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Exciting campaign to equip classrooms in schools across the countryAmidst the unprecedented times of the global pandemic, the Adopt-a-School Foundation, a partner entity of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation, continues to work hard at improving education in South Africa. In May 2020, the foundation entered into an exciting partnership with ChairClub to provide school chairs in a 'Buy One, Get One' campaign. ChairClub, a Proudly South African and local South African chair manufacturer, partnered with the foundation in a campaign to support disadvantaged schools in rural and urban communities with comfortable world-class school chairs. Throughout 2020, for every office chair sale, ChairClub will donate a locally-manufactured school chair to schools across the country. 26 May 2020 Read More >>

Adopt-a-School Foundation commemorates School Health Week at Meriti Secondary SchoolSchool Health Week, always the first week of March is an annual event. The aim of the week is to highlight the importance of healthcare and learner well-being in education. Adopt-a-School (AAS) Foundation, a partner entity of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation, tackles a wide range of health and wellbeing issues facing our schools, including hygiene and sanitation, sexual education, audio and visual support; this with the aim of ensuring our learners are healthy and equipped for excellence in teaching and learning. 9 Mar 2020 Read More >>

Shining the spotlight on top achieving schoolsFollowing the release of the 2019 National Senior Certificate matric results, Adopt-a-School Foundation shines the spotlight on the success achieved through its Whole School Development (WSD) model. The model has helped deliver quality schooling to 609 underprivileged schools across the county through public and private partnerships. 20 Jan 2020 Read More >>

President celebrates Adopt-a-School Foundation's billion-rand investment that reaches over 1 million learnersIn October, the Chairperson and co-founder of the Adopt-a-School Foundation (AAS), President Cyril Ramaphosa, addressed over 700 industry leaders, dressed in school uniforms and sports attire, at the Foundation's 13th annual 'Back to School' Party at Wanderers in Johannesburg. The event, sponsored this year by Channel VAS, a leading global FinTech enterprise in mobile technology, is a highly anticipated event on the philanthropic calendar. 28 Oct 2019 Read More >>

Celebrating our teachersOctober 5th marked World Teachers' Day, aimed at appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world. The day enables a worldwide celebration of the teaching profession, and addresses some of the issues central for attracting and keeping the brightest talents in the profession. 18 Oct 2019 Read More >>

Health, sanitation and sexual awareness campaign for Dutyini learners approaching pubertyOn 12 September, the Adopt-a-School Foundation, an entity of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation in partnership with Afrocentric Group an investment holding company hosted the health, sanitation and sexual awareness campaign at Dutyini Junior Secondary School, located in the Eastern Cape. The awareness campaign targets Grade 5-7 learners to ensure they are equipped with useful information as they are approaching puberty. 20 Sep 2019 Read More >>

Child Protection Week - We all have a role to play!2-9 June marked Child Protection Week, a campaign to raise awareness on the rights of children as articulated in the Children's Act of 2005. The campaign began in 1997 and it aims to mobilise all sectors of society to ensure that children are cared for and protected. 10 Jun 2019 Read More >>

The right to education is pivotal to creating an inclusive South AfricaOn this Human Rights Day on 21 March 2019, the Adopt-a-School Foundation (AAS), a partner entity of Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation (CRF), draws attention to the rights of children to quality education. 22 Mar 2019 Read More >>

Fostering healthier school learnersThe 4th to the 8th of March marks School Health Week! 12 Mar 2019 Read More >>

Reaching for Africa's highest peak to build a library for Qhobosheane Primary SchoolTwenty climbers to scale Africa's highest peak in support of literacy development and education in South Africa. 5 Mar 2019 Read More >>

Collaborative transformation in education shows real resultsSouth Africa's journey of transformation is far from over. This is evident in the stories from the classrooms of our poorest schools, still heavily burdened by the effects of the apartheid education policy. 3 Nov 2017 Read More >>

Donated books to the value of R22m will stimulate a new generation of readersDuring National Book Week, from 4-10 September 2017, Adopt-a-School Foundation (AAS) is raising funds to continue the distribution of thousands of books to underprivileged schools throughout South Africa. The books, worth over R22m, were donated by Oxford University Press South Africa. 4 Sep 2017 Read More >>

Hand up for educationThis Mandela Day, Adopt-a-School Foundation will host a range of volunteer activities at Bathabile Primary School in Olievenhoutsbosch. All activities revolve around the foundation's holistic Whole School Development model and will include: light infrastructure renovations, curricular and co-curricula activities, social welfare programmes and leadership development initiatives. 8 Jun 2017 Read More >>

Improved education is ineffective if children are neglected, abused or exploitedAs we observe Child Protection Week from 27 May to 2 June, the Adopt-a-School Foundation calls upon government, NGOs and civil society to combine their efforts to protect vulnerable children against neglect, abuse and exploitation. 30 May 2017 Read More >>

Private-public collaborations for the upliftment of underprivileged schoolsOn 10 March 2017, the Industrial Development Corporation celebrated five fruitful years of partnership with Adopt-a-School (AAS) Foundation and the Department of Education at an event in Bushbuckridge. 13 Mar 2017 Read More >>

Adopt-a-School helps matrics to achieve exceptional results despite challengesSchools, with the support of the Adopt-a-School Foundation, are producing exceptional matriculants despite challenging conditions. 24 Jan 2017 Read More >>

Are parents school-ready?Many children do not have access to quality ECD programmes and require more support in the Foundation Phase, not only from teachers but their parents too. Adopt-a-School asks whether parents are well equipped enough to support their children. 4 Jan 2017 Read More >>

Adopt-a-School launches new programme at Umlazi schoolAdopt-a-School Foundation launches its new Health, Sanitation and Sexual Education Programme at Ndukwenhle High School in Umlazi. 18 Apr 2016 Read More >>

Adopt-a-School profiles its star matriculantsPupils from schools supported by education NGO Adopt-a-School Foundation, shine in their 2015 matric examinations, rising above the difficult circumstances in their social and schooling environments. 7 Jan 2016 Read More >>

Back to school to sow seeds of hopeAdopt-a-School Foundation and partners went back to school for a day to establish a vegetable garden and enhance the nutritional value of school lunches. 28 Jul 2015 Read More >>

The Nelson Mandela Foundation supports Back to School for a Day on Mandela DayThe Back to School for a Day initiative has received a major boost with the announcement this week that the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) is supporting this important initiative. 10 Jun 2015 Read More >>

Global multinationals support South African education driveOn Thursday, 28 May 2015, global multinationals and individual sponsors came out in support of Adopt-a-School Foundation, at a fundraising event hosted in London by South African deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa. 8 Jun 2015 Read More >>

School development plans positively impact rural North West communityAn investment by Adopt-a-School Foundation and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is a great boost to Boithaopo Secondary School in the North West Province. 31 Mar 2015 Read More >>

Making a difference with dictionariesEvery Child Deserves a Dictionary 30 Mar 2015 Read More >>

Adopt-a-School Foundation matriculants benefit from Cell C Girl Child Bursary FundFour girl matriculants from Adopt-a-School Foundation's adopted schools have been awarded bursaries through Cell C's Girl Child Bursary Fund. 26 Mar 2015 Read More >>

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