Gender violence in the Spotlight

[LISTEN] Child Protection Week: Here is how you can get involved

National Child Protection Week is aimed at raising awareness around children's rights and mobilising all sectors of society to care for and protect children.

Putting a spotlight on children’s issues, Andy Hadfield is is the CEO of ForGood, an online platform that connects people who want to make a difference by volunteering their time to various causes.

The database consists of verified Non Profit Organisations.

If you go to the site you will see the Child Protection Week banner there and at the moment we recycle them everyday but we have over 25 opportunities from across the country whee you can get involved with organisations that are actually protecting children.

Andy Hadfield, CEO

He shares some of what you will find on the site.

We have got Sister Girl Foundation who are running a schoolgirl sanitary project, Mogopa Creche who need people to work with children from 0-5 years old, SA Youth Mentoring......

Andy Hadfield, CEO

Click on the link below for more information....


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