During the lockdown The Adamjee Foundation was able to secure a permit to continue functioning as an essential service providing critical food items to those in need.
Overwhelmed with emotions and close to tears Catherine was overcome with happiness and gratitude for her new and renovated home in River Park.
When the opportunity to offer children a passport to adventures and an exhilarating escape from everyday life arose, The Adamjee Foundation could not refuse.
On the 24th and 25th of April 2019, 10 selected teachers were given the opportunity to expand their skill set and become experienced in delivering first aid to students.
In an effort to establish and maintain a growing relationship with the students of the Adamjee Foundation Academic Programme (AFAP), the organisation hosts a tri-annual seminar in an effort to mentor, guide and motivate the students to be the best and most productive version of themselves.
Through the narrow bustling streets of Alexandra, the Adamjee Foundation (AF) volunteers weaved their way through the community to hand out 1000 free meals at the Alexandra Islamic Help Desk on the 10th of November 2018.
Ravaged by Johannesburg’s torrential showers, under-developed communities sometimes face the worst aftermath of the storm. Alexandra, a township in Johannesburg happens to be one such community which is continuously afflicted with harsh destruction of homes and major displacement…
Following in the footsteps of Madiba, The Adamjee Foundation does its part to support those that are underprivileged and disadvantaged. The volunteers have been visiting Thuthuzela Community Aid Centre since January 2016 in an effort to assist them with their English through play.
Many of us are blessed with the gift of sight, which we often take for granted. When we don’t, many of us are fortunate enough to be able to visit the optician to correct remedy the ailment. For those from less fortunate backgrounds, this is not always the case.
In the heart of Alexandra, a township in Johannesburg, lies Realogile High School. Having grown up in low income environments, the learners may not have always been given the opportunity to widen their horizons…