We thank heartily, the following donors for enabling the LAG vision in 2020 and 2021.

Kliptown Youth Program (KYP), in Kliptown

Phakamani Young Minds Academy (PYMA), in Freedom Park

Elton John Masibambisane OVC (Masi), in Eldorado Park

Thato ke Matla Child Foster Care and Orphanage (TKM), in Orange Farm

Boys and Girls Clubs of South Africa (BGCSA), Pimville and Mofolo Clubs


Funds and Equipment
The LAG is a registered Section 18A, Public Benefit Organisation, authorized to issue Section 18A Tax Certificates. This means that a taxpayer making a bona fide donation in cash or of property in kind to a section 18A approved organisation, is entitled to a deduction from taxable income if the donation is supported by the necessary section 18A receipt issued by the LAG. To donate funds and equipment (i.e., Laptop Computers, Office Printers, Projectors, etc.), contact mandla.ngcobo@thelag.org.za.
Volunteer professional services
 We need accounting and legal professional services. To donate time and effort, you can forward an email to connect@thelag.org.za.
Become a guest speaker
Be a guest speaker at any time during the programme. Learners love to hear real inspiring stories from well experienced guests. You can also participate in our annual initiative called “a day with students, graduates and subject matter experts”. If you can talk from your heart and experience, to inspire their young hearts and minds, you can play a role. To participate, contact the lag team on connect@thelag.org.za.
Schoolbags and other gift items
Schoolbags, backpacks, and other gift items are used to reward all participants that achieve the required attendance rate, and those that exceed expectations. Items can be branded to promote the various brands, however, branded items do not quality for a Section 18A tax certificates. To help us reward commitment and dedication, you can contact mandla.ngcobo@thelag.org.za.