The Izzi Trust’s mission
is to provide financially disadvantaged children with the best education our country can offer
We are a children’s charity whose philosophy centres on empowerment through education. Our three main areas of activity are:
- providing bursaries that enable financially disadvantaged children to attend some of our country’s finest schools
- running outreach programmes at underprivileged schools and creches
- encouraging and facilitating environmental, cultural and academic events that bring together children from our country’s many different economic and social groups
We carry out this work through our three outreach arms:
We gratefully acknowledge the support of:
Izzi Trust is the trading name of the
Centurus Colleges Trust, the outreach
arm of Centurus Colleges Pty Ltd
Directors fly the
Izzi Trust flag at
94.7 Cycle Challenge
Anwar Karrim, Henry van der Byl, Adrian Van der Byl and Jonathan de Villiers all Directors of Centurus Colleges braved Highveld Radio's 94.7km cycle race. We thank the Directors for supporting Izzi Trust and look forward to sending a bigger team to the next cycle challenge.
Teachers for Change"
Tyger Valley College put outreach on the map.
Izzi Trust is proud to share the awesome achievement of Carla Grobler at Tyger Valley College. You magazine received a nomination for her outstanding outreach work she does with the students at Tyger Valley College and their partner outreach school, Boschkop Primary. They acknowledged her achievement by awarding her and Tyger Valley College with 21 Apple iPads, Telkom data packages and an abundance of school books from Oxford University Press to the value of R20,000.00. Izzi Trust applauds the students and teachers at Tyger Valley College for their tireless contribution to their community.
Southdowns College & Rotary donate library to Philena Primary
In January Southdowns College in partnership with Rotary Club of Centurion and Izzi Trust were proud to open a container library at their partner outreach school, Philena Primary in Olievenhoutbosch.
Students in Grade 12 at Pecanwood College volunteered their time to help out at Harties Haven – an orphanage situated at the Hartbeespoort Dam. They enthusiastically helped them by cleaning and scrubbing bathrooms, bedrooms and the kitchen as well as getting their hands all muddy working in their vegetable garden. The best part of the day was playing and interacting with the children. The day was ended off with a feedback session with the home manager and students when they exchanged ideas on how to improve and help the home. This is an ongoing partnership with Pecanwood College and Harties Haven.