Author: Lorena El-Lakkis

23 Jul A Quest To Test The Best Toy with Makro

Makro South Africa launched "A Quest To Test The Best Toys" on the 21st of July 2018, which was the 1st of its kind.  Over 15,000 children applied to attend on the day, but only 150 could attend the launch. A few of our Holiday and...

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26 May Miss South Africa Legacy Initiative

In  May, the Miss South Africa Legacy initiative was launched in partnership with the Tomorrow Trust. Over the coming years, the Miss South Africa legacy will support the Junior School Programme, focusing its efforts on equipping young learners with the academic and holistic foundations they...

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14 May Welcome Our New CEO

It is a pleasure to announce that Mr. James Donald has joined Tomorrow Trust on March 2018, as the new CEO. James has 15 years leadership experience within the NGO space and a particular passion for youth development and employability. 2012 to 2016, James was the Managing...

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30 Apr Executive Director – Farewell

Tomorrow Trust would like to take this opportunity to thank Kim Normand Dobrin, the founder of  the Tomorrow Trust, for all her hard work and service to the organisation. Kim is a leader who shared her experience for 13 years and ensured a bright future...

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23 Feb Hot Fm 91.9fm cares and Sage Foundation Awards Tomorrow Trust

Tomorrow Trust was surprised with a donation of R125,000 to go towards the Computer Literacy Programme. The Tomorrow Trust support programme, Computer Literacy Programme, supports building much needed literacy skills to Grade 4 learners. Sage Foundation along with Hot Care- Hot Fm 91.9Fm surprised Tomorrow Trust with...

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20 Feb 2017 Class of Grade 12’s achieve 100% pass rate

The Holiday & Saturday School programme prides itself in always getting the learners in the programme to improve performance, allowing them space to grow and build on the opportunities they have been granted.  These phenomenal learners have proved through the years their thirst in wanting...

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