Changing Lives - FP&M SETA Accredited Course

See how you can make a difference in the life of an unemployed and unskilled girl

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Your donation gives the hope of a second chance to a young child's mother and disadvantaged girl

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The Design26 Foundation hosts Sewing Projects twice a week, for teen mothers. There is currently one branch located in Westgate Mitchells Plain run by Suraya Williams, Aneesah Ryland and Lee-Ann Steyn.

Our aim is to skill teenage mothers and underprivileged girls from Mitchells Plain and surrounding areas with the tools to sew, learn to earn and to be self-sustainable. The classes also include counselling and motivational sessions.

The sewing training will help teen mothers realise their dreams of generataing an income from garment making and working with material they will be enabled to support themselves and also their child from their earnings

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We've trained 80 young girls and can help many more.

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