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WE ALL
OWN A SHARE
IN THE WELL-BEING
OF OUR SOCIETY
THE SMILING ONE FOUNDATION
ANNUAL REPORT 2015/16


Forewords
Our Vision
The Change Agent
Our Team
Our Portfolios (input | outcome)
Re-Integration prior Release (Prisons) |...
It is a privilege to present our annual report to you. We have had another incredible year of
Change Agent Magic - contrib...
We have enjoyed another amazing year of learning, guidance and adventure. I am very proud of
our achievements and our grow...
OUR VISION
IN ACTION…
1. We facilitate CIRCLES OF CHANGE (COC) in highly challenged South African
communities establishing...
THE CHANGE AGENT
Healing
Consciousness
Education
Unlocked Potential
Job Creation
Small Business Development
Sustainable Li...
VUYISWA MA ESTHER ELSIE FABIO TREVOR
TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT
NYANGA PROJECT NYANGA PRO...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR
RELEASE | PRISONS
We have brought TRI to 3 Western Cape Prisons in 2015/16:
Malmesbury...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR
RELEASE | PRISONS
ARTICLE BY BRADLEY HESS
TRI FACILITATOR 

(COC COLLEGE 6+ YEARS)
My ...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR
RELEASE | PRISONS
“Life is like the sea. Sometimes it is up, sometimes it is down. It is time to think
about past happenings. Where we lost ...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
The path of Re-Integration asks of c...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
PHUMZILE SALELA
Khayelitsha Project
A truly special path of reintegration! We at SmilingOne feel fortunate to both witness and be
part of Phumzile’s COC journ...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
FABIO JACOBS
Belhar Project
It has b...
`
Monwabisi re-integrated in 2014 after training with SmilingOne inside Malmesbury Prison for
two full years. He jumped ri...
August - December 2015 we gave Malcolm an
opportunity to explore his passion for cars
further. We bought an old BMW 318 fo...
OUR
PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
JABU MASILELA
CHRIS PLAM
MUSTAPHA JA...
CHANGE AGENT
FRANKLIN ESAU
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PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
FRANKLIN ESAU
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PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
FRANKLIN ESAU
CMD PROJECT
- 7 yout...
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PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
FRANKLIN ESAU
CMD PROJECT
PRODUCTION...
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PORTFOLIOS
RE-INTEGRATION POST
RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS |
PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT
WELCOME DENNIS WITBOOI
THE SOLACE NE...
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EDUCATION
Bukiwe has been with SmilingOne
since 2011 and is now in her 3...
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EDUCATION
Vuyiswa and Ma Esther are two incredible women from Nyanga Eas...
WOMAN’S DAY: Celebrating 6 beautiful
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community devel...
EVENTS
FUNDRAISERS,
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& DOCUMENTARIES
LIVE REPORTS: Transparency is of utmost
importance to us. We have e...
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MOTIVATIONAL TALK: Franklin joined
Phumzile at the Zola Business s...
EVENTS,
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MOTIVATIONAL TALKS
& DOCUMENTARIES
CHANGE AGENT DOCUMENTARY:
Roxanne Dalton has in 2015/16 continued
...
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Annual Report | The SmilingOne Foundation | 2015/16

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It is a privilege to present our annual report to you. We have had another incredible year of Change Agent Magic - contributing our special puzzle piece to crime prevention and diversion in our beautiful South Africa.

It moves my soul to experience how those we journey with allow themselves the experience of awakening to more of themselves and a deeper sense of purpose. I often say to our students:

>>Do not underestimate the ripple of your awakening<<

We experience its heartwarming impact on how we live and (un)learn together. A living and (un)learning that is authentic and kind… that is generous… that is honest and transparent… that stretches and encourages… that heals our wounds and edits our old stories. It is a living and (un)learning that allows the student their own unique path… also the tough patches! There is nothing more liberating than >>walking the plank<< of a perception!

Come with me. Experience the unique unfolding of a Change Agent Journey. Students awakening to their inner coach, healer and guide and firing up their entrepreneurial spirit all while assisting and guiding others to do the same.

In Gratitude
Karina Andersen
Founder | SmilingOne

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Annual Report | The SmilingOne Foundation | 2015/16

  1. 1. WE ALL OWN A SHARE IN THE WELL-BEING OF OUR SOCIETY THE SMILING ONE FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT 2015/16
  2. 2. 
