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If you missed the performance of HOLD ON last year, this is your chance. Back by popular demand: the Youth Enrichment Programme is performing HOLD ON again this Friday at NG Bonaero Park in Kempton. Tickets are R30. Please book your tickets ahead of time with Japie by emailing email@example.com
MES CMR in Mondeor has taken initiative to start a women’s programme called “Development of Women project” this project commenced on the 12th of March, looking at the broader needs of women and linking resources to help assist disempowered woman to reach their full potential and live more meaningful lives.
New partnership with Visions Gymnastics and Hyprop to introduce gymnastics to the inner city children, the kids can't wait to get started!
Another year that God has given and entrusted MES to do is his work for him in helping him "change the hearts of his people". And you can join us by being part of the events we are going to host through out the year. Click below to see important dates for 2013. We trust to see you at our events.
MES – a social development organisation in the inner-city of Johannesburg – together with Mosaiek invited our partners, friends-in-ministry, individuals and organizations that are involved in transforming their communities to a one day workshop on the 23rd of August. 80 delegates attended the one day workshop which addressed various social development topics such as:
§ How do we empower disempowered individuals / communities in a sustainable way?
MONTROSE FOUNDATION HORSE THERAPY
The Montrose Foundation Board of Trustees awarded MES Cape Town with a R45 000 sponsorship recently. This was for 8 individuals to enrol in their Equine Assisted Youth Development Programme this year.
This programme is facilitated on De Grendel Wine Estate outside Plattekloof and is run by Stacey Doorly-Jones, General Manager of Montrose Foundation.
CRISIS CENTRE KUILS RIVER
The much needed MES Cape Town Crisis Centre finally opened on the 1st of March 2012.
Its purpose is to accommodate women in crisis. It is mainly a 72 hour facility for referring organisations, but not always. Depending on the individual in crisis it may be longer than 72 hours, but it would never be long term.
20 AUGUST 2012—Did you hear that? If the sounds were unbeknown to you; let me fill you in. Hillbrow Theatre was filled with the cheers and cries of applause this past weekend as the MES Youth Enrichment programme took the stage by storm with an enticing musical production entitled, Hold On. Featuring some eclectic musical choices and bold choreography, it was an invigorating tale depicting the trials and tribulations faced by many youth today. The vastly talented young men and women who took the stage were a refreshing reminder of the importance of family, honesty and integrity, and faith.