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stanford festival 2021


We are proud to have been a part of the wonderful Stanford Festival 2021. A huge, hearfelt thank you to all of our sponsors and collaborators for their help in making this such a successful, enjoyable festival.
Thank you to the Amani Harmonic Foundation for sponsorship of the music programme, which the children in our community loved, and benefitted so much from. Bruce Jack wines , the Circle group, the puppeteers from UNIMA SA, Mandiseli Maseti and Mfundo Zono, conducted a week long workshop and gave a wonderful performance with the youth at the festival. The MIAGI Foundation and Jack Lerole for your kindness and mentorship. Manaul Jardein and Vuyo Siza with the Die Kop choir. Big thanks to The Grootbos Foundation, Klein River Cheese, The Department of Arts and Culture, Mothertongue Project, Stanford Tourism, Food4Thought and Funimfundo Pre School, Die Bron Primary School, Okkie Smuts Primary School, the Circle Group, Overstrand Municipality, Laina Lesicnik, Mary Kelly, all our friends at STAR Literacy, the Community in Blue, Community Police Forum and the Stanford SAPS.

We would also like to thank our Creative Works team, as well as the facilitators who worked with the children and were part of the Festival team: Adrian Fowler Natalie Munroe, Laing De Villiers, Dan Levin, …we couldn’t have done this without you.




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