Monthly Archives: November 2010

Running For the Youth

A note from a member of our web team: In August of 2008, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. I had been very ill for a while…I lost roughly 60 pounds, and before I was officially diagnosed, was examined for

Posted in Fundraising

A New Programme Name

We are nearing the end of the first year of our pilot programme and are now officially registered as a Trust here in South Africa.  As many of you know, in the UK we are registered as Off The Street

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Help Support OTSK

OTSK are taking part in The FSI Christmas Challenge, and we need your help to sell as many wristbands as we can! Here’s how it works:- Julie Baron (Tomlin) (UK), Alison Groves (USA) and Sandi Hicks (AUS) are all selling

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An Update From Our Intern

I have already been in in Cape Town a month – I cannot believe how quickly time is flying by!  I should have known that spending 3 months here would not be enough.  But rather then dwell on my fast

Posted in Cape Town

A Fundraising Report

Sunday 29th August 2010, four excited girls from Aussie X-Files Fans @ Facebook took part in the “Bridge To Brisbane” 10km walk – raising funds online over the past few months for OTSK. After months of training, Team AXF were

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About SA-YES

SA-YES was founded in 2008 to offer much-needed support and guidance for children and young people in South Africa.

We provide youth leaving children's homes with guidance that will enable them to develop their skills, further their education and source suitable housing, in order for them to participate in society as independent, mature, responsible adults.

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"I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” -Carl Jung