What Is It That You Want...And, Are You Prepared To Do Whatever It Takes Legally, Ethically And Morally To Get It?
Have You Asked Yourself That Question Recently....And Answered it?
Seize the opportunity to learn from a world authority of The Cash Flow Game !
Kelly Ritchie, CEO SalesPartners Worldwide is here again! So, you are invited to a Cash Flow Game with a difference...hosted by SalesPartners Cape Town.
Date: Saturday, 10th November, 2012
Time: 10.00 am – 2.00 pm
Venue: Cape Club, Leinster Hall, Weltevreden Street, Gardens.
Admission Fee: R350 per person, payable in advance.
• How many of you have often wondered why some people succeed and some do not?
• Would you like to be successful doing the work you were born to do and are passionate about?
We are all surrounded with equal opportunities, and we all have 24 hours a day. There is very little physical and intellectual difference between people who earn a small income and people who make plenty of money.
What game are you playing? It is imperative that we know what we want to achieve and take opportunities to invest our time, energy and money in moving towards our goals.
If you believe that you deserve more of the possibilities available to you, and you can learn from a true world authority of the Cash Flow Game...
Please RSVP Now to Book. Limited intake – first come, first served.
West Coast Network Annual Golf Day 2012
We invite you to take part in West Coast Network’s [WCN] 13th Annual Charity Golf Day. The day promises to be fun-filled, as always, and is a “great day out of the office”. Besides the golf, there will be lots of “action” on the tee boxes, including eats & drinks, to ensure an enjoyable golfing experience.
The WCN Annual Charity Golf Day gives you and/or your company the perfect opportunity to network, to promote your company, treat your clients for the day, make new business contacts, or simply to catch up with old friends. What better way to spend the day…having fun AND making a real contribution to a worthy cause.
Despite very difficult times, we were able to raise R50, 000 last year and this really shows the calibre and spirit of the people that participate in our golf day. This year we have chosen TLC Street Children Outreach Project and West Riding Primary School, two charities that do an amazing job in our communities [more information on them below]. Now more than ever charities desperately need funding, and by participating in our day, YOU will be helping us to raise R50, 000 [our goal]….a “tuff ask” I know, but with your help we can do it.
How can you get involved? Corporate sponsorship is the best way, and by sponsoring a hole you get:
* Automatic 4-ball entry.
More about the charities:
TLC Outreach Project [TLC] : is a non-profit, welfare organisation, registered with the Department of Social Development. Our purpose is to care for destitute youth at risk. Working together towards a brighter future. Our society is faced with a multitude of challenges as a result of human ignorance and neglect as well as natural threats. But, for every one of these problems, there is a solution. This is why good people of TLC Projects are working tirelessly to solve these problems to build a better society for all who live in it. TLC Projects are currently working in six settlements where they have started to build up the lives of many families and children through feeding projects, educational programs and social outreaches. Since 1996 our community based project has been rehabilitating the children scattered on our streets because of abuse, addiction and extreme poverty many of whom have found their way to the streets in search of a safe haven. Over the past few years our project has extended the reach of our preventative program to help meet the needs of informal settlement children at risk. By networking with other organisations and our local police station together, we have united these diverse settlements together under a blanket of love and care. We operate from a practically-centered perspective and work closely with the youth at risk in these cluster communities to offer relief and rehabilitation to the children often facing multifaceted levels of abuse. Our main objective is the facilitation of the preventative programs in the settlements. Edu-care play rooms and youth cabins have been erected by TLC to accommodate on site programs. Day and night outreaches target children under the age of 18 living on the streets. The main goals of which, are to move them to a place of safety or re unite them with a family member. TLC's counseling arm lends itself to sexual, physical and emotional restoration. Employment and education opportunities are also provided where possible. The foundations of our intervention policy are the programs of family reunification and early intervention, cemented together by counseling and skills development as a means of social upliftment. All settlements are fed on their allocated days and basic needs of shelter and clothing are also attended to. TLC engages these communities in regular education, motivation and social upliftment programs and exciting events such as fun at the beach, various sporting activities and movie outings which are hosted by TLC throughout the year. STREET CHILDREN ARE A REALITY THAT SHOULD CONCERN US AS MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY. USUALLY THE VICTIMS OF POVERTY, VIOLENCE, HOMELESSNESS AND HUNGER, FOR THEM, LIFE ON THE STREET IS OFTEN NO WORSE THAN THE LIFE THEY LEFT BEHIND. Info on TLC Street Children Outreach Project. For more information I recommend that you visit www.tlcprojects.org.co.za.
West Riding Primary School [WRPS] : is appealing for funding. Situated in the Table View area, WRPS opened its doors in humble beginnings of being housed in prefabricated classes, with a playground made of stone gravel in 2008. We were also fortunate enough to have the use of drop toilets. This was due to the fact that our school building was still under construction with very little to show parents. With our pupils now working in cold conditions through winter and sweltering conditions in summer, further delays were incurred due to the initial construction company being unable to complete the project for reasons unknown to us as management of the school. In order to secure the completion of the school, a second contractor was employed and the funding that was earmarked by Public Works in order to complete the school’s sports fields was then allocated to the second contractor. In March 2009, we were finally given approval to move into the first phase of the building; with final hand over of the entire school taking place in September 2009. But this did not end our dilemma of the sports fields. After much correspondence and many telephone calls to Public Works we are still trying to get assistance from them to complete the laying of our sports fields. We are a school fee paying school, so you may ask yourself how are we trying to fund this dilemma ourselves. Here is the only route available to us at present: the majority of our families are from the low socio economic group, hence from 650 learners we budgeted to have an exemption percentage of only 20%. But by keeping a close eye on the income received thus far and calculating the exemptions passed to parents, we have far exceeded this 20%. We are going to lose a further ±R500 000 between bad debts and extra exemptions. In essence this means that the normal day-to-day running costs and items that we have previously set a budget for purchase during the year will no longer be in sight. Whatever school fees we do collect has to be reserved for our core business of providing teachers in the classes paid by the School Governing Body and for providing the class room equipment, writing books, stationery etc. We are also holding various fund-raising activities during the year, but funds raised from these events will be absorbed into the normal running expenses of the school year’s budget. So with the current collection rate and servicing of our core business we have a huge challenge to our school to get funds together for the laying of our sports fields and other large projects needing financial attention. The projects that we are appealing for financial assistance vary from long term medium term and short term.