Training Catalogue

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    “It is every man’s obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it.”
    – Albert Einstein

    WWISE Hands was founded in 2009 by Legal Owner of WWISE, Shabaana Ali. WWISE Hands is an initiative aimed towards uplifting and growing the community. More than 60% of children aged 0-17 are poor and over 20% of the Gauteng population live in abject poverty exacerbating the need for community outreach programs. The idea behind the WWISE Hands initiative is to reduce poverty rates one small step at a time by providing the necessary equipment and knowledge to those in need.
    New Beginningz

    New Beginningz

    New beginningz is very close to our hearts as it is the saddest but most beautiful story to tell. Ranging from ages 2 – 13 years old, these little angels have crawled into our hearts. We try our best to makes sure that these angels have the best life we can offer by providing them with the needs of everyday life. WWISE Hands wants these kids to live in the safe and secure environment that they deserve.

    Laudium Cricket Club

    Laudium Cricket Club

    LCC was started in 1992 with the ambition and motivation for providing opportunities for all young and talented cricketers. WWISE, as their sponsor, wants them to be the best version of themselves by equipping them with what they need and showing them that they can be exactly what they want to be by believing in themselves.

    Gift of the Givers

    Gift of the Givers

    The Gift of the Givers Foundation is the largest disaster response non-governmental organisation of African origin on the African continent. The essence of our presence is to bring hope and restore dignity to the most vulnerable.

    Cape Town Homeboys 7's

    Cape Town Homeboys 7’s

    WWISE is a proud sponsor of the Cape Town Homeboyz which assists the club with sporting equipment and gear.

    All Star Soccer Team

    Another one of WWISE’s sponsors. It’s a pleasure sponsoring each team, knowing the kit makes the teams feel more confident.