Featuring youth groups and organisations in Fish Hoek, Muizenberg, Simon’s Town, Kalk Bay, St James, Kommetjie, Noordhoek, Ocean View,  Masiphumelele, Glencairn and Clovelly


Desmond Tutu Foundation introduces their afternoon youth programmes at the Youth Centre opposite the Masiphumelele High School. There is a HIV support group for 15-24 yr od newly infected (less than a year) young people living positively, coping with and understanding HIV, practicing safer sex and managing health. A Health Clinic Mon, Wed, Fr 1:30-5:30, Surfing at 2:30 Mon and Tues, Drama on Tuesday at 2.30, Yoga Wed 3:15, Creative Writing on Thurs 2:30 and Table Tennis on Friday from 1:30 onwards. For more info phone: 021 785  6764 or 079 2829 649.


Girl Guides is 102 years old, and it is alive and well in Fish Hoek!  Catering from 4½ year olds till adults, girls and women are divided into the following branches:

Teddies on Elsies Peak–          Teddies (4½ to 7 year old)

–          Brownies (7 till 10 year old)

–          Guides (10 till 14 year old)

–          Rangers (14 till 25 year old)

–          Trefoil Guild (adult)

Each branch provides an age appropriate programme aimed to equip and empower girls and women through FUN activities: for example outdoor adventures such as camps and hikes, games, creative activities, community involvement, environmental awareness and leadership training.  The Guides and Rangers are involved in the Kontiki competition annually, in which a themed raft has to be built and lived in on Sandvlei.  Opportunities exist for regional, national and international involvement.


The movement is run by volunteers, which keeps costs involved low.   There are various fundraising activities per year to keep this viable.  As with all youth organisations, some level of parental involvement is not mandatory, but desirable.

For further information contact Michelle Thomson at Thomso_M@mtn.co.za


FISH HOEK LEO CLUB is a NPO specifically geared towards young people who want to make a difference in their community. We love socializing and meeting new people so if you’re between the ages of 16 & 30 and are keen in getting involved please give us a call or join us at our meetings on the 1st Monday of each month at 19:30pm at the False Bay Volunteer Ambulance Base, 17th Ave, Fish Hoek. 

Phone Lindsey (President) – 072 424 0209 or Kevin (Secretary) – 083 371 1475  


 The Cub Pack and Scout Troop are both very strong and have a long record of successes, placing them amongst the top Groups in the country. We have about 50 Scouts (11 to 18 years), and 30 Cubs (8 to 10 years). There is often a waiting list, so you should get your name down soon if interested in joining. Activities include hiking, camping, kloofing, rock climbing, river rafting, paintballing, orienteering, mountain biking, go-cart racing and much more. 2nd Fish Hoek has won the annual award for the top Scout Troop in the Western Cape on several occasions. With the Troop having grown so big, we now have to extend our hall to accommodate more Scouts. We are in desperate need of donations of any sort, building material, funds and even physical help.



Evening camp on Orange River trip

Evening camp on Orange River trip


Patrol hike in Silvermine

Paddling a rapid

Paddling a rapid

Scouts meet every Fri 7.15-10pm.
Ph John Coetzee 084 300 2326 

Cubs meet every Friday 5.15-7pm
Ph Jim Cairns 083 440 1224  

Fish Hoek Teddies

For a heartwarming story about the Fish Hoek Tddies from  Guider Eva van Belle see



2009 Highlights: Our Out of School Youth Programme started in Redhill in 2008 has been very successful. Its aim is to equip and support youth to make informed decisions and become employable and independent. 2 of our Redhill participants have received bursaries from False Bay College and have started their respective courses this year. They are doing very well. 13 of our Redhill participants have also found employment and are now able to be independent and look after their families. Due to the success of this programme we have extended it to Masiphumelele. Our participants are growing on a weekly basis and are very enthusiastic. They have started volunteering in Masiphumelele to try and uplift the community. We are currently piloting an Orphans and Vulnerable programme in Masiphumelele; are offering psychosocial support to children aged 4 to13 yrs and are working with 4 creches and a group of 75 students at Ukhanyo Primary School. During 2010 we will continue to implement the Peer Education Programme, Out of School Youth Programme and Orphans and Vulnerable Programme. For further details phone Shan Prinsloo 021 782 0701 shan@oil.org.za 079 415 1072 8 Windsor House, Main Rd, Fish Hoek 


Art Vibrations Incorporated II is a  youth developmental organisation in Ocean View using the performing arts as a platform for 22 years to steer the youth away from drug abuse and gangsterism. Contact 

Alvin Castro on 084 293 5692 or email  


 Training at Paul Greyling Laer Skool in Fish Hoek on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5pm. Matches on Saturdays at 8.30am. For children 6-12 yrs. No fee. Ph Jayde on 072 688 0284



The Goodsport Trust is a non-profit organisation that promotes community upliftment by providing physical education and sport coaching at 7 schools in the South Peninsula of Cape Town. Coaches sourced from communities are empowered with the provision of skills and training. Visit www.goodsport.org.za for more information.

Contact Tassie Clarke 
 Email: tassie@goodsport.org.za  Ph 021 782 2254


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