 Forewords Our Vision The Change Agent Our Team Our Portfolios (input | outcome) Re-Integration prior Release (Prisons) | Change Agents in the making Re-Integration post Release | Parolee & Family Support Phumzile: Khayelitsha Community Project Fabio: Belhar Community Project Monwabisi: Bookkeeping Project Malcolm: Car Project Franklin: SmilingOne Project Manager | CMD Music Project Welcome: The SOLACE Network Community, Women & Youth Support Events, Motivational Talks & TV/Documentary International Volunteer Program PROJECT HOUSE Support Network Financial Report Governance We welcome your support (donation information) C O N T E N T F E A T U R E D
  3. 3. It is a privilege to present our annual report to you. We have had another incredible year of Change Agent Magic - contributing our special puzzle piece to crime prevention and diversion in our beautiful South Africa. It moves my soul to experience how those we journey with allow themselves the experience of awakening to more of themselves and a deeper sense of purpose. I often say to our students: Do not underestimate the ripple of your awakening We experience its heartwarming impact on how we live and (un)learn together. A living and (un)learning that is authentic and kind… that is generous… that is honest and transparent… that stretches and encourages… that heals our wounds and edits our old stories. It is a living and (un)learning that allows the student their own unique path… also the tough patches! There is nothing more liberating than walking the plank of a perception! Come with me. Experience the unique unfolding of a Change Agent Journey. Students awakening to their inner coach, healer and guide and firing up their entrepreneurial spirit all while assisting and guiding others to do the same. FOREWORD
 Karina Andersen | Founder
  4. 4. We have enjoyed another amazing year of learning, guidance and adventure. I am very proud of our achievements and our growth. With amazing cooking art, music, fruit & veg, book keeping and painting there are so many windows of opportunities in our new projects. It makes me as a Change Agent and Project Manager really enthusiastic about our new year. What stands out significantly for me is the commitment of each student involved in our projects; they have brought a special ingredient every single day. Phumzile has taken his cooking art to the next level and in collaboration with RUC cooked up a storm at a recent event; in our CMD music project we have experienced Bryan, Paul, Retro and Lucian working in collaboration on a demo album; Fabio has in parolee support felt inspired to start a small Fruit & Veg entrepreneurial business; Monwabisi has blessed his community with bookkeeping classes; in our Prison Process we have had 60 highly dedicated students active in our process. These are just some of the amazing highlights though our past year. All waiting for you in this report. I am excited about what lies ahead - especially with our upcoming project house with a brand new production studio and radio on the horizon; a kitchen fully equipped for our food project and a stunning office space to accommodate more of our Change Agent Projects. To you dear reader, to my fellow Change Agents in the making, to our dedicated participants, our valued sponsors and our volunteers I am sending much love and huge appreciation for making the year so special and adding such tremendous value to our journey. We appreciate your special puzzle piece. FOREWORD
 Franklin Esau | Change Agent
  5. 5. OUR VISION IN ACTION… 1. We facilitate CIRCLES OF CHANGE (COC) in highly challenged South African communities establishing a foundation for development with our personal values-based leadership program: THE RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL (TRI). 2. We educate CHANGE AGENTS who facilitate dynamic COC processes within their communities which include: prisons, families, schools, youth at risk, businesses and organisations – in society at large. 3. Our CHANGE AGENTS are ROLE MODELS who also assist the important phase of Re- Integration, reducing the recidivism rate by helping parolees to build the bridge back into society, back home into their families and communities. 4. We are an EMPOWERMENT ARM for our beneficiaries, their families and communities. We do not do it for them. We do it with them. ”Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” The COC empowers the journey of each student towards sustainable livelihood, operating in an Abundant Exchange. 5. We strongly believe in SUSTAINABILITY and that everything brought to a community must be able to stay and be nurtured within the community for continuous learning and growth. OUR VISION Social Cohesion, Crime Diversion & Prevention “We are continuously developing as a community. We thrive on shared values, s h a re d c h a l l e n g e s a n d e q u a l opportunities. We walk united in diversity, each one of us knowing that it starts with a better ME (my individual responsibility) for a better WE (our shared responsibility). We are committed and passionate about contributing to the wellbeing of everyone in society. We build bridges instead of walls. WE ALL OWN A SHARE IN THE WELL-BEING OF OUR SOCIETY!
