The Future Factory is a Non-Profit organisation that was founded by Anne Siroky in February 2001. After retiring from volleyball and realising that few schools had a sports programme, she decided to start The Future Factory. As sport played an integral part in her life she decided to embark on bringing school sport to the schools through Olympic sport codes and sports development. She enjoyed sports and was always striving for all children to be afforded the opportunity of a chance to just play and have fun.
Anne Siroky is a great humanitarian and is a living legacy through her sports coaching, playing and all her work while making, moulding and shaping athletes to reach their full potential. She is a remarkable person that has Proudly South African imprinted in all her work and a great role model for all to emulate. Her persona and mannerism is about making people feel worthy and she daily encourages that to all, no matter what the person does each person should be treated equally and with respect. She encourages positivity in all she does and with those she works with, and negates negativity. Diagnosed with cancer and many setbacks through operations and accidents, she has fought to overcome her adversities to live and continues to do great work, ensuring that communities benefit with all the interventions that The Future Factory has to offer.