Founded nine years ago by David Geldart the Bambisanani Partnership has gained charitable status from the Charities Commission.
The partnership has gained international acclaim for its work in one of South Africa most deprived areas using sport to promote education, health, leadership and global citizenship.
There was also national praise also for the achievement:
Bambisanani Partnership Registered Charity details [CHARITIES COMMISSION]
The Founding Trustees of the partnership are:
- Mrs Katie Campbell
- Mr Darren Beardsley
- Mr Duncan Baines
- Mr David Geldart
- Mrs Diane Maguire
- Mrs Barbara Pounder
Additionally the school has recently appointed Mrs Catherine Chattoe to coordinate the work of the partnership.
St. Mary's, Menston - Charitable Status for work in South Africa [DIOCESEOFLEEDS.ORG.UK]
Lucy Hings and Lily Humphreys (Year 13) gave an informative talk to the members of The Rotary Club of Aireborough on 27 November 2018 at Horsforth Golf Club.
“Volunteering Work in South Africa reaches new heights”
This year the Bambisanani Partnership became involved in the British Council and Premier League Premier Skills initiative.
We're so proud of our 2017 South Africa Visit St. Mary's students who were honoured at today's #DianaAwardNorth event
Alessandra completes the Great North Run for the Bambisanani Partnership
The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Graham Latty, and the Lady Mayoress, Councillor Pat Latty recently met with members of the Bambisanani team at the Civic Hall to recognise the work of the Leeds based charity in South Africa.
The annual Wenlock Olympian Games have a unique place in the history of world sport
Volunteering work in South Africa reaches new heights