Meet Our Team In The United Kingdom
Nick and Penny are honoured members of Born in Africa and have dedicated much of their time to providing Entreprise courses for our High School students and their parents. In 2016 they were officially registerd as: UK supporters of Born in Africa, Plettenberg Bay.
The charity registration number is: 1169743.
Nick and Penny Brooks
Nick and Penny are from the UK, where Nick is an entrepreneur, Company Director and business mentor, and Penny is a teacher of Economics and Business subjects. Every time they come down they donate a substantial amount of 2nd hand clothing and sports uniforms as well. In 2014 they used their combined expertise to write an Enterprise Programme to enable BiA students to learn about business and enterprise, by planning, setting up and running a company. This was delivered by the BiA mentors to students in grades 10 and 11 at Plett Secondary and Wittedrift High schools over 6 months, with dozens of learners taking part and learning skills to give them a better chance of finding work or to start their own business one day in the future. Since then, Nick and Penny have delivered a shorter version of the programme on each of their visits to Plett. By starting and registering UK Supporters of Born in Africa as a UK charity, their aim is to grow awareness of the charity in the UK by holding fundraising activities, and seeking more godparents across the country.
Donations can be made into the UK bank account:
Sort code: 20-29-90
Account number: 83043541
Account name: UK Supporters of Born in Africa, Plettenberg Bay
Shopping via smile.amazon.co.uk also benefits Born in Africa! When you order products via the online shop Amazon, make sure to go through smile.amazon.co.uk and select Born in Africa as the charity you would like to support! By doing this, Born in Africa will receive 0.5% of the value of your purchases!
Ian Cooke and Steve Hirst
Ian and Steve are trustees in the UK branch of Born in Africa. They organize fund- raising events in the UK and will be busy attracting new godparents by raising awareness in the United Kingdom.