Love to Langa
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 270
PO Box 104 Gladwyne PA 19035 USA
We're a US-based non-profit organization. We empower leadership within impoverished communities and we empower children to learn.
Built a classroom at Philippi Children's Centre Love to Langa Swimming Academy completion expected November 2016 Funded scholarships for 15 children since 2012 Funded enrichment activities such as photography workshop, Dinosaur Show excursion, Snake Show for 1,000 attendees Provided teacher training program support
children and teachers in the disadvantaged Townships of Cape Town.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Geographic areas served:
Cape Town, South Africa
school and swim lesson scholarships, training programs, swimming academy construction
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Love to Langa does incredible work in the townships surrounding Cape Town. We are 100% volunteer driven, meaning all donations go directly to the projects and people in the communities where we work. Our priority is helping bring new opportunities to children in the form of scholarships, extra-curricular activities and field trips. Amy, the founder has a heart of gold and has devoted the last 4 years to fostering relationships with the teachers and children at the schools we partner with. Kissmea Adams, Love to Langa's driving force on the ground, has been working in the non-profit/early childhood development field for years and her passion for her work is unparalleled. Our work is successful largely as a result of her devotion and hard work. If you are looking for an organization to donate too or volunteer with I highly recommend Love to Langa. You won't be sorry!
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