RTWN Sanitary Towels & Deodorant Campaign 2018-03-31T06:48:27+00:00

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RTWN Sanitary Towels & Deodorants Campaign

#findthebox campaign

RTWN Sanitary Towels and Deodorants Campaign was launched in December 2015. This campaign is aimed bringing back the confidence of girls and boys from disadvantaged background.

Why is this important?

This campaign helps to keep a girl child & boy child in school, to help them focus on what’s more important and that is their studies.

Always make time for giving back.

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RTWN Little Ambassador

Meet Samugele Jiyane, a 9 year old, confident & smart young girl. Soon she will be starting her period.
Please help us fight for free sanitary towels, so that Samu & her peers don’t go through the struggle of not having sanitary towels

RealTalkWithNthabi Foundation

RTWN Foundation is Non-Profit Organisation aimed at empowering & transforming the world. To bring change and make a difference by helping those in need.

We believe that working together as one goes a long way. TOGETHER WE CAN DO MORE.

Lebogang Nthabiseng Mokgosi is the founder & renowned editor of Real Talk With Nthabi and a Motivational Coach who aims to be a backend and a source of inspiration to others. Born and bred in a small town of Mahikeng (Tsetse Village) in the North West province, Nthabiseng went through life changing experiences to be where she is today.

Driven by the desire for a better life for herself and those around her, Nthabiseng equipped herself with the most powerful weapon in life, Education! She graduated from the Tshwane University of Technology and she is a qualified Senior Web Developer and Designer.

This serial entrepreneur started her first company at the tender age of 22. Asked what her secret is by her peers, she simply responds, “there is no substitute for hard work sooner or later you will get what you deserve.”

Quote from Nthabi

“I have seen what hard work can do, & I know what more it can  & will do”- Nthabi

Partners

Sanitary Towels & Deodorants Team 

We joined hands together and formed a movement to change and help girls and boys from disadvantaged backgrounds. Most members have their own organisations like pontsho ya lesedi charity organization , Teboho Thokolo Albino Trust, Kagishano ke lesedi, Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation and more.

1303, 2018

Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation visits Tshwaraganang Children’s Home

Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation visited Tshwaraganang Children’s Home in Hammanskraal. The home consists of kids from the age of 2 – 19 years. Lebogang Nthabiseng Mokgosi, who is the founder hosted a Seminar in December 2017, to raise funds towards this project. The foundation was joined by other organisations in Gauteng including Sanitary Towels and Deodorants Team. All teams donated items from clothes, food, cleaning materials and sanitary towels and deodorants.

Words from the founder

“I will like to say thank you to everyone who took their time and spent it with us at the center, I am humbled. I also encourage people to start helping those in need, helping others doesn’t always” require money, sometimes sharing the little that you have goes a long way. Together we can do more”.

903, 2018

Host a learner at work motivational talk by Real Talk With Nthabi

When you see one of them cry while talking you can’t help by wonder what they are going through or what they have been through. Your story will never go away, your pain can never go away until you turn it into an experience to learn.

Your past is not your future. Your mistake is not what defines you. Your downfall is not a joke but a blessing, because if you didn’t fall you were not going to understand what you mean to GOD, you were never gonna understand what you are capable of.

Respect those who advise you
Respect that elder who keeps telling you that kea go bolelela Mmago gore wa ntella
Respect a person who tells you the truth like it is without spicing it or sugar coating it

Avoid jumping that step, you might be lucky and not fall but falling from the top is more painful.
Listen and Learn

This goes out to your daughter or son in school
This goes out to you students, this goes out to you seating at home doing nothing with your life
This goes to you who tried 3 times and gave up!

Get Up! Get Out! Go Out There! No one is going to come pull you out of bed, no one is going to come and wake you up from your dream. YOU DO IT & START ACTING

I will leave it here. I am your friend, I am your sister, I am your minds enemy because it fights with what to take in and what not to take in. Don’t give NEGATIVITY the POWER. Build that CONFIDENCE…

Don’t you dare ask me how because after reading this, it means you have work to do. Find you & in the meantime i will #findthebox to put all your Don’t, all your worries,frustrations, failures and more. I am Nthabi & I learn not only to grow myself but to educate and grow you. Together we grow, together we do more.

I have seen what hard work can do and I know what more it can and will do.

Realtalkwithnthabi Foundation

202, 2018

PADTALK

#PADTALK

Most of the time, the #padtalk we have is about which brand is better to use to make you feel good about yourself. We would like to shift the talk a little bit. In 2017, we have done research on how girls feel about talking about their periods and 55% of the girls do not feel comfortable talking about their periods.

