“We are in the business of helping people make sound decisions. SAYes is doing just that for the next generation.”
– Netto Invest
We are super stoked to be working with SAYes – such an awesome initiative. We love organisations that help the youth of our country and make a difference by providing a mentor figure in such pivotal points of their lives.
Silwood School of Cookery offers world-class cookery lessons.
SAYes are doing great work in South Africa and it continues to be a privilege to help in our small way.
Kwelanga offers business and management training courses to SAYes staff.
iol runs free ads to assist SAYes with mentor recruitment.
ENSafrica provides pro bono legal assistance to SAYes.
Blue Platinum Events works to support the phenomenal work done by SAYes.
Nimble supports SAYes by providing office space and office facilities.
The Mount Nelson hotel offers mentees access to job-shadowing across all hotel departments. The Mount Nelson also hosts events for SAYes.
We are in the business of helping people make sound decisions. SAYes is doing just that for the next generation.
Eco Furniture Design offers job-shadowing and training for SAYes mentees
Spring Restaurant is a supporter of SAYes
Our partners range from large corporates through to small family-run businesses. The one thing they have in common is a commitment to taking ethical responsibility for the world we want to live in. That is they care about social change in South Africa, and they realize the tremendous role of business in creating effective change.
Engagement with SAYes business partners occurs in the context of mentorship. This ensures that mentees are motivated to pursue a particular opportunity and that they are held accountable to the commitment they make. SAYes mentors work with their mentees to identify areas of interest and strength, and to set appropriate goals in relation to these. They then approach SAYes to arrange access to a suitable business partner.
SAYes mentees vary in terms of their current skills' level. Some SAYes mentees are studying at postgraduate level at tertiary institutions while others have learning disabilities and/or are developmentally delayed. We also work with a wide age range (14 to 25 years), so different opportunities are appropriate depending on the age of the mentee. SAYes programme support specialists work with the mentor and partner to ensure the right fit.