Sponsor a Learner

Every child deserves to dream of a better future. SOLE enables children from underprivileged backgrounds to get closer to realising their dreams through a better education. 

Funding a child's entire schooling journey means you will be recognised as the child's official sponsor. Here is what to expect throughout your sponsorship.

LEARNER SELECTION

We will provide you with a choice of learners and their biographies, so you can decide who to sponsor. If you wish, we will tell the child who their sponsor is.

IMPLEMENTATION & EVALUATION

You will receive termly reports on the child's personal and academic growth, as well as personal letters from the learner.

DATA COLLECTION

& REVIEW

Celebrate the success of your sponsorship with beneficiary testimonials and your final report.

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Jarita, grade 8

The 4th of 5 children. Her parents migrated from Mozambique and settled  in South Africa. Her dream is to become a lawyer.

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Tetelo, grade 6

A dedicated young girl who dreams of becoming an architect. She wants to design and build a house for her parents.

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Tina, grade 4

Was not reading at grade level nor could she speak confidently in English.

She now participates in class with great enthusiasm.

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Oratile, grade 8

Lives with his mom, sister and nephew. He has dyslexia but works hard each day to reach his goal of becoming a pilot.

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Olwethu, grade 6

Was struggling to focus in class. With the help of his teachers and psychologists, he is now fully engaged in each lesson.

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Banele, grade 3

Lives with his granny who has been instrumental in his education journey. Banele is an example of the fruits of a supportive family. 

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Bongi, grade 2

Lives with her single mom

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Ndzalama, grade 5

Lives with single mom who is unemployed.

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Yael, grade 1

Yaya is an only child. She lives her mom, granny and uncle. All are unemployed. 

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Rodolfo, grade 1

Youngest of 5 children. Parents are Mozambiquen immigrants.

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Tshepo, grade 2

Lives with single mom who is unemployed.

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Musa, grade 2

One of 7 children. Lives with retired grandma.

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Pie-Ritta, grade 2

Youngest of 5 children. Parents are Malawian immigrants.

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Mpumi, grade 6

Lives with granny and uncle.

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Damilola, grade 2

Mom single and working a part time job. 

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Gabriele, grade 5

Lives with parents and siblings.  Parents are Mozambiquen immigrants.

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Naledi, grade 6

Lives with mom and granny. Mother runs a small catering business.

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Omolemo, grade 5

Mom single and unemployed. 

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Naledi, grade 1

Naledi lives with her grandma who is unemployed. 

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Prince, grade 8

Lives with his single mom and 2 sisters. 

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