The Jonathan Jackson Foundation

Our Pillars

Give a man fish and he shall eat for a day; Teach a man to fish and you shall feed him for a lifetime.
Economic self-sufficiency the main pillar in the mandate of the Jonathan Jackson Foundation. The foundation focusses on youth aged between 18 and 35 years of age living in hardship prone areas and women in general.

Entreprenureship & Training

Entrepreneurship & Training

Educate the target communities on the need for self-sufficiency and upskill the community members on simple and practical economic activities they can carry out.

Economic Empowerment

Economic Empowerment

Economic self-sufficiency is a key pillar in the mandate of the Jonathan Jackson Foundation. The foundation focusses on youth aged between 18 and 35 years of age living in hardship prone areas and women in general.

Community Development

Community Development

The overall goal being uplifting communities through joint initiatives and the promotion of good neighborliness and more habitable neighborhoods.

Sports

Sports

The Jonathan Jackson Foundation aims to communicate to ‘at risk’ youth that they have options—options in their life direction and pass-times, healthy options for filling idle time without engaging in drugs, crime and other social vices.