic empowerment of young people who suffer from the disease. They also aim to create awareness through an educational campaign on epilepsy. The organisation plans to target approximately 50 young epilepsy sufferers, with an estimated project budget of E100 000, and Real Pay is proud to assist them to do so.
Real Pay is one of numerous proud sponsors through the “Epilepsy Yellow Golf Day”, that saw other sponsors compete in a golf tournament, supporting the needs of young people living with the disease.