  6. 6. THE CHANGE AGENT Healing Consciousness Education Unlocked Potential Job Creation Small Business Development Sustainable Livelihoods Role Model Meet
 “I”
 who has gotten 
 lost and lives in separateness
 C O C E D U C A T I O N THE CHANGE AGENT Unlocking Potential “I”
 owns a share
 in the well-being
 of our Society
 “I”
 continuously fuelling 
 the change engine
 
 “I”
 arrives HOME
 and awakens in
 “WE”
 “I”
 fuelled by
 Passion & Purpose
 BEST for our WORLD
 INVITE TO SMILING ONE COC COLLEGE (COC1)
 ‘SHARING PRACTICE’ C O C `
  7. 7. VUYISWA MA ESTHER ELSIE FABIO TREVOR TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT TRI STUDENT NYANGA PROJECT NYANGA PROJECT HOUT BAY BELHAR MASI OUR TEAM FRANKLIN KARINA BRADLEY DANIEL MALCOLM TRI FACILITATOR (6+) TRAINER (9+) TRI FACILITATOR (6+) TRI FACILITATOR (5+) TRI FACILITATOR (5+) COC PROJECT MANAGER COC EDUCATOR MALMESBURY WORCESTER OCEAN VIEW COC & CMD PROJECTS CHANGE AGENT PROJECT PRISON PROJECT PRISON PROJECT CAR PROJECT ILSE MARCO PHUMZILE MONWABISI BUKIWE TRI FACILITATOR (3+) TRI FACILITATOR (2+) TRI FACILITATOR (2+) TRI FACILITATOR (1+) TRI STUDENT MALMESBURY WORCESTER WORCESTER LANGA COLLEGE OF CT PRISON PROJECT PRISON PROJECT KHAYELITSHA PROJECT BOOK KEEPING PROJECT SMILING ONE AMBASSADOR
  8. 8. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR RELEASE | PRISONS We have brought TRI to 3 Western Cape Prisons in 2015/16: Malmesbury Prison (32)
 Helderstroom Prison (8)
 Worcester Prison (20) 
 5 of our 7 Facilitators initially met SmilingOne inside prison while incarcerated and are trained as Responsibility Coaches in our COC College. 3 of the 5 facilitators are today successfully re-integrated and earn an income by facilitating and being an example of TRI - inside/out prison. 2 of the 5 facilitators are still incarcerated and guiding their fellow inmates through TRI not just in sessions but also through being an example of the TRI lifestyle in their living environment 
 Our 7 Facilitators have in the 3 prisons had 60 inmates in session in Phase 1. 15 of the 60 have qualified to move into Phase 2
 4 of the 15 have qualified to move into Phase 3 and are in training as Facilitators

  9. 9. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR RELEASE | PRISONS ARTICLE BY BRADLEY HESS TRI FACILITATOR 
 (COC COLLEGE 6+ YEARS) My process with the clients/peers over this period has been all about commitment, trust, interaction and continuous support. One of our sessions on The Observer assisted us to look deeper into our Purpose, our Identity and Direction. It has been a time of deeply thoughtful processes, a chance for all of us to implement our tools: to observe, to take ownership of our reactions, to express anger and fear in a non confrontational way and to give space for new development. In session we have learnt to own our feelings, to feel them, to name them and to tell them. The peers have also assisted me to reflect and learn so much more than just ‘the theory’. Some of the peers responses were: “I observe my words and my actions… I own the hurtful words and actions that I do to others… I now learn about things I do when I am stressed and feeling threatened… I stop hurting people with my words and my actions coz I don’t want them to do it to me… I am doing to others what was done to me by my Dad when I was a child… It has been amazing to see how purposeful each session is, how the peers handle conflict and the trust there is between us. It is inspiring to be part of their lives, allowing them and myself to develop, to learn and grow and to love in our own pace and understanding. I have related to the peers in meaningful ways to ensure that as they develop they can proudly say “I did that myself”.
