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The Do More Foundation

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The DO MORE FOUNDATION inspires collaborative partnerships to "create better tomorrows" for the young children of South Africa. The Foundation places the young child at the center of our programmes and initiatives with the belief that if you can impact and uplift the life of a young child, you will in turn impact the household which will ultimately positively affect the community. Households and communities are therefore seen as our key developmental partners as we increase their capacity to better meet the needs of young children through projects directed at food security, youth development, economic development as well as specific early childhood development initiatives.

We are looking for #DoMore ambassadors to help us #Domore for young children through various virtual fundraising initiatives that include gifts with a purpose (proceeds from merchandise provide food to children); payroll giving; annual campaigns; social media and more

The time and expertise you provide can be very valuable and help ECD Centres in unexpected ways.

With Love,

The Do More Team!

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About The Do More Foundation

Location:

Ten The Boulevard • Westway Office Park , Durban, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal 3629, ZA

Mission Statement

We believe that a nation that invests in its youngest generation can become a winning nation - by focusing on the beginning of the story we believe we can "create better tomorrows" together. Overwhelming research evidence proves that the early years are THE most important period of life when the most rapid and dramatic brain development (brain plasticity) takes place - 90% of brain growth takes place before the age of 5. Both neuroscience and longitudinal research show that if we give young children the best possible start in life, we can dramatically change the success of their life’s journey AND by supporting their caregivers and families (often exposed to toxic stress conditions) with opportunities we can change the course of communities and their economies.

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he DO MORE FOUNDATION inspires collaborative partnerships to "create better tomorrows" for the young children of South Africa. The Foundation places the young child at the centre of our programmes and initiatives with the belief that if you can impact and uplift the life of a young child, you will in turn impact the household which will ultimately positively affect the community. Households and communities are therefore seen as our key developmental partners as we increase their capacity to better meet the needs of young children through projects directed at food security, youth development, economic development as well as specific early childhood development initiatives.

The Foundation’s approach to sustaining change and maximising project potential is by acting as a catalyst for the public, private and NGO sectors to come together under one vision and guide the combined activities to effect change for young children and the communities in which they live - acting as a "backbone" organisation. This approach is supported by the credibility, networks and relationships that we leverage in order to advocate, raise awareness, organise and inspire.

Children & Youth
Community
Computers & Technology

WHEN

Wed Aug 18, 2021 - Mon Nov 01, 2021

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Market Research / Analysis
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach

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