What We Do
The Second Chance Project helps to establish identy and security within young people by providing success stories from individuals who have overcome; substance abuse, sexual abuse, rejecon, negave peer pressure, lack of identy, rebellion, bullying and broken homes.
One of the leading causes of teenage delinquencies is the absence of fathers at home and in the family structure. Mothers nurture and share love, where fathers speciﬁcally established identity and security in a child.
Through Second Chance we endeavor to bring young people to a place where they can receive that security and identity through life-changing and inspired testimonies. Second Chance is an initiative launched speciﬁcally to reach out to the local schools and universities of South Africa and abroad. This will be done through the sharing of testimonies and stories of hope. These testimonies will be shared through inspired speakers who has gone through certain challenging experiences in life and overcame them. We partner with schools and oﬀer two programs to bring change to youth.
PROBLEM AREAS TO BE ADDRESSES
Negative Peer pressure
Lack of Identity
We address our institute according to their need.
TESTIMONY SPEAKER (TS)
Description: Ordinary people telling their testimony, so the next generation can learn from their mistakes. The once that overcame, Substance Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Rejection, Negative Peer Pressure, Lack of Identity, Rebellion and Broken Homes.
Desired Outcome: Youth that will not make the same mistakes.
I GROUP (IG)
Description: I Group stand’s for inﬂuence group. This is a small group where the youth gets together with an mentor and they discuss a topic of foundational principals that can make their lives better. The mentor is only a facilitator and guides the group discussion where the youth can speak freely amongst their peers.
Desired Outcome: Youth being free from emotional ties that keeps them back
History of Our outreaches
WE ARE CHANGING THE YOUTH OF AFRICA
As second chance, we have reached many regions across South Africa and Namibia. We have seen the eﬀectiveness of our speakers’ testimonies in the lives of the youth, and that the youth could relate to the life stories shared. Through this, they had hope. We saw many lives changed, and even the relationships between the scholar and the teachers improved.
We are well established in the below provinces:
A Nationwide movement that sparked in the following provinces: