In a significant move towards empowering underprivileged youth, Chartall Business College has announced a partnership with Growing Champions, a non-profit organisation with a similar mission. This collaboration is part of their annual Mandela Day initiative, demonstrating Chartall Business College’s commitment to creating opportunities for young individuals in need.
As part of this initiative, Chartall Business College will make substantial donations to Growing Champions. These include a laptop, a year-long internet contract, and 50 toiletry bags filled with essential items. The aim is to bridge the digital divide by providing the youth with access to educational resources and online learning opportunities. This donation underscores the importance of digital literacy in today’s world and the role it plays in empowering the youth.
In addition to the digital resources, the donation of 50 toiletry bags further illustrates Chartall Business College’s holistic approach to supporting these young individuals. Each bag contains essential items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, and soap, catering to the basic needs of the youth.
Estelle van der Westhuizen, Retail Sales and Marketing Manager at Chartall Business College, expressed her excitement about the collaboration. She said, “We are thrilled to join hands with Growing Champions for our Mandela Day drive. Through this partnership, we aim to empower underprivileged youth with education and resources. Our commitment is to make a positive difference in their lives and inspire others to contribute to the betterment of our community.”
This partnership is a testament to Chartall Business College’s dedication to making a difference in the community and their continued efforts to provide opportunities for underprivileged youth.