We address problems in schools & university's like
One of the leading causes of teenage delinquencies is the absence of fathers at home and in the family structure. Mothers nurture and share love, where fathers specifically established identity and security in a child.
Through Second Chance we endeavor to bring young people to a place where they can receive that security and identity through life-changing and inspired testimonies. Second Chance is an initiative launched specifically to reach out to the local schools and universities of South Africa and abroad. This will be done through the sharing of testimonies and stories of hope. These testimonies will be shared through inspired speakers who has gone through certain challenging experiences in life and overcame them.
PROBLEM AREAS TO BE ADDRESSED
Negative Peer Pressure
Lack of Identity
Our speakers and organisations we
have worked with
AND THEIR SHORT STORY
Leon du Preez
Having grown up with religion I experienced a great deal of condemnation and the feeling of hopelessness. I struggled with anger, sought identity in partying but one encounter with God broke every addiction and bondage in my life in one instance.
Gerhard van wyk
Since I can remember the greatest battle I had to face was knowing who I was. I never had Identity, faced severe rejection and abuse but one encounter with God changed my life forever.
Organisations we have previously partnered with
SANCA (South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency) is a Non-Profit Organization and in existence since 1969. The Centre officially opened as a Rehabilitation Centre on 7 March 1984. Though situated in Polokwane the Organisation delivers services to the whole Limpopo Province. Services are rendered on an Out- Patient basis, to Substance Abusers, their Families and the Community at large. SANCA Limpopo Alcohol and Drug Centre has positioned itself as a leader and specialist in the field of addiction in the Limpopo province.
• Blue Cross Namibia seeks to improve the quality of life of Namibians by reducing the rate of alcohol, drugs and substance abuse.
As second chance, we have reached many regions across South Africa and Namibia. We have seen the effectiveness of our speakers’ testimonies in the lives of the youth, and that the youth could relate to the life stories shared. Through this, they had hope. We saw many lives changed, and even the relationships between the scholar and the teachers improved.
- Walvis Bay