Eliminating bullying in schools

by National Children's Theater

 Gauteng, South Africa  Social Need  Poverty Alleviation  Education

Different Donations
Direct Donations
R 80,000
Funded to date
R 80,000


The change to the National Children's Theatre Project is necessitated by the measures imposed by the South African government to curb the spread of COVID-19 amongst its citizens. The project previously contemplated was a production performed at various schools in Soweto, Diepsloot and Orange Farm - which will now no longer be possible, nor viable. Instead, the National Children's Theatre has requested that the funds be repurposed to construct a simple outdoor amphitheatre on its grounds in Parktown, so that children may safely enjoy productions.

National Children’s Theatre (NCT) is a Non-Profit, Public Benefit, Section 18a Organisation, run by the National Children’s Theatre Trust (NCTT) and is situated in two heritage houses in Parktown, Johannesburg, on long lease from the City Council.

Since the new management under the leadership of Moira Katz in 2012, the company has been building a reputation as Gauteng’s premier children’s theatre, extending their range from regular theatre and musicals to include educational programmes, an HIV/AIDS information programme, a bullying awareness programme, and also classics for high schools.

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Project activity

Funded to date:

R 80,000

Funding goal: R 80,000
NGO: National Children's Theater
Start: 31st October 2019
End: 30th November 2020
PBO: 93000 2081
NPO: 001-408
Field agent: Moira Katz