The recent AGM once again bought to light the wonderful work the Domino Foundation did in 2014, and continues to build on in 2015. We expanded our board, stretched our objectives and became a leader in the local NPO space.
- We opened our second transitional babies home, increasing our capacity, but more importantly giving hope to an additional 6 children at a time.
- Within the Early Childhood Development (ECD) work, we partnered with 32 creches
- Through the work of the Domino Foundation and our partners we were able to see matriculants from 2013 find permanent employment in 2014.
- We helped 998 learners on a daily basis in the literacy programme. That’s just short of helping 1000 children learning to read and write in English.
- We were able to provide 775 000 meals during 2014 thanks to our volunteers and donors.
- And last, but not least, we celebrated 10 years as an organisation.
Richard Mun-Gavin, Chairman of the Domino Foundation, spoke on this past year saying, “2014 was a watershed year as we begun a transition from being an NPO that does great work in our communities, to being an NPO which continues its great work, and growing at that, but also a significant partner and role p
layer in the NPO sector amongst NPOs, business and government. I believe we will continue to see this aspect of our significance grow into 2015 and beyond.” Here’s to 2015, a year to change a life, change a community. To find out more about each of the programme’s highlight, check out these quick videos below.