Monthly Archives: January 2011

What Being a Mentor Means

A note from one of our mentees: Just the idea of having a mentor who knows absolutely nothing about you, who wants to be a ‘friend’ and give you advice so that you make the right choices freaked me out

Posted in The Youth

Do It For Charity Cycle Ride for Off The Street Kids

Ride from Richmond Really Rewarding Have you ever wanted to take part in a charity cycle ride? Here is your chance!  On Sunday 29th May your ride will start in Richmond and follow the Thames through the spring-time countryside of

Posted in Uncategorized

The FSI Christmas Challenge Update

In November 2010 OTSK took on The FSI Christmas Challenge. This involved selling as many wristbands as we could to our supporters around the world. You then sent them back with your messages of support for OTSK. We sent all

Posted in Fundraising

A Call For Mentors

1 New Year 1 “new you” 12 new months 30 young people trying to make a change and improve their lives. Alone. 1 organisation supporting them. 30 new mentors needed. For just 60 minutes a week. ‘2011’ reasons why. Last

Posted in Cape Town, The Youth
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SAYes 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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