“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.”

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Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States of America, uttered these words. They are appropriate at this inflection point in the history of South Africa, given the unavoidable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, rising unemployment and concern about the economic growth and success of the country.

The country is at a crossroads, and we need bold thinkers and decision-makers to take the mantle to champion a revival that will change the fortunes of many people. 

Without a doubt, we have the potential to regain what has been lost and continue our growth as the continent’s most sophisticated economy.  And we can all make a difference.

 

What we require is practical solutions and efforts to solve our problems.  Mostly, we require INITIATIVE and ACTION.

THE FOUNDATION

The TomorrowTogether Foundation has been formed to take action and DO GOOD. As a not for profit foundation, it has been created with the dignity of all South Africans in mind.  Created through the collaboration of 2 South African organisations, sharing a common passion – to see South Africans thrive in an equal and vibrant South Africa.

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Founding Principles

Good practice, good deeds, good manners, uprightness and compassion – DO GOOD!

Together at the Top

Multiple Projects

Minimum 3 year term with a focus on supporting social development initiatives that help solve real South African problems

LAUNCH PROJECT

SUPPORTED BY

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 To create an “Employment Ecosystem” to help develop and put to work unemployed talent, by supporting private market investment managers in gaining access to much-needed resources, and in turn, enhancing the development of further economic activity and job creation in South Africa. 

PRIVATE MARKETS INVESTMENT INDUSTRY EMPLOYMENT ECOSYSTEM

LET’S BUILD TOMORROW TOGETHER

PROJECT 2

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To turn around small-town economies and change citizen’s lives, through the Our Town “mind-set change” process, involving the whole town population, its economic and agricultural communities. 

TURNING TOWNS INTO ENTERPRISE HUBS AND STABLE SOCIAL ENTITIES