In 2017 already, our nonprofit partner, Good Work Foundation (GWF), has delivered a conservation awareness programme to over 600 grade five learners who come from the communities outside of Londolozi.

The Coaching for Conservation (C4C) programme blends digital learning with life skills and soccer coaching to encourage young people to think about their relationship with themselves, their peers and their environment.

A further 1100 children will experience the C4C programme this year, and all 1700 will experience a day in the Kruger National Park, led by GWF’s passionate conservation facilitators.

Our team at Londolozi believes so passionately in GWF’s ethos of wonder-filled learning. In today’s blog, we want to post a video so that you can share in the fun. This is innovation!

With thanks to Lesley McNutt (C4C Founder) and Investec Rhino Lifeline for their sponsorship and collaboration on the C4C programme. Thanks also to Konica Minolta South Africa, the Mpumalanga Department of Education and Kruger’s Kids in Parks programme for exposing young people to the beauty of wildlife and conservation.

If you would like to contribute to the Coaching for Conservation programme, click here.

Filed under 2020 Vision GWF

About the Author

Ryan James


I am the Head of Development at Londolozi's not-for-profit partner organisation, the Good Work Foundation (GWF). GWF focuses on education, in particular helping people living in rural areas to connect to a new, digital Africa and all of its opportunities.

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