SERITI INSTITUTE AND THE DO MORE FOUNDATION PARTNER TO SPREAD NUTRITION MESSAGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY
SERITI Institute has embarked on a partnership with the Do More Foundation to empower 150 nutrition leaders to be confident in delivering nutrition messages in their local communities with the Eat Love Play Talk Programme. Individuals from the Work.Grow.Learn, aRe Bapaleng and National Youth Service Programme showed significant improvement in nutrition, play and facilitation knowledge building their confidence as nutrition leaders.
The DO MORE FOUNDATION and Selati Cup Launch the “BaBonise! Show Them” Campaign.
The DO MORE FOUNDATION, founded by RCL FOODS, have partnered with the Selati Cup 2023 soccer tournament in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga to launch a campaign encouraging the active involvement of men in children’s lives.
DO MORE FOUNDATION FEBRUARY 2023 NEWSLETTER
Last week, we officially launched our new DO MORE FOUNDATION website in partnership with communications royalty, The Hardy Boys, and software and website design company No Logo Studios.
‘Everyone Gets to PLAY’ - A Collective Impact Model to help the next generation thrive.
The DO MORE FOUNDATION (DMF), founded by RCL FOODS, is leading an innovative collective impact approach to tackling a range of South Africa’s toughest challenges in some of its poorest areas, placing the needs of our youngest citizens firmly at its centre.
#DoMore4Worcester Newsletter February 2023
The young child sector in Worcester remains vibrant on all fronts. The DO MORE FOUNDATION (DMF) is privileged to engage with many stakeholders in the community including Early Childhood Development (ECD) forums, the public sector, civil society organisations, and academia to continue making “Worcester a place where young children flourish!”
EAT LOVE PLAY TALK: Resource library (open source)
EAT LOVE PLAY TALK is a community-based programme that packages public health messaging in an interactive and non-didactic way to empower caregivers/parents around making small habit changes and healthier nutrition choices for their young children and families