We give groups of young learners from communities across the Western Cape an opportunity to experience the therapeutic effect being on Table Mountain can provide.
To encourage young people to reclaim their heritage and reclaim their conservation spaces which have a potential to improve their well-being.
To transform the lives of socially troubled youth through nature therapy whilst others use nature as coping mechanism.
To retain our members from primary schools, nurture and develop their leadership skills, coach and mentor them until university and beyond.
To help amend broken relationships between our junior members with their parents through our peacebuilding program, under our Table Mountain Program.
Our conservation objective is to create more awareness on the importance of preserving our natural world, as our future is dependent on the sustainability of our environment, such as our conservation areas.
Our Programs Teach
Holistic discipline & the need to respect life & their environment
The value of respecting conservation areas & how that benefits the human species
Personal Development Skills like boosting self-esteem of the targeted children
Enhance communication skills of the pupils
Peace-building & Conflict resolution Skills
Leadership skills through ‘Leadership in Action Trainings’
Coach young leaders on mentoring (get a chance to mentor each other)
Teach children and youth entrepreneurial Skills
Environmental Topics Covered
Topics covered at these workshops include:
IMPORTANCE OF SAVING WATER AT THEIR SCHOOLS & COMMUNITIES
ADDRESS THE IMPACT OF LITTERING IN THEIR SCHOOL & COMMUNITIES
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION AND OTHER POLLUTIONS
EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO FOOD SECURITY
IMPORTANCE TO PRESERVE OUR WETLANDS AROUND OUR COMMUNITIES
A NEED TO PRESERVE OUR BIODIVERSITY AND INDIGENOUS PLANTS
THE THREAT OF ALIEN TREES TO OUR CAPE FLORAL KINGDOM (FYNBOS)