Resources

The goal of SA-YES is to support young people leaving children’s homes by providing them with mentoring 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, self-sustaining adults. To that end we have developed the SA-YES Resource Bank.

What is the Resource Bank?

The SA-YES Resource Bank (RB) is a PDF document containing a directory of websites and contacts on topics ranging from counselling to CV tips and further education to finding employment.

Who is the Resource Bank intended for?

The primary audience for the RB is the growing number of mentors and mentees that have passed through the TIL programme. Now that this document is available from the SA-YES website we hope that it will be seen by many more young people embarking on a path to independent living, a fulfilling life and a rewarding career.

How often is the Resource Bank updated?

The Resource Bank (RB) is updated four times a year.

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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