Earlier in August, the Hazyview Digital Learning Centre was finally opened. A project that has been years in planning and months in the building, the opening was a very special day for the Good Work Foundation as well as the people in the communities surrounding Hazyview who will be positively affected by this leapfrog learning centre. The centre aims to offer both adult and children the opportunity to register for the Learning centre, use the digital facilities inside and empower themselves with the skills necessary to gain employment in the future. Below are a couple of pictures I took of this brand new centre. It is both an inspiring and humbling experience to wander through the facilities and see the results of visionary thinking, financial donations and much hard work! Enjoy…
As with many projects which are developed to benefit and empower previously disadvantaged people, they require ongoing work and attention. One of the Good Work Foundation’s main roles in the Hazyview Digital Learning Centre is to manage the project, curriculums and development of new learning initiatives. Already many corporate donors have contributed sums of money which are being used to directly fund individual learners through the Learning Centre. If you would like to get involved or contribute in some way, shape or form you can find out more on the Good Work Foundations website HERE.
Photographed by: Rich Laburn
Filed under 2020 Vision GWF Life
This is the MOST amazing project!!! So fresh and SUCH a new way of education— WELL DONE all so very proud!
It warms the heart to see opportunity in learning and skills open up to people who did not have access before, education is for the betterment of all mankind. Thank you!
How exciting — and LOVE the Tree of Knowledge! May all that study there flourish beneath its branches!
Unbelievable work Katie, you can be incredibly proud of what you have all achieved!