Paving a Brighter Future for Learners and Youth in Our Community

Sea Vista Primary School

The club contributes to the educational fund in collaboration with the St Francis United Church. This fund is utilized to pay supplementary teachers to ease the stretched teacher/student ratio. The Club is working towards improvements to the sports fields and security. The Club also donates ad hoc funding for sporting activities, prizes and transport.

Sibanye Ladies Group

The Club supports all the fundraising activities and projects undertaken by the Sibanye Ladies in Sea Vista. These include skills development (reading in English, sewing, beadwork, yoga and swimming/life saving classes). In addition the club contributes funds for the Ladies’ project to supply teenage boys and girls of Sea Vista with basic hygiene products such as soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant and sani-pads.

Rotary Exchange Programme

To date our Club has sent two St Francis teenagers on the 12 month youth exchange programme. One to the USA and one to Italy. In addition we sent one young lady from Sea Vista to Argentina on a 6 week cultural exchange. The Club has so far hosted one exchange student from the USA on the 12 month programme and one from Argentina on the 6 week cultural exchange.

Sea Vista Library

This club was instrumental in facilitating the construction of the Sea Vista Library through the Kouga Wind Farm as well as the provision of books in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa, computer equipment and WiFi.

Woodridge College Interact Club

Youth development is a key Rotary International focus area. Interact clubs are high school level junior Rotary clubs. Woodridge College has an active membership and the club is supported by Rotary Club of St Francis. They initiate their own projects and fundraisers including a very successful annual colour run for CANSA.


Sea Vista Football Club, St Francis Galaxy Football Club, Seal Point Boardriders and other sports – wherever possible the club facilitates donation of sports and safety equipment, as well as clothing for under privileged children’s sports development. New kit has recently been sponsored through the Club for all the registered football clubs in St Francis, Humansdorp and surrounds.