Mandela Month by Portia Msamo

In South Africa the month of July is informally known as “Mandela month”. It is the month in which Nelson Mandela was born, on the 18 July 1918. It is also the month in which people from all corners « read more »

HELP NEEDED AFTER FIRES RAVAGE HOUT BAY TOWNSHIP

  Imizamo Yethu is home to many of the children supported by the projects the Fellowship works with in Hout Bay. A week ago the township was devastated by a fire which destroyed many of the houses leaving children « read more »

Portia’s news report

Portia Msamo, the Fellowship’s representative in Hout Bay will be writing a regular report about her work with the charities we support.  Read the first and future instalments on the news page. « read more »

7 MONTHS OF THE 100 CLUB – SIGN UP NOW!

The following have been the lucky winners in the 100 Club monthly draws which are made every month for prizes of £100 and £50. Bill Mills    Roy Stewart    Phyl Fry    Will Nightingale   Nigel Draper   Eamon Brennan      Posy Parrinder   Keith « read more »

Thank you, Eynsham

One of our funding initiatives last year was to invite people locally to come to see and hear the Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir perform in Eynsham at the end of November. The response was fantastic and we made « read more »

REVIEW OF THE MIKE NIGHTINGALE FELLOWSHIP AFTER THREE YEARS

The Fellowship was registered by the Charities Commission in the UK in October 2012.  Our remit then was Changing lives through sustainable development, a strap line that still holds good to-day. We operate exclusively in South Africa, believing that « read more »

TOMORROW’S HEROES?

  TOMORROW’S HEROES? Exploring future opportunities for the Everyday Heroes was a major priority during the recent trip to Hout Bay by Nigel Draper and Mike Nightingale. Arriving on 20th April, their first engagement that afternoon was to join « read more »

MIKE NIGHTINGALE FELLOWSHIP HELPS TO BRIGE THE GAP

  Ikasi Youth – iKhaya le Themba Partnership Proposal 2015   One of the central aims of the Fellowship’s work in Hout Bay is to encourage collaborative working between the very effective charities already doing great work in the « read more »

Mike Nightingale Fellowship working with Ikhaya le Themba

  MNF is supporting three very effective charities in Hout Bay, a vibrant suburb of Cape Town, all of which focus on the well being of children from the townships of Imizamo Yethu and Hangberg.  We believe the key « read more »

Coming soon the 100 Club – Make regular donations and be a winner!

The Fellowship will be launching its 100 club in July. Commit to donating £10 a month to the Fellowship and your name will be included in a monthly draw with prizes of £100 and £50 every month! Our target « read more »

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