  10. 10. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR RELEASE | PRISONS
  11. 11. “Life is like the sea. Sometimes it is up, sometimes it is down. It is time to think about past happenings. Where we lost track. Now is a chance to look into it. I met someone who did not want to look back into the past. I said to him: if you want to make sure you are on track make the change - you have to go back to see who you were back then, not to do the same as you did back then. We go back to rectify. Many don’t want to look back. But we must remember that we learn from the past. Our past is our teacher.” Igshaan Davids
 TRI 2 Graduate | COC College 3+ years Objective 2016/17: We offer our Services in 5 Western Cape Prisons We continue to offer our services at Malmesbury and Worcester Prisons. We fundraise and continue our services at Helderstroom Prison and open two more prison processes 1) Brandvlei Juvenile Centre and 2) Pollsmoor Prison. We value our partnership with DCS. We welcome 100 committed inmates to train in our SmilingOne COC College. The evidence of COC Education is to be found in 1) how each Student lives into the learning and becomes an example - a Role Model - of it every single day and 2) how each Student passes on the learning to his/her family and community. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION PRIOR RELEASE | PRISONS
  12. 12. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT The path of Re-Integration asks of commitment and discipline to live into personal values-based leadership. It is particularly challenging upon release from a Correctional Centre. Support is KEY. We offer Parolee & Family Support for our Students and have in 2015/16 assisted 9 parolees/ ex-parolees as they have continued their TRI/COC studies with SmilingOne. As part of their COC Education each student has: 1) deepened their ‘Sharing’ Practice and were offered weekly TRI sessions 2) explored and invested in their ‘Caring’ Practices and contributed to 7 Community Projects: our Prisons Project, Phumzile’s Khayelitsha Project, Franklin’s CMD Project, Fabio’s Belhar Project, Malcolm’s Car Project, Monwabisi’s Bookkeeping Project and Welcome’s Solace Project 3) explored their ‘I am a Resource’ Entrepreneurial Practice and have been inspired to find further study and job opportunity. We have through sponsorships offered 3 of the 9 Parolees income directly via SmilingOne. 5 of the 9 parolees have attended the Responsibility Coach Education offered by SmilingOne. 1 of the 9 parolees have made accounting his career and teaches others. Objective 2016/17: We offer 12 parolees & their families support as well as 5 parolees/ex- parolees income directly via SmilingOne as part of their ‘I am a Resource’ Entrepreneurial Practice.
  13. 13. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT PHUMZILE SALELA Khayelitsha Project
  14. 14. A truly special path of reintegration! We at SmilingOne feel fortunate to both witness and be part of Phumzile’s COC journey - he has from the moment he stepped outside the correctional centre on November 10th 2015 amazed us with his incredible heart. He moves with poetry in his soul and it is the greatest privilege to journey alongside him. Phumzile has trained with SmilingOne since 2012 and started his Responsibility Coach Educational Training in 2014 in Worcester Prison - fully activated in his COC. We involved Phumzile in daily activities in the first 3 months of his Day Parole from Pollsmoor Prison. He was given transport money to be able to travel to the projects. He joined Franklin in the CMD Community Project in Elsies River Wednesdays and in Fabio’s project in Belhar on Tuesdays. He also spend valuable time with his family in Khayelitsha, building the bridge back home into his family. Phumzile set up a TRI facilitation space in his home where he weekly (Thursdays) hosted 14 community members for sessions. Shortly thereafter he added the Zola Business School to his outreach portfolio, facilitating weekly TRI for a class of 18 children and offering drama & poetry classes on Fridays. Once a week he dedicated his time to his inner TRI journey in session with Franklin. Bi-weekly he attended his coach educational training with Karina. SOULFUL - VISIONAIRY - DEDICATED - POET - SELF MOTIVATED Objective 2016/17: we continue to support Phumzile in his re-integration journey - a COC in full blossoming. This includes an entrepreneurial food adventure, poetry and drama adventure and continued sharpening of the TRI Facilitator Toolbox. It is Phumzile’s objective to be a role model for more than 50 youth, women and men in his community. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT PHUMZILE SALELA Khayelitsha Project
  15. 15. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT FABIO JACOBS Belhar Project It has been an exciting journey to walk hand in hand with Fabio who did his TRI1+2 in Goodwood Prison from 2011-13. He reunited with us in 2015. Franklin has visited Fabio weekly in Belhar and together they have been working towards Fabio’s full COC activation. Our objective is to assist Fabio in unlocking his full potential. DREAM - ART - HEART
  16. 16. ` Monwabisi re-integrated in 2014 after training with SmilingOne inside Malmesbury Prison for two full years. He jumped right into building his own little business and offered ballroom dancing to the youth in Langa - all while in parolee support attending weekly TRI sessions. A fantastic learning curve for an inspired and hungry entrepreneurial mind. Throughout 2015 Monwabisi committed his full schedule to his accounting studies. He has offered manual book keeping classes as a free service to 3 of his fellow community members and also earns an income offering his skill. Our objective is to continue to assist Monwabisi in his full COC Activation. He has a space in our Project House in Wynberg where he can offer the Bookkeeping classes to the community. ENTREPRENEUR - PURPOSE - DRIVE - ACTION OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT MONWABISI MBETANE Bookkeeping Project
  17. 17. August - December 2015 we gave Malcolm an opportunity to explore his passion for cars further. We bought an old BMW 318 for the project which assisted Malcolm and Franklin in driving to all prison projects to facilitate TRI. The income generating COC activity supported Malcolm and his little family. Malcolm attended weekly TRI sessions with Franklin. We are deeply grateful to have been a puzzle piece in Malcolm’s journey. Each moment offers such great learning. Our objective is to continue to offer Malcolm a platform for TRI Guidance and COC Education. PASSION - HONESTY - DISCIPLINE OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT MALCOLM BOOYSEN Car Project
  18. 18. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT JABU MASILELA CHRIS PLAM MUSTAPHA JACOBS JIMMY MAJOLA
  19. 19. CHANGE AGENT FRANKLIN ESAU
  20. 20. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT FRANKLIN ESAU LOYALTY - DAILY PRACTICE - COMMITMENT - LEADERSHIP A Change Agent Extraordinaire with a solid commitment to his journey. It started in 2009 in Brandvlei Maximum Prison - Franklin is now 6.5 years into his SmilingOne Journey. - he has been a key role player in building the SmilingOne Foundation Parolee Support Portfolio as showcased earlier in our annual report. He is a truly special example, fully reintegrated and rehabilitated and has journeyed with our beneficiaries with incredible care and soulful attention - he has served on our board of trustees (his 2nd year) and has headed up the Change Agent Committee (his 2nd year) - he project managed the COC activations of each Parolee attending COC Education and expanded on his skill of supervision of TRI processes of Change Agents in the Making inside prison - he attended and deepened himself in his personal TRI & COC educational sessions consistently - fully aware that it starts with him - at the same time he continued to build on his COC2 Caring Project CMD (Central Music District) under the SmilingOne banner with a new studio in the horizon - together with Karina he has started a SmilingOne Publishing Company
  21. 21. ` OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT FRANKLIN ESAU CMD PROJECT - 7 youth guided in the project, weekly sessions - New album in progress by Franklin (aka Frank-E) with youth in project. - Voices (Frank-E, Nathalie) - Boomerang (Frank-E) - Emotions (Frank-E) - Faded (Frank-E) - Life as a Challenge (Frank-E) - Represent (Frank-E) - Your love (Frank-E, Byron, Jean Paul, Keith) - I am on it (Frank-E, Latoya, Byron, Jean Paul, Keith) - Circles of Change (Frank-E, Stanford, Robyn) - Music videos in the making: Voices & Chucks - All participants were active in TRI sessions
  22. 22. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT FRANKLIN ESAU CMD PROJECT PRODUCTION STUDIO & RADIO OBJECTIVE 2016/17 - through sponsorships we setup our new production studio and licensed radio in our project house in Wynberg - we welcome 20 youth in the CMD project to explore their talent and unlock potential - all project participants are enrolled in TRI - the studio becomes a fundraising engine as well for sustainability of the project - we raise funds through availing the studio to artists for recording purposes - we continue to have FUN and share a joyful learning path with our beneficiaries
  23. 23. OUR PORTFOLIOS RE-INTEGRATION POST RELEASE | CHANGE AGENTS | PAROLEE & FAMILY SUPPORT WELCOME DENNIS WITBOOI THE SOLACE NETWORK It is great pleasure to witness and support the journey of Welcome who started his TRI sessions back in Brandvlei Maximum Prison in 2008 - he was one of our first eight. Since re- integrating he has blessed his community with his vision of soulful education. He is a true master in networking and weaves many inspiring threads into a shared change approach which in 2015/16 has benefited hundreds of students in the Hout Bay Area. We continue to support Welcome in 2016/17.
  24. 24. OUR PORTFOLIOS COMMUNITY, WOMEN & YOUTH SUPPORT | EDUCATION Bukiwe has been with SmilingOne since 2011 and is now in her 3rd year of a Business Management Degree at the College of Cape Town, Gugulethu Campus. Bukiwe receives a monthly Stipend from SmilingOne. We were able to gift her with a laptop to attend efficiently to her studies in 2016. In our new project year Bukiwe is supported with a monthly stipend and has access to COC education. Elsie has been active in her TRI studies throughout 2015 in weekly sessions with Franklin. In the unlocking of her potential she discovered her passion for people and started an educational path towards becoming a nurse. Alongside her studies Elsie earned an income via SmilingOne as our cleaning angel, keeping our workshop and office space clean. This allowed her to invest more in herself and also to support her daughter Thembi on her educational journey.
  25. 25. OUR PORTFOLIOS COMMUNITY, WOMEN & YOUTH SUPPORT | EDUCATION Vuyiswa and Ma Esther are two incredible women from Nyanga East whom we have worked closely with since 2010. They and the 140 children in their care have benefited from our renovation and upgrade of the Educare Centre in 2014, continuous TRI/COC training for the staff as well as monthly stipends. In 2015 the objective was to move towards leadership sustainability for the Ivy Nyovane Educare Centre - all five key points in our 'Vision in Action' activated. In monthly TRI sessions with Franklin they have fine-tuned their toolboxes and from 2016 they are steering their own ship. What a truly special example you are Vuyiswa and Ma Esther!
  26. 26. WOMAN’S DAY: Celebrating 6 beautiful women who are committed to their educational path of self awareness & community development. We enjoyed a very special outing and lunch on Woman’s Day to the V&A Waterfront. EVENTS, FUNDRAISERS, MOTIVATIONAL TALKS & DOCUMENTARIES ` HONOURING DAD EVENT in Worcester Prison. Honouring those who are part of our life path as well as every single experience contributes greatly to our healing and active development. Banner made by Fabio - Belhar Project. CERTIFICATE CEREMONY in Helderstroom Prison - celebrating the commitment to a journey of self awareness and personal values-based leadership. We congratulate each participant and honour you deeply for making yourself a priority.
  27. 27. EVENTS FUNDRAISERS, MOTIVATIONAL TALKS & DOCUMENTARIES LIVE REPORTS: Transparency is of utmost importance to us. We have enjoyed to keep our sponsors updated and perform LIVE reports - here one of our LIVE reports at RUC where Franklin and Nathalie are sharing our newest song VOICES, a product from the CMD project. The congregation yearly donates funds towards our Change Agent Portfolio. This helps us cover a portion of Franklin’s activation in TRI session inside/out prison. FUNDRAISING EVENT: The Cape Town Cycle Tour is one of our platforms to network and invite people and companies to ride with SmilingOne. Our preparations started in August 2015. We enjoyed meeting our riders at a Meet n Greet prior to the big event. We had 15 riders.
  28. 28. EVENTS, FUNDRAISERS, MOTIVATIONAL TALKS & DOCUMENTARIES MOTIVATIONAL TALK: Franklin joined Phumzile at the Zola Business school to share of experiences with gangsterism and drugs. 17 youth are deeply concentrated and absorbing the inspiration shared. MOTIVATIONAL TALK: Franklin & Karina were invited to speak at the Learning & Development Community of Practice in SA - sharing of the Journey of The Responsible Individual - lives impacted as we begin to open ourselves in authentic expression. WORKSHOP: Our team of Responsibility Coaches & Change Agents in training are offered bi-weekly coach educational sessions and workshops. Here we are deepening ourselves in the Personal Balanced Profile - a Workshop based on case studies.
