Imbeleko envisions to provide a holistic empowerment experience to the orphaned and vulnerable child in rural Valley of a 1000 Hills; encompassing academic support, a healthy lifestyle and social interaction. We hope to nurture at least 1000 DREAMS in the Valley of 1000 Hills by 2025.
Durban, South Africa • 11 March 2017, 7h30am • Flag Bearer: Sbusisiwe Myeni
“I have an opportunity to dream dreams I never knew were possible. I can’t wait to one day pay it forward and give back to the next generation of Imbeleko beneficiaries” Ntokozo Gcwensa, Grade 12, Adams College, on full scholarship to study Civil Engineering in UCT in 2015
Imbeleko Foundation exists to give love and hope to young orphaned and vulnerable children. It ensures that they realise their impossible dreams which would have been deemed
+WHO WE ARE
The organisation is based in Qadi Nyuswa, Botha’s Hill in the Valley of a Thousand Hills; where Seni, its Founder was born and raised
To assist orphaned and vulnerable children with homework and school projects. Our ASK Programme is
+WHAT WE DO
“Effort doesn’t matter if love is not there. The love I get from my Imbeleko family has helped me to believe in myself. I thank them for not chosing to change the rest of the world but our community.” Nqobile Nzama, first scholarship beneficiary; Grade 12, Inkamana High School (our Founder’s alma mater); on full scholarship to study Accounting in 2015 at a university of her choice.
“If I had not be awarded a scholarship by Imbeleko Foundation, I’d probably be on the streets doing drugs. I love Life Sciences and would love to become an Orthopaedic Surgeon” Siyanda Vezi, Grade 8, Adams College.
For us to attain our vision – NURTURING A 1000 DREAMS IN THE VALLEY OF A 1000 HILLS = VALLEY OF A 1000 DREAMS; we need assistance.
+ GLOBAL CAMPAIGN
“Imbeleko has provided me with a platform that is shaping my mind for the future.” Nobuhle Mkhize, Grade 10, Adams College Scholarship beneficiary.
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