The Domino Foundation’s AGM was an evening filled with inspiring stories of change. Not only did it highlight the amazing work the non-profit achieved in 2015, but it painted a picture of the year ahead and how we will continue to change lives. As relationships with partners in Cape Town and Johannesburg mature the Domino Foundation will move into new regions of influence, and this combined with the right support, capacity and better positioning enables us to spread the Domino Effect far and wide.
- We opened our second Babies’ Home in February which allowed us to look after more orphaned and vulnerable babies. We cared for 25 children during the year, of which 8 were adopted and their new life began.
- We produced 891 611 meals and expanded to a third kitchen to handle relief feeding.The Domino Foundation was able to respond to the xenophobic attacks in April through this Relief Kitchen, providing over 49 000 meals in 10 days for the displaced foreigners.
- We worked with 793 learners across 4 schools, with our Life Skills Programme.
- And we saw 1059 children being taught across 23 Early Childhood Development Centres in Amaoti.
Listen to what some of our Life Skills learners had to say about how the programme has changed their lives… it’s powerful!