  29. 29. EVENTS, FUNDRAISERS, MOTIVATIONAL TALKS & DOCUMENTARIES CHANGE AGENT DOCUMENTARY: Roxanne Dalton has in 2015/16 continued to shoot footage for her documentary based on the Change Agent Journey’s of Franklin and Malcolm. The documentary is part of her Masters Degree in Documentary Arts at the University of Cape Town. We are all looking forward to the viewing in 2016 - to experience her lens on the Change Agent Journey. DANES IN SOUTH AFRICA: The Danish Television Station DR2 (a public service broadcasting company) followed Karina for a day and experienced her SmilingOne Change Agent work here in South Africa and aired it several times in Denmark. It has been incredibly well received and inspired us to invest more time into our International Volunteer Program.
  30. 30. INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM FUNDRAISING PARTNERSHIPS GROWTH OPPORTUNITY Nickolaj Johansson visited us from Denmark and spend 4 weeks fully emerged into our Change Agent Projects, enjoying an intimate close-up experience of our day to day operations as well as our COC educational approach. It was a fantastic learning curve for all of us. Objective 2016/17: We host 5 international volunteers yearly who stay at our Project House and follow one or more of our Change Agents over a period of 4-6 weeks. Each package is tailored to the volunteer and the funding (paid by the volunteer) goes in full towards our projects.
  31. 31. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
  32. 32. ` PROJECT HOUSE O B J E C T I V E 2 0 1 6 / 1 7 It is amazing how ‘the universe bends’ to assist a process when it is ripe. We are so excited about our new Project House and the potential it holds - offering a platform for our Change Agents to take their projects to the next level… HELP US EQUIP OUR PROJECT HOUSE - CMD Production Studio & Radio wish list: - Radio: RM sound craft mixing desk; 3x Rhode Microphones; 3x anglepoise Mic Stands; 3x M30 headsets; 2 Denon CD Players; Computer with eco sound card; Simian Programme/ playout system; internet for streaming - Production: Soundcraft spirit mixer; 3x Behringer B2 Microphones; 2x Behringer speakers; 2x long leg mic stands; 2x M30 Headsets; Samson Amplifier; Denon CD Player; Computer with Eco Sound Card; Adobe audition editing programme; Ableton recording programme; cushion padding for sound proofing; desks & chairs - Book Keeping Project wish list: 20x text books of each: book keeping to trial balance; payroll and monthly SARS returns; computerised bookkeeping; business literacy; + see office wish list - Food Project wish list: pots, pans, plates, glasses, mugs, cutlery, baking trays, utensils, serving bowls+platters, blender, cutting board, knives, peeler, spatulas, can opener, graters, sieve; measuring cups; mixing bowls; hand mixer, jugs, dish clothes, hand soap, dishwashing liquid; sponges; garbage bin; garbage bags, oven mitts, spices, 5x cafe tables + chairs, grass carpet etc. - Change Agent Office & Workshop Room Wish List: projector, whiteboards & whiteboard markers; A4 paper; stationery; printer/scan/copier in one; wireless internet for 2 years; 3 project laptops - Volunteer Accommodation: 1x bunkbed & 2 mattresses; 4x full-size cupboards (double doors); bedding/duvets/linen/blankets/bedcovers/pillows; curtains
  33. 33. ASLAM BAVA | ROBIN SOHNEN | DAVE THORPE | RUC ANONYMOUS FROM AUSTRALIA OUR SUPPORT NETWORK
  34. 34. 16% 8% 4% 55% 4% 14% Prison (educating Change Agents) Learning Support Change Agents (sustainable livelihoods) Youth Fundraising Operational FINANCIAL REPORT RAISED FUNDS: 304,513.05 
 SPONSORSHIPS R50,000 ABOVE
 1: LRMG PERFORMANCE AGENCY R132 255.00 SPONSORSHIPS R15,000 ABOVE 2: FAMILY DAVIDS R38 250.00 3: RUC R37 490.00 4: THORP MOTOR GROUP R22 000.00 5: D. THORPE R19 900.00 
 SPONSORSHIPS R5,000 ABOVE 6: LRC Legal Service 7: HG Page Auditing SPONSORSHIPS R2,500 ABOVE 8: A. BAVA R 4 000.00 9: I. VAN NIEKERK R 3 000.00 VARIOUS OTHER DONATIONS R47 618.05 + VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES BY OUR CHANGE AGENTS Brought into the year: R174,560.53 Raised in 2015/16: R304,513.05 Expenditure 2015/16: R413,413.45 We bring into 2016/17: R 65,660.13 Audited Financial Statements 
 available upon request! Comparison to previous year expenditure of R375,561.44 8% 8% 37% 26% 5% 16% Prisons (educating Change Agents) Bursaries Change Agents (sustainable livelihoods) Nyanga Fundraising Operational