During our pad drive, we have noticed that most learners, especially from Grade 7 – Grade 10 are afraid to admit that they are getting periods. They feel like getting periods is a bad thing or wrong thing.

We are pleased to say that our educational system has improved, but more talks around health needs to be discussed, not just as a school subject like biology but more on what happens daily to others.

1711, 2017

A’latos Performs at IT’S YOUR TIME SEMINAR

Real Talk With Nthabi is honored to have A’latos Afro Duo at ITS YOUR TIME Seminar, happening in midrand on 25 November 2017. 
A’latos is an afro duo from the Boland region in the Western Cape, South Africa. 

Band Members
  • Athenkosi Xhontana
  •  Thembelani “Latosh” Poto
1511, 2017

W24 Contributing to keep a girl child in school

Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation is honored to have W24 as part of the #findthebox campaign. For contributing and keeping a girl child in school. The foundation recently ran the #findthebox campaign and donated to 8 different schools in the North West and Free State. Over 5 000 sanitary towels and deodorants where donated to the schools.

With your support we indeed reach out to more and more girls.

Thank you.

1409, 2017

Real Talk With Nthabi

Lebogang Nthabiseng Mokgosi Is the brains behind ILDESIGNS CREATIVE APPROACH. She is a renowned editor & Founder of Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation. She is a Motivational Coach who aims to be a backend and a source of inspiration to others. Born and bred in a small town of Mahikeng (Tsetse Village) in the North West province, Nthabiseng went through life changing experiences to be where she is today.

 

Driven by the desire for a better life for herself and those around her, Nthabiseng equipped herself with the most powerful weapon in life, Education! She graduated from the Tshwane University of Technology and she is a qualified Senior Web Developer and Designer.

This serial entrepreneur started her first company at the tender age of 22. Asked what her secret is by her peers, she simply responds,

“There is no substitute for hard work sooner or later you will get what you deserve.”

She is destined for greatness

In 2015, Nthabiseng launched the Real Talk With Nthabi Sanitary Towels and Deodorants Campaign. This aims to rebuild confidence of teenage girls and boys, most importantly to keep them in school. Among her other achievements, she is also the co-founder of
The Unstoppable Force, and member of an organisation called Feeding the Multitude.

Quote from Nthabi “I have seen what hard work can do, and I know what more It can & Will do”

3107, 2017

Chance for Change Youth Seminar

Chance for Change Youth Seminar 1st Anniversary is coming
29 – 30 Septemer 2017, at Ramatlabama, Tsetse Village.

We can’t be afraid of change. You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that there is such a thing as an ocean, a sea. Holding onto something that is good for you now, may be the very reason why you don’t have something better.

BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE…

 

#findthebox
#girlsmatterdrive
#metrofibre

3107, 2017

Metro Fibre Networx _Sanitary Towels Donation

 

Real Talk With Nthabi Sanitary Towels & Deodorants Campaign along with the Sanitary Towels Team would like to say thank you to Metro Fibre Networx for their massive contribution to the campaign.

Metro Fibre Networx Donated 2 000 Sanitary Towels, where each department took part in the campaign and every contribution was recorded & all departments competed to see which department gets to collect more.

Among the social team they have Roxanne & Chloe who made sure that this campaign runs smooth.They aim to make a difference to others & also reach out to those in need & not only do they donate sanitary towels but they also contribute to various organisations.

Also a big thank you to Girls Matter Drive,

for connecting with us & being helpful to connect us with Metro Fibre Networx. We are indeed grateful.

This campaign is aimed at bringing back the confidence of young girls & to also
help them stay in school. On the 30th September 2017 the campaign team will be distributing to 4 schools in North West, Mahikeng, Tsetse Village.

A full report of the disribution will be provided to the company after the distribution.

Thank You! Re a leboga! Siyabonga!

More about the company
Metrofibre owns and manages South Africa’s first globally compliant Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) open access fibre network, connecting over 60 cloud, application, voice and Internet service providers with their customers. Our CE 2.0 Carrier Class open access fibre network with ultra-h

 

igh speed and low latency connections help businesses to gain the maximum value from cutting-edge technologies and is ideally suited to support the most demanding cloud applications, next generation data centre connectivity, high speed file transfer and business continuity solutions.

Metrofibre Networx is a MEF Forum member and is licensed by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to provide electronic communications services as well as electronic communications network services.

http://www.metrofibre.co.za

 

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