First Stakeholder Session

The Amandla Omoya Trust, which was formed as a Community Trust, with the main purpose of carrying on public benefit activities within a 50 kilometre radius of the Jeffreys...

These community organizations participated in the Trust’s first Stakeholder consultation, providing the Trustees with the opportunity to introduce their intentions, the background and communicate very clearly the terms of communication.

Community stakeholder’s consultation also provide an initial database, with meant that NPO community organisation could begin engaging other community base organizations to participate in this initiative.

The Trust allocated its first grant to two organizations, namely Teen Challenge, which received R172 000 and Child Welfare, who were granted R192 000, for the implementation of their projects.

There are 15 Organizations that participated in the Stakeholders meeting in March 2016 and whilst many of these have not submitted their proposal to the Trust, they are however involved in an ongoing discussion with the Implementation manager on future opportunities for them.