Early learning development for underprivileged kids
Cotlands provides vulnerable children with access to essential foundation phase learning that enables them to thrive at school and in later life. We do this through the use of toy libraries, mobile toy libraries as well as our early learning play-based groups.
It is estimated that over 84% of children below the age of 4 in South Africa do not access any form of early childhood development opportunities.
Research has shown that the early years in a child’s life present a critically important window of opportunity to develop a child’s full potential and shape key academic, social, and cognitive skills that determine a child’s success in school and in life.
Cotlands is working to give children equal opportunities to early learning resources that will allow them to thrive in life.
Donate to Cotlands
We would like you to donate to Cotlands by either purchasing an item off the wish list which is constantly being updated here or you can donate money or buy a virtual gift that will allow Cotlands to provide vulnerable children with learning opportunities.
Currently no deals.
Cotlands Charity Golf Day
Cotlands Charity Golf Day takes place on Thursday, 29 February 2024, a leap year, nestled right in the heart of the month of love! On this extra day in February, we gathering to combine our passion for golf with the spirit of giving and love. The golf event will take place at the prestigious Country Club Johannesburg.
This golf day is being hosted as a fundraising event. It is our mission to increase access to play-based early learning opportunities for our vulnerable children through our playgroup and toy library programme.
Cotlands Christmas Wish List
If you would like to give back to vulnerable children, please help us buy things that we need to effectively operate our toy library and playgroup programmes.
- Cotlands needs help with donations-in-kind for the following categories:
- Food items
- Baby toileteries and PPE
- Toys (dress up clothes and musical instruments)
Currently no competitions.