Always on the go

KCC has been participating in a number of events, recently. Early January we reopend and shortly after we attended a two days tournament that we had been invited to by the counselor and local soccer club.

In February we had two workshops, one for girls and one for boys - Kgomotso Girls of Success and Kgomotso Smart Boys. We had an Easter fun day trip to a swimming pool at the end of March. And of course we have been enjoying our afternoons at the children centre learning, eating and playing together. For more impresssions have a look at your gallery.

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Coming out on top of more than 1,000 nominees Kgomotso Nyalungo, founder of KCC, has won the community builder of the year award for the dedicated work she has been doing. 

For the second time Kgomotso Children Centre hosted the career exhibition to give adolescent students an idea on future plans, education and job possibilities.

This Youth Day KCC took it to another level. Two trucks and a dozen cars lined up for a fun drive through Soshanguve and Winterveld. After the drive celebrations went on.

June 16 KCC hosts the 7th Annual Community funwalk and youth celebration. It takes place on Machengers Sports Ground (Block LL, Soshanguve) from 9 a.m.

In March we were visited by #GTISanitaryPadDrive. They came to donate sanitary items to the girls of KCC. We like to share what they wrote after their visit.

Time is floating. It seems we are almost half way through 2019. KCC has been participating in a number of events this year, already. It's time for a short update.

Just before KCC closed its gates for the christmas holidays kids and parents were invited to attend the awards ceremony and end year celebration. We looked back at an extraordinary year.

This year we eventually had a summer camp which we last had one in 2014. These 6 days at Jabulani Camp Site brought a lot of joy to all kids and staff who took part in it.

June 16 saw KCC hold it’s annual fun walk and youth day celebration. A long and powerful walk and numerous emotional performances highlighted the day. 

It was the first career expo at KCC. Students from grade 9 to grade 12 had been invited to inform themselves about the different ways they can go in high school and after matric.