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18 Jul 2017

 Sponsorship of Recreational Activities for the SOS Africa Charity Children...

 

Sponsor Recreational Activities for underprivileged African township children | Yoga, Martial Arts, Swimming

To supplement the organisation's holistic education and care programme, the SOS Africa staff believe in the importance of finding an activity or sport to inspire each of the children in their care. A welcome break from the stresses of academia, extra-curricular activities can also help children deal with potential barriers to learning. Martial Arts, for example can teach children self-discipline, socialisation skills and conflict resolution; if properly taught, these can be skills which last a lifetime.

The SOS Africa Charity is currently looking for sponsorship to organise the following Recreational Activities: (Click icons for more information)

Sponsor Martial Arts Lessons for the SOS Africa Charity Children    Recreational - Outings Icon.jpg   Sponsor Yoga Classes for the SOS Africa Charity children    

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