Developing communities to drive economic growth and advance quality of life.
Empowering youth to participate actively in the economy.
Activating innovative and life-changing initiatives to facilitate social change.
Creating an opportunity for the reintegration of rehabilitated young inmates into society.
An extraordinary 15 year old Lungile Lesedi Mahlangu from Mabopane in Tsebe.
Lungile is the Miss Township South Africa Teen 2022, 2nd Princess and the Founder & CEO of Lulu M Foundation.
As a title holder, her role is to grow the Miss Township South Africa Teen brand while upholding its high values. She aims to work with, give back and serve communities in order to bring awareness, change narratives and break stereotypical barriers within marginalised communities.
Being a Youth Empowerment advocate, like her role model Miss Universe 2019, Zozibini Tunzi, she believes that it is her duty to empower children and the youth of South Africa to take up space, to utilise every opportunity given to them and to strive to become better versions of themselves.
Lungile continues to engage in several community upliftment initiatives and believes that through organisations such as Morongwa Foundation she will be able to impact more communities.
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Morongwa Foundation values partnerships, what an honour working with Beacon of Hope, Thinkinc and 67 Blankets of Nelson Mandela to handover donated storybooks, pencil cases, blankets and beanies to children living with Cancer at the Steve Biko Academic Hospital Paediatric Oncology unit in Pretoria.
Mandela Day is everyday and our quest to impact lives doesn't stop here. Our holistic programme of activities integrates health & wellness into a School Improvement Plan; pairs well-resourced and under-resourced schools to enhance the quality of learning; prepares unskilled unemployed youth for the world of work; reintegrates paroled young offenders into society through start up incubation and mobilises resources to equip youth with agricultural skills.
As part of our aftercare support, we welcome donations of clothes, non-perishable food, toys, and books.
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The Shirinda primary school in Mamelodi West got a face-lift, thanks to the Morongwa Foundation partnering up with Baviaanspoort correctional services for their Paint 4 Purpose campaign.
The painting of the school was also part of the 67 minutes for Mandela Day.
Nkagare Makhudu, founder and CEO of the Morongwa Foundation said the campaign was an initiative in partnership with Universal Paints and Alpha Design. “The campaign was born out of a need to refurbish dilapidated schools and hospitals, reunite the society, and reignite the spirit of activism,” said Nkagare.
The foundation launched the Paint 4 Purpose Campaign in May 2021 to celebrate the foundation’s first birthday.
“Through this initiative, we have already renovated the Tshwane Medico-Legal Crisis centre in partnership with Universal Paints and the St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls,” said Nkagare. He said he was inspired by communities that took care of their public assets.
“It has an absolute honour working with the local community,” he said.
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"(We) would like to thank Morongwa Foundation for granting us (Tsholofelo Basadi ba Kgabalatsane) the opportunity to show face and market ourselves. Ditebogo go Modimo le Badimo for planting this awesome initiative in Nkagare's mind and giving him the energy and drive to pull it through. Basadi Farmers Market was epic. We got to network with the best of the BEST. We were also recognized, acknowledged and fed with lots of needed information, from marketing and branding to proper or best way of planting.
The entertainment was also on point, Sammy Fever from Motsweding fm and young local artists graced us with their presence. Even us farmers love to get down and chuckle once in a while.
We are hoping to have a long productive and rewarding relationship with Morongwa Foundation and Basadi Farmers market."
We strive to enhance the quality of life of individuals by strengthening communities, creating opportunities and unleashing hidden potential. This means that we want to partner with in-school youth between the ages of 12 - 18 years as well as youth that are unemployed.
We need your help to do this. We need your help to spread the word, collect valuable donations, secure strategic partnerships and link youth to opportunities.
Integrate health and wellness into a school’s improvement plan.
Deactivating bullying and harassment in schools.
Create a network of employable youth through training and development in soft and technical skills, thus preparing them for the world of work.
Promote improved farming efficiencies and activate trading opportunities between rural farmers and the retail industry.
Support initiatives aimed at nutrition, education and development of orphaned & vulnerable children.
Bridging the gap between basic education, higher education and the world of work.
Tshiamo Seate (21) is a graduate of Boston Media House and the founder of Khulumoney MusiQ. Tshiamo is one of our Community Development Champions driving the Digititan Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in communities.
Katlego Mosako is a qualified software developer and an aspiring entrepreneur. Katlego is one of Community Development Champions driving the Digititan Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in communities.
Kamogelo Mokone (22) is a sassy and goal driven BA Psychology graduate. Kamogelo is one of our Community Development Champions driving the Digititan Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in communities.
Tiego Maboa is a model, photographer and Tshwane University of Technology IT graduate. Tiego is one of our Community Development Champions driving the Digititan Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in communities.
Tshegofatso (25) is a dynamic brand ambassador with exceptional sales, events and brand marketing skills. She is one of our Community Development Champions driving the Digititan Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
This letter serves to convey our warmest and deepest appreciation for your generous donation of refreshments, comfort packs and clothes to the Tshwane Medico Legal Crisis Centre. These donations will go a long way in making sure survivors of gender-based violence are given back their dignity after being counselled and examined post abuse.
May Morongwa Foundation and partners continue with the good work of empowering the staff at the Centre, and uplifting survivors. We hope that this is the beginning of a good partnership.
DR S L PHOSHOKO
Clinical Manager, Tshwane District Health Services
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Akasia Young Adult League
We work nationally in South African schools, youth clubs, residential youth care facilities, as well as correctional centres.
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