Sharing is caring and The Lions Club ensures that our learners at Wings Of Hope school stay having a healthy meal with all the continuos food donations.
As we celebrate World Play Day, our learners at Kgosi Neighbourhood Foundation enjoyed as they spent the morning at Jeppe Park.
Exciting times as our learners at Wings Of Hope school went on a mini excursion to Murray Park library to learn more about the theme for the week, Transport.
On the 10th of April 2019, The Wilds Lions Club gifted Wings of Hope school with in kind donations and we at Kgosi Neighbourhood Foundation, could not be much happier for such generosity.
Toys and teddy bears to play with are what make any child in preschool much happier and unfortunately for some children it is a dream to even own a mere teddy bear. Stella and Margaret made this dream a reality by gifting 50 learners with knitted teddy bears.
On the 5th of February 2019, Wings of Hope School was graced with a visit from Shelly Steinbach all the way from Germany.
On Wednesday 28 June 2017 the radio 702 truck of love with Spar arrived at KNF with DJ and Journalist Redi Tlhabi. The staff and over 100 children waited in eager anticipation for the doors of the truck to open.
The together+ campaign is on display from now until the 15th of June at the Solidarity for Survival exhibit at Constitution Hill. MSF (Doctors Without Borders) set up the exhibit to explain the circumstances of refugees within South Africa. KNF is proud to continue to work with MSF to develop the together+ campaign.
Social work students working with KNF organized a parent education afternoon about the road safety, the environment, and substance abuse.
The auditors from KPMG have completed their annual pro bono report on the financial accountability and transparency of our neighbourhood foundation.
Parkview Primary School providess KNF with leadership training and R6 300 in finanical support.