Thibudi Precious Khalo founder and managing director of The Student For Life Organisation.
The Student For Life Organisation (Seflo) is challenging people to make learning easier through the Forty4Forty campaign.
The campaign is aimed at high schools by donating scientific calculators to needy learners. Seflo is a non-profit organisation which assists learners through career guidance, motivation and growing confidence of the youth to fulfil their dreams.
The organisation provides mentorship at schools and incentives for good academic performance with award ceremonies improving the learners’ chances of getting a university degree.
The organisation aims to donate 40 scientific calculators to the needy learners across Limpopo. They appeal to people who can help make this initiative a possibility to come on board.
“Let us make a difference to the less fortunate, disadvantaged and less privileged. We urge everyone to come and help one learner at a time. We are investing in their future,” said Thibudi Khalo, founder and managing director of Seflo.
Donations can be made at Capitec Bank 1501563481, branch code 470010. For inquiries contact Thibudi Khalo at 076 486 1748 or firstname.lastname@example.org