YouthDay bannerIn celebration of future father's this Youth month, we’d like you to help us send 40 young men to attend a MOT SA Youth leadership and life skills training camp.

Every time you swipe your MySchool or linked Woolies card before 30 June, you’ll be helping sponsor 40 young men to attend a MOT SA Youth Leadership camp.

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The camp is designed to equip each young man with leadership skills, practical tools and valuable knowledge to make a lasting positive change in their communities, now and in the future. Top SA comedian, Nik Rabinowitz will be a guest speaker at the camp and as a father of two young boys he’ll share his story of pursuing his dream to become a comedian in a tough entertainment industry.

To help us grow these future leaders in celebration of Father’s Day, simply swipe your card at any Woolies store and we’ll make an additional donation to MOT SA on your behalf – along with the funds you raise for your chosen charities or schools.

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With the funds raised MOT SA can help equip more young people with leadership and life-skills tools through their training camps.  Get a Free MySchool card today.

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Immersing young people into a culture of respect, love and belonging is what MOT SA is all about. For the 55 students attending the most recent MOT SA leadership camp, the chance to gain leadership skills, practical tools and knowledge will help these young MOTivators bring their community projects to life.  

For MOT Founder, Atle Vårvik, this focus on acknowledgement and belonging is the key to reaching young people, to tap into their energy and potential to lead the change needed to overcome societal challenges. The reality, however, is that for many young and vulnerable people, gang leaders offer an identity and sense of belonging, which can often lead to a life of crime. That’s why MOT SA’s work is so valuable, in helping empower young people to make a lasting positive change at their college campuses, high schools and communities. 


The appearance by MOT Brand Ambassadors as guest motivational speakers at the camp helped address the real challenges that these young people face daily. Ecy Litsoane, a local entrepreneur, focused on providing the youth with tools and practical tips on what’s needed to run a successful business. Other role models such as MJ Li, and Simon Ekin, also helped inspire and encourage Young MOTivators to overcome their obstacles by being true to themselves, focusing on their goals and dreams and caring for one another. 


The next exciting event is Young MOTivators’ Inspiration Event in October where newly trained youth leaders will present their community projects to the MOT SA office and fellow peers.