Giant Heart Targeted Cornubia, KwaMashu, Umlazi and Chatsworth for Career Exhibition
Our target group would be Unemployed Graduates and Out of school Youth, at least those who have Grade 10, 11 and 12. Graduates that will be invited and those who want to divert their Careers. Youth who also want to start their small and CO- Ops are more than welcome.
Youth will have opportunity to be captured in Labour Department and Durban Municipality database and some will have an opportunity for Agricultural diploma course with Imbewu Community Development.
We need to stand up and put our hands together in fight against Gender Based Violence in our country. This is a serious issue that the world is facing, and we have to educate residence so that they can see it's development in our households before it even goes to the public.
Gender Based Violence Campaign
Medals after a hard work
Cornubia indoors league launch
Indoors soccer league was launched in Cornubia indoors sports. This was a great success by ward 102 sport committee in partner with Giant Heart, Safer Cities, ABM. This programme aims on fighting drugs and crime in the community and develop talent to young kids.
Crowning the winner
Showing us a prize
Commemorating People With Disability
Show them love, tell them "we love you"
Welbidacht Civic Association, EMAP and Giant Heart took a moment to commemorate people with disability in Welbedacht East in Chatsworth.
It is important to take time and spend with those who are going through some difficulties due to their state of health and show them love make them see that they are not forgotten, and they are not alone.
Brighten Beach Clean Up
Giant Heart was out to join other organizations
for a beach clean up. This was a good initiative
in keeping our beaches clean and encourage
others to join hands in keeping our places clean
Giant Heart Community Services
Community League Launch
Its been an exiting moment after community soccer and netball play grounds were prepared for a league launch that was hosted by Giant Heart. The event was also sponsored by Ashram. Winners were crowned but that was just the beginning as more fields will be opened for community league.
Sport is another weapon to fight drugs, crime and also develop talent and give health and wellness. Cornubia Sport Committee, Giant Heart, Safer Cities give a platform for such great initiative to Cornubia residents.
Welbedacht Sport event
STAND UP FOR YOUR CHANGE
A big up to Welbeducht residents after showing support to a sport event that was
meant to reduce youth on the streets and give a platform to sustainable
sport activities in the community.
DSW Law enforcement, Operational and Education in action with Giant Heart and Safer Citie
Early Christmas to kids
Thanks to mama Nxumalo for Sihlangene Sonke Foundation and Giant Heart who brought early Christmas to this kids.
Christmas present are ready to be be handed over to kids.
Asimthande Kheswa of Sihlangene Sisonke and Owethu Buthelezi of Giant Heart.
Entertainment by Amatshitshi Omhlanga
ANOTHER DRUGS CAMPAIGN WITH SAFER CITIES
it is up to you and I to get
involve in a fight against
dungs and save lives of young children
Use of drugs and alcohol is a serious issue that affects our community. Giant Heart and Safer Cities takes an initiative to fight against drugs which has bad effects to our youth. We must always finds some ways to educate and created activities that will minimize chances of youth for getting involve in drugs activities.
Being giant-hearted will means you must always lead the community by example and be always in a hands-on team. You need not wait for someone to do it but find ways to lead.
Cleaning road cyles
Changing waste to income through recycling
Clearing illegal dumping zones
DSW joining a winning team
A team that make changes
Keep your place clean
As Giant Heart our health movement is to encourage people to always keep their place clean and help them to achieve a better stay. Through educational programs and be physically hands-on to change the environment we are leaving in.
With our partners, we are willing to timeously visit residents for guidance and offer resources to achieve better environmental stay.
THEIR LIVES MATTERS
This was a campaign on drugs issues that affect our youth in society. The aim was to develop programs that will help children to keep them away from the streets and introduce productive initiatives with the help of different stakeholders.