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The Feel Good Project - Staff 

The tfg Project team is led by William Bent. He is supported by Basil Carelse, Helen Magazi, Molly Mapendere, Nobom Ntsuntswana and Cynthia Mapiye.

 

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The Feel Good Project - Board

The Feel Good Project has representatives from both TFG as well as Learn to Earn on it. The Board meet once a quarter.

The Feel Good Project - Legal & BEE status

Legal Status
The project was established in 2009 as a section 21 company between LtE, a not for profit and TFG, a JSE listed company.
Section 21 Not for Profit Company: 2009/016429/08
VAT No – 4740254737

Audited financials
Audited financial documents are available for the following years:

2012-2013 (year end 31 March 2013)
2011-2012 (year end 31 March 2012)
2010-2011 (year end 31 March 2011)
2009-2010 (year end 31 March 2010)

 

 

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The Feel Good Project Overview

The aim of the project is to fight poverty by training unemployed people in skills relevant to the retail supply chain.

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Unemployed people

 

 

 

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Graduate from a LtE training course
in either sewing or office administration

 

 

 

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TFG shop returns, sample lines,
garment overruns and rejects

 

 

 

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 Receive, clean, repair

 

 

 

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Warehouse and dispatch

 

 

 

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Repaired items sold in a
Feel Good Store

 

 

 

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Profit goes back into
The Feel Good Project

 

 


THE FEEL GOOD PROJECT - "Doing good never goes out of fashion"


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Established in 2008, the feel good Project (tfgP) is an innovative civil society project between Learn to Earn (LtE) and JSE listed company and South African retail giant, TFG (The Foschini Group)

The aim of the project is to fight poverty by training unemployed people in skills relevant to the retail supply chain. tfgP trainees are chosen from students who have completed one or more of LtE's market related skills development training courses for further training in the retail, supply and warehousing sectors.

Stock is made up of limited samples, over-runs as well as rejects from the various TFG brands and refurbished customer returns (customer returns are sorted, cleaned and mended before being sent to the store).

The stores  are situated in Ralph Street, Claremont , +27 21 671 7392 and at Harare Square, Ncuma Street, Khayelitsha, +27 21 363 4374

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BRC - Contact Us

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The items manufactured in the Learn to Earn Business Resource Centre are made by recent graduates of our sewing programme. These ladies and gentlemen come from communities where the unemployment rate ranges between 30%-70% and most households are made-up of 7 adults and a number of children. The communities are characterised by high poverty and many live in informal housing.

By purchasing from and using the BRC to sew conference bags, picnic blankets etc you are playing a role in breaking the cycle of poverty in South Africa.

If you would like to contact the BRC for a quote or placement query please contact us on +27 21 361 5972

Or email BRC manager - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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