DO MORE FOUNDATION 2022 IMPACT REPORT
This year was punctuated with devastating events that affected young children and their families, but as an organisation whose vision is “to create better tomorrows for South Africa’s young children”, it was incumbent on us to #DoMore.
Real Reform for Early Childhood Development (#RR4ECD)
Over the past two years, the DO MORE FOUNDATION has been a proud active member of Real Reform for Early Childhood Development (#RR4ECD) – a democratic movement advocating for holistic, well-funded, inclusive and quality Early Childhood Development (ECD) services for all of South Africa’s young children.
Our role as a backbone organisation
Since 2019, the DO MORE FOUNDATION (founded by RCL Foods) has come to formally identify itself as a Backbone Support Organisation within a Collective Impact framework. We believe in the importance of working in collaborative partnerships with key public and private stakeholders to meet the needs of young children as set out in South Africa’s National Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy.
DO MORE FOUNDATION NOVEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER
Every year, the Rainbow team in Worcester hosts a Rainbow Suppliers Charity Golf Day in support of the DO MORE FOUNDATION’s work with young children in the surrounding communities of Worcester.
Making healthy food choices easier in the Early Childhood Development (ECD) sector
Since childhood is the most important developmental stage of life, eliminating all forms of malnutrition in children is the ultimate goal, and Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres in South Africa are at the core of supplying healthy nutrition to children. The DO MORE FOUNDATION, founded by RCL Foods, has endeavored to proactively tackle the malnutrition issues in South Africa by activating the power of those who care for young children. “We recognise the importance of nutrition and the vital role that ECD centre principals, in tandem with parents and teachers, need to fulfil in ensuring good nutrition in these developmental years” – Dr Jessica Ronaasen, National Programmes Lead at the DO MORE FOUNDATION.