Non-profit organisations stand as powerful catalysts for positive change, bestowing invaluable social value upon the communities they engage with.
These entities are often driven by a mission to address pressing societal needs, particularly in areas where traditional systems may fall short. Through their tireless efforts, non-profits make a tangible impact on various aspects of community life, ranging from education and healthcare to poverty alleviation and environmental conservation.
Join us as we explore the role of NPO Education Africa and other similar organisations in delivering social value through the work that they do, the role of partnerships with big businesses and the long-term sustainability of these organisations. We will also examine the importance of forging partnerships with major corporations and the enduring viability of these entities.
Additionally, our discussion will explore the significance of building and nurturing relationships with the business community to ensure the long-term sustainability and prosperity of these non-profit organizations and their critical initiatives. These alliances enable access to resources and specialized knowledge while promoting a collective commitment to the welfare and advancement of the affected communities.
Hosted by: Dr Tracey Toefy and Abdullah Verachia.
Guest panellist: Prof Jonathan Jansen, Distinguished Professor Stellenbosch University and James Urdang CEO & Founder Education Africa.
Date: 14 November
Time: 14:00 – 16:00
Venue: GIBS Classroom Africa