1MILLIONR1’S – GOAL R 100 00 00
Today 4 Tomorrow (T4T) is a student led and registered (REF: 182-623) Non-Profit
Organization and Public Benefit Organization that aims at giving back to the surrounding communities through Tutoring, Mentorship and Career Guidance. Students from our very own UWC soil donate 3 hours of their valuable time every Saturday to Tutor and Mentor our younger siblings in township schools, enhancing the learners’ perceptions of their grades, efforts and careers. We like to encourage students, learners and everyone in touch with the programme to start working on their tomorrow, today.
Our Mission is to enhance the quality of learners’ attitude and perception of their future, regardless of the desirability of their learning environment and inaccessibility to prestigious learning resources.
We envision ourselves running an effective Tutoring, Mentorship, Career Guidance and Social Wellness programme led by University students across the nation, for the pupils across South African disadvantaged areas. Our forward vision is to strive to become an organization in technology-based learning solutions, capable of moving along with current trends and making education fashionable amongst the youth. We also believe that for our scope of improvisation, the sky is the limit and we are always ready to take our achievements to the next level.
Today 4 Tomorrow (T4T) annually runs a calculator campaign for learners from disadvantaged schools who are doing Mathematics and/or Accounting. We are in our third year of this campaign, because of its success previously, we have decided to increase our pool of learners that we will raise these calculators for. This year in order to get more people involved and raise awareness of how learners from disadvantaged schools struggle with even what seems basic to the next person; we want to run the calculator campaign using the hashtag or tagline, #1millionR1’s from 1 million citizens. To do this effectively we want to be accessible to more people. Previously we did radio interviews at Metro FM, Umhlobo FM etc, but people had no channels to donate through, hence us deciding to exhaust crowdfunding options.