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CHARITY KEEP THE DREAM 196

KEEP THE DREAM 196

IMPACTING AND BUILDING SOUTH AFRICA TODAY. 

We are glad to announce, Devamag teams up with the non profit organization "Keep the Dream 196".  Together we will create an inspiring film for the charity song "See the Light" which successfully premiered in Austria at the Sportgala 2018.

About Keep The Dream 196

Keep The Dream 196 is a non profit organization based in Greater Tzaneen Municipality, Limpopo Province in South Africa. KTD196 started in 2003 after a focus group with 180 Home Based Care volunteers who were very stressed about the problems facing the orphaned and vulnerable children of their villages. 

Keep The Dream 196 today works with over 2,500 South African orphaned and vulnerable children, aged 5-26yrs, changing families, villages and eventually the country, by transferring life skills and infusing hope.

EMPOWERING CHILDREN AS LEADERS OF TOMORROW

The children learn and apply integrity, honesty, self leadership and leadership in practical everyday situations.

 

Visit the official Website:

www.keepthedream196.com/

THE CHALLENGES & SUPPORT

Crime, teenage pregnancy, poverty, HIV, unemployment and hopelessness are the main challenges confronting children in Greater Tzaneen. Keep The Dream 196 work with 87 volunteers in 78 villages helping children to build resilience to overcome often horrendous life situations and build on those success's so that the children will have the emotional, physical and spiritual strength to enter adulthood as leaders helping others to achieve their dreams.

 

Support Keep The Dream 196

We see the work of Keep The Dream 196 as a great opportunity for orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa. Our proceeds from the music project "See the Light"  will be donated to the organization Keep the Dream 196. 

You can already for only 10 € allow 3 children to participate in the program of Keep The Dream 196 for 1 month. Please feel free to support the works of Keep the Dream 196 and have a positive impact on the lives of many children.

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