  35. 35. Investment in the Change Agent is a key focus in COC Education. The moment we experience the buy-in from the Change Agent into their full COC Activation we take it to the next level - this means an activation of funds into their caring project in service to their community as well as funding into their entrepreneurial income generating TRI activities for sustainable livelihood. We went from 26% allocation in the previous year to 55% this year with the help of our treasured sponsors LRMG Performance Agency, D. Thorpe, RUC and A. Bava. We deeply value our longterm partnerships and their continuous support & buy-in to our change approach. We experience many NPOs struggling with the donor landscape in South Africa - agreed it is a challenging one. Yet in accepting the challenge we use it as our classroom. We are inspired to F I N A N C I A L R E P O R T create products within each of our projects within the next couple of years (music, productions, food, volunteer experiences) which over time can cover a large portion of our foundation’s budget. Imagine an in-house fundraising engine that ensures the continuous COC education of Change Agents - also inside our SA prisons (where it all began). We are inspired by best business practices recommended by Jim Collins in his best selling books: Good to Great; Great by Choice and How the Mighty Falls - also exemplified by our sponsor LRMG Performance Agency. We are conscious to always spin our primary flywheel. We offer COC Education and educate Change Agents - and we do it really well. We thank Family Davids for their third year of sponsorship of our Helderstroom Prison Process. It is one of our key focuses to strengthen our presence in further Western Cape Prisons over the next 5 years. Another wonderful opportunity when presented with Classrooms (challenges) is that it reveals what a Change Agent is truly made of. Awakened to a purpose driven by a passionate and deeply committed heart; deepening, persevering and opening doors. The Change Agent trusts that rewards are a natural ripple effect when one moves from core. We encourage an approach that is soulful and benefits all. Thank you Thorp Motorgroup for always having our back!
  36. 36. 
 AS A BOARD we are accountable for our standard of governance and therefore highly committed to ensure that we deliver what we promise. It begins with how we live our SmilingOne Dream, walking the talk and fuelling these values into building a strong and sustainable organisation. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT POLICY - the SmilingOne Foundations financial management is done in terms of the South African Auditing Standards and audited financial statements are available. Our external auditor HG Page (Company Practice No 964700) provide oversight and monitoring. QUALITY MANAGEMENT is integrated into the SmilingOne Foundations management system. Project monitoring and evaluation is part of our total Quality Management Policy. OUR CHANGE AGENT COMMITTEE is tasked with monitoring of all our COC projects. Each project undergoes monthly quality assurance through comprehensive COC feedback reports from the project as well an evaluation by the Chair of the Committee. GOVERNANCE CHANGE IN OUR BOARD - We say thank you to Nicky Thorp and Chris Plam for your wonderful contribution to our board the past couple of years and we wish you both great wind in your sails in future adventures. We have welcomed Ilse van Niekerk, Franklin Esau and Ridwaan Adams to our board of trustees. We deeply treasure the special ingredients they bring to the Governance of our SmilingOne Foundation.
  37. 37. THE SMILING ONE FOUNDATION NPO: Registration 080-470 PBO: 930034417 Postal address: Contact us: PO BOX 31153 Franklin: franklin@smilingone.com Tokai Karina: karina@smilingone.com 7966 Trust account: Donor Tax Deduction:
 First National Bank We issue you with a Section 18A Tax Tokai Branch 200409 Certificate enabling you to claim a Account 6225 925 3898 deduction from your taxable income SWIFT: FIRNZAJJ Earn BBBEE Points Email us for our PayPal details www.SmilingOne.com The SmilingOne Foundation is a Trust and registered as a non-profit organisation established for the objective of carrying out the SmilingOne Circles of Change (COC) initiative for the benefit of South African high risk communities. The Foundation has since 2008 been echoing its impact throughout the Western Cape. WE WELCOME YOUR SUPPORT `
  38. 38. When we learn to understand that challenges are in our lives to assist us in becoming more whole and finding a much better balance, we can begin to embrace and trust our path with everything we attract into it, find peace and happiness and walk through life as a responsible individual. www.TheResponsibleIndividual.com

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