make a difference
RTC offers multiple ways for anyone to get involved in changing the story of orphans in South Africa and unleashing the potential of the country's future leaders.find out how
Changing real lives
We believe that exposure to other cultures and perspectives broadens the mind and enriches personal experiences.
For many scholars, coming to school in Gauteng is a taste of the world. We want to extend that taste beyond Gauteng, to include the whole world, whether that means a variety of professions or exposure to individuals and families from all over the world
We're not focused on short term solutions, but are seeking outstanding long term returns on our investments.
What does this mean?
It means that we track lots of data.
1. How healthy are the relationships our children have with their family members?
2. How are they doing in school?
3. What happens after our program participants graduate?
We are deeply committed to making sure that all of the funds spent on our children help them become mature, independent, generous adults with skills and jobs - all at the lowest possible cost
How do we measure success?
By tracking the employment of our alumni, as well as their continued support of RTC.
RTC draws connections between the great local resources already embedded in African communities.
We invest heavily in education, breaking the bottleneck of poor education in these communities in order to achieve transforming outcomes for orphans & vulnerable children.
RTC seeks to reduce waste and boost return on your social investment by partnering with people & institutions that can deliver outcomes.
raise a child
Mentor a scholar
RTC is looking for committed individuals who want to serve our community as mentors.
We are looking for individuals who have the desire and interest to work with us to empower and develop our scholars to become the futures leaders in their respective fields and communities
Passionate about engaging with youth
Commitment to mentor a scholar for a minimum of a full year.
See the scholar consistently as agreed upon by both the mentor and the scholars
Attend two training sessions offered by Raise the Children