Made for more golf day fundraiser in Scottburgh

‘Made for More’ is a Non Profit Company (NPC Registration no. 2016/038814/08) and a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO no. 930055257) that aims to serve and empower people with disabilities.  Our vision is to see restoration, revival and hope in disabled communities. Their mission is guiding and empowering disabled communities to discover their abilities, worth and divine purpose through disability sport, whole life coaching, leadership, sports camps and community projects.

On November 4, 2017, the Made for More Golf Day Fundraiser will be held at the Scottburgh Golf Club.

“We are looking for individuals, companies and the community to get behind us and get involved by entering a four ball, sponsoring a hole or donating prizes. You can also request to have your own golf hole prize such as nearest the pin or the longest drive.  We want to create a really festive atmosphere on the course that is colourful and full of life,” commented Director: Made for More, Julia Morris (Scottburgh).

The following opportunities exist – sponsor a hole for  R500; the clubhouse area as well as Holes 1 and 10 will cost R1000 to sponsor as they are the most visible on the course. Please contact Julia@madeformore.org.za should you wish to be a part of this day.

Tee off times will be from 11am to 1pm.  The format is a four ball alliance, with two scores to count. Please book with Linda at 039 9760041 or e-mail admin@scottburghgolf.co.za There will be a Bring and braai after the golf and prize giving with salads and pap provided.

 Golf: R200 per person (R800 a four ball)

*Golf carts are available by request at the Pro shop on 039 976 0041. Please book in advance to secure your cart for the day.

‘Made for More’ is a Non Profit Company (NPC Registration no. 2016/038814/08) and a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO no. 930055257) that aims to serve and empower people with disabilities.

Our vision is to see restoration, revival and hope in disabled communities.

Our mission is guiding and empowering disabled communities to discover their abilities, worth and divine purpose through disability sport, whole life coaching, leadership/sports camps and community projects.

Love

Unity

Kindness

Justice

Righteousness

These values reveal our heart for what we hope to build the organisations foundations on. Firstly, we desire the love of Christ to be the foundation and guiding force in everything that we do.

We value unity because we strongly believe that visions thrive in an environment of unity which is the outflow of building and maintaining solid relationships. We desire unity for ALL God’s people and we hope to bring an environment of inclusion and oneness regardless of people’s disability, cultural background, socio-economic status or religious beliefs.

Kindness, justice and righteousness are values that are often not shown to people with disabilities therefore we desire to exercise these values in the hope of reviving, restoring and bringing justice to this community.

About:

‘Made for More’ was founded and built on relationships. Everything we do is created in and flows through relationships.  While working at a physically disabled school in Durban, South Africa,  I started to discover and see the need to invest in so much more than just education and sport and that there was a deep longing to know and be known more holistically. As my relationships grew with the children, a deep yearning for them to know that they were created for more began to stir in my heart. While journeying with a boy, Ranetsi Manyoni and seeing the affect that sport had in transforming his life physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually, I began to wonder why it should stop there. ‘Made for More’ uses sport as a vehicle to bring hope, build relationships, and instill morals and values, while equipping and giving athletes the opportunity to pursue their sporting careers provincially and on a National level. When coaching, we don’t just focus on a physical, one dimensional level, but we seek to go deeper and to invest in the heart of the athlete.  We desire our brothers and sisters to break free from societies conformities and stigma’s about who they are and what they can do, and discover that that are ‘Made for More’. We desire to see hearts and minds renewed as well as filled with a unique passion and purpose for their lives. We desire to see this people group restored and filled with love, acceptance and hope for a better future.

What we do?

*    Offer high performance coaching and chaplains to elite sportsman and existing teams within the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal and South Africa;

*      Offer structured educational and value based activities and exercise programs to children with disabilities within schools and existing organisations around the province;

*      Hold “Disability Awareness Days” within the community;

*      Hold elite sport camps that focus on 3 dimensional coaching on a physical, emotional and spiritual level.

*     Offer leadership camps that invest in, and cater for people with disabilities;

*    In partnership with an Adaptive surfing program in which we teach children water skills and how to body board and surf.

*      Swimming lessons and water safety for persons with disabilities

*     We offer discovery bible studies and life groups for those who desire to go deeper or learn more about the Christian faith.

 

Blue Roof Life Space

Our offices are based in the Blue Roof life space in Wentworth. This partnership allows us to extend our service delivery and offer a wider range of help and healing services. Blue Roof’s vision is to offer a Life Space where children, youth and their families can HEAL, DREAM and CREATE. Their mission is to disrupt the difficulties stacked against children & youth in the community, by offering friendship & support, health & educational services, & creative opportunities that can break the damaging cycles in the community. By partnering with Blue Roof to reach all people in and around the community, we now offer the following services:

 HEAL
Offer clinical and psychosocial support for people with disabilities.

 DREAM
A career centre offering support for students & young adults to assist them in making the right subject & career choice, & to link them into job or entrepreneurial opportunities. This is especially needed and helpful for people with disabilities.

 CREATE
Fun and fresh platforms that enable children & youth to explore, create & learn through Art, Dance, Photography & Film workshops, Music, Sport & After-School programs.

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Mid South Coast Rising Sun

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