The Anti-Drug Forum has embarked on a fundraising initiative to collect Jumble. We appeal to the community to donate unwanted items, such as clothes, shoes, toys and books. This initiative will allow the organisation to render improved services to those affected by substance abuse as well as extend the scope of services.
You may drop off the jumble at our Anti-Drug Forum Centre; 17 Trisula Avenue, Arena Park, Chatsworth. For further information you may contact 031 404 6993 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below some of the amazing work that SMART Club educator Ms Z.F Mafu is conducting through the SMART CLUB. The initiative was a success with many students getting involved in the action. Well Done ELORA Primary and MS MAFU.
Women’s Day Program at Willow Park Primary School 06/08/2018
The ADF partnered up with Hindu Maha Sabha and correctional services to participate in an Awareness program at Sevenhills and Crestview Primary. The program was a success and we would like to extend our gratitude to all those who made it possible.
Anti-Drug Forum Mandela Day feeding program on the 20/07/2018
Below SMART Kemoja conducted at Crossmoor Secondary. Educating and empowering substance our future leaders to be “DRUG FREE”
Sevenhills Primary School visit with some of the SMART club Learners 01/07/2018
Thandanani Motivational Concert which was held on the 16 June 2016
Chatsworth Child Welfare and the Anti-Drug Forum participated in a Youth Day March against substance and child abuse as well as violence in the community.
The ADF has launched multiple SMART Club programs in 2018 at schools across KZN in an effort to curb the ongoing issue of drugs affecting the community and youth. Awareness is growing with initiatives such as the SMART Club headed by Sam Pillay and the ADF.
The ADF Team,