13 Photos Showing Some of Our Volunteers in Action

We at Good Work Foundation have been so lucky to have people from all different spaces and places around the world want to come and visit our different campuses to teach and learn with us. Some visitors who pass by our campuses also ask of other ways they can become involved in this education revolution, and that answer lies in the actions portrayed on this compilation showing some of our volunteers in action. Enjoy!

From left to right: GWF CEO Kate Groch, GWF Volunteer Sawyer Altman and GWF Open Learning Academy Coordinator Zodwa Buthelezi in the Hazyview barn after an explosive week of learning about storytelling from Sawyer. Thank you for your contribution Sawyer.

From left to right: GWF CEO Kate Groch, GWF Volunteer Sawyer Altman and GWF Open Learning Academy Coordinator Zodwa Buthelezi in the Hazyview barn after an explosive week of learning about storytelling from Sawyer.

Catriona Duncan with the Hanna Pre-School kids at the Huntington Digital Learning Campus. Catriona was teaching the little ones about selfie photo shooting and a mini twitter lesson.

Catriona Duncan with the Hanna Pre-School kids at the Huntington Digital Learning Campus. Catriona was teaching the little ones about selfie photo shooting and a mini twitter lesson.

Roosa Hyrsk came all the way from Finland and spent her time with us doing various things; from painting the Justicia Digital Learning circle, helping the media team with website info-graphics as well as spending some time with the Open Learning team and learners.

Roosa Hyrsk came all the way from Finland and spent her time with us doing various things; from painting the Justicia Digital Learning circle, helping the media team with website info-graphics as well as spending some time with the Open Learning team and learners.

Julia Gaffers came to remind us about how important it is for us to remember to take some time away from the fast growing digital word and relax. Julia has trained six of our own staff who will be pioneers of yoga training in our various campuses moving forward. Thank you Julia.

Julia Geffers came to remind us about how important it is for us to remember to take some time away from the fast growing digital word and relax. Julia has trained six of our own staff who will be pioneers of yoga training in our various campuses moving forward.

From left to right: Bridgign Academy Coordinator Fumani Mathumbu, Ray Jones and Callum Wadlow volunteering with some handy work that ranged from putting up signs and over-head projectors to installig apps on new tablets and team building exercises with the GWF male staff. Thank you.

From left to right: Bridging Academy Coordinator Fumani Mathumbu with Ray Jones and Callum Wadlow who volunteered to do handy work that ranged from putting up signs and over-head projectors to installing apps on new tablets and team building exercises with the GWF male staff.

To Charlie and Toby Milner, a huge thank you for the facilitator training and now newly introduced reading circles that have pioneered in all the Mpumalanga cluster campuses.

To Charlie and Toby Milner, The couple have been working on facilitator training and now newly introduced reading circles that have pioneered in all the cluster campuses.

Over the years, a wonderful friendship had developed between Wheelock College and Good Work Foundation. Lenette Lessing is a professor from the college who spent some time volunteering in the Open Learning Academy early this year. Thank you.

Over the years, a wonderful friendship has developed between Wheelock College and Good Work Foundation. Lenette Lessing is a professor from the college who spent some time volunteering in the Open Learning Academy early this year.

Caroline and Rowland spent 5 weeks with us volunteering in everything they possibel coudl in our various campuses. The couple also helped us with data capturing and management and ran a few database classes for the staff. Thank you very much for your contribution.

Caroline and Rowland spent five weeks with us volunteering in everything they possibly could in our various campuses. The couple also helped us with data capturing and management and ran a few database classes for the staff.

The heart on her cheek speaks a thousand words about the type of work Susan Bainter Bagdadhi does. Susan is a Martha Beck qualified life coach who trained several of our staff and also took us on a journey of meditation.  Susan also did painting with the Open Learning Academy (that's where the heart on the check comes from) Thank you very much for your contribution.

The heart on her cheek speaks a thousand words about the type of work Susan Bainter Bagdadhi does. Susan is a Martha Beck qualified life coach who trained several of our staff and also took us on a journey of meditation. Susan and Christa Gallopaolos did painting with the Open Learning Academy (that’s where the heart on the check comes from)

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Callum Wadlow and the GWF team putting up an over-head projector at the Huntington Digital Learning Campus. From left to right (on the table): Abna Machavana, Doylence Mbhungele and Callum Wadlow. Bottom: Bheki Mashaba and Lucky Kato.

JIl Lerone is our current volunteer. I snapped Jill when she was in a room with GWF Exco members who were skipping with GWF long term friend we spend time with weekly on the digital cloud Denise Sharp. The team is brainstorming a way forward in further facilitator training. Thank you for your contribution.

Pictured here are GWF Head of Staff Development and Support Gogo Mo and Jill Larone. Jill is our most current volunteer who has been with Gogo and the team for a few days learning about what we do at Good Work Foundation.

Anne van Zyl is a wonderful teach by trade, passion and nature. Anne has been working hand in hand with our facilitator trainer and content support Crispen Bvumbghe for a number of years now. Anne's voluntary work has been pivotal in developing the English module that is included in the Bridging Year programme.

Anne van Zyl is a wonderful teacher by trade, passion and nature. Anne has been working hand in hand with our Facilitator Trainer and Content Support Crispen Bvumbghe for a number of years now. Anne’s voluntary work has been pivotal in developing the English module that is included in the Bridging Year programme and teachign skills for all of programme facilitators.

Karen Gerdes is a GWF Trustee, friend and long time volunteer who does work that helps this education revolution steer forward.

Karen Gerdes is a GWF Trustee, friend and long time volunteer who does work that helps this education revolution steer forward.

Compiled by the Hazyview Media Agency.

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