About the Mark Headbush Foundation
We Cater To the Needs of Those Individuals Who Are Not So Privileged
Established to Cater for the Underprivileged
The Mark Headbush Foundation was established to cater to the needs of these individuals who are not so privileged. We are trying to give these individuals hope and letting them know that they matter in society. Mark Headbush is a well-known and respected businessman who has for many years championed the cause of African entrepreneurship in South Africa. He is the founding member of the Telecommunications in Action Project, a Subcommittee of the International Telecommunications Union.
Was Founder and President of the South African Communications Forum (SACF). Executive member of Black Business Council (BBC). Was a member of USA/SA business development commission. Was a member of the Al Gore /Mbeki commission. Founder and Executive chairman of Vula Investments Pty Ltd. Was Founder and Executive Chairman of Wireless Business Solutions and i-Burst. Is the Executive Chairman of Telsaf Data (Pty) Ltd. Is the Executive Chairman of Vula Energy (Pty) Ltd.
In this world we live in there are a lot of under privileged people, be it children or adults. These people may not have necessarily have support structures, no families or loved ones that the ordinary person enjoys.
The Mark Headbush Foundation was established to cater to the needs of these individuals who are not so privileged. We are trying to give these individuals hope and letting them know that they matter in society.
Operating at Zwide Primary School, the pupils plant vegetables. In association with a local soup kitchen we assist about 200 hundred people. We provide agricultural implements and seeds.
The Kama Project: This is a flagship of the Mark Headbush Foundation as the foundation has spent more than five hundred thousand R 500 000 in infrastructure since the start of this project in early 2012.
This is a flagship of the Mark Headbush Foundation as the foundation has spent more than five hundred thousand R 500 000 on infrastructure since the start of this project in early 2012.
Kama is a primary school that previously had no playing field, but today has a green field due to the intervention of Mark Headbush Foundation, The foundation is working hand in hand with the school head principal (Mr. Andile N. Dlawu) and the staff-teachers, together with Parents the Community and the School Governing Body in terms of furthering assistance to the school.
Looks after children that are HIV positive and those that have been left orphaned by HIV. Number of children under care are 59. With 29 Girls and 30 boys and they are all black kids.
Eluthando people with disabilities centre
The Eluthado People with Disabilities Centre is operating in Ferguson Road. New Brighton. This has been in existence since the early 1980, helping people with disabilities in teaching the skills like Hand Crafts, Bead Work. They sell these in the community.