ABRAHAM KRIEL BAMBANANI NPCblue flower

Our objectives

We care for, protect and empower orphaned and vulnerable children and youth in need. We do this in residential facilities and in community-based care models, which enable these young people to develop to their fullest potential. We strive towards a high standard of childcare and excellence in good governance. We aim to achieve greater sustainability and growth in order to impact on more children and communities.

Beneficiaries we help per year

1 343

Provincial footprint

Gauteng

Year formed 

1902 

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 241
Sites: 13

registration

NPC, NPO, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Paul S Momsen
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Phone:  011 839 3058
Website: www.abrahamkriel.org
Facebook: AbrahamKrielBambanani
Twitter: AbrahamKrielB
Instagram: AbrahamKrielB

CAPE TOWN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION TRUST (CTEET)

Our objectives

Increase the environmental consciousness of local communities and support conservation initiatives by: conducting education programmes for schoolchildren to encourage a passion for nature, support their knowledge and personal growth; running training and development programmes for youth in nature-based career paths; facilitating and managing the directing of funds towards conservation activities.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 9 500        Secondary: 40 000

Provincial footprint

Western Cape

Year formed 

2001

annual turnover
R5m to R10m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 88        Part-time: 4
Volunteers: 3            Sites: 11

registration

NPO, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval, Trust

Name and contact details

Anthony Roberts
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021 444 2794
www.cteet.co.za
Facebook: Cape Town Environmental Education Trust - CTEET
Instagram: ChangingLivesThroughNature
Twitter: @CTEnviroEd

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (CDP) TRUST

Our objectives

CDP is an arts, culture, education and training organisation. We use powerful and innovative arts methodologies for transformation and self-development of teachers, Early Childhood Development (ECD) workers and communities. Using the arts we also provide programmes in support of women survivors of gender-based violence and to organisations that promote women’s human rights.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 1 276         Secondary: 29 928

Provincial footprint

National, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Year formed 

1989

annual turnover
R2m to R5m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 17        Volunteers: 3
Part-time: 2               Sites: 8

registration

NPO, PBO with Section 18A approval, Trust

Name and contact details

Deyana Delphine Thomas
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011 624 1025
www.cdptrust.org

Facebook: cdptrust
Instagram: cdptrust
Twitter: @CDPtrust

FOCUS ON ITHEMBA

Our objectives

We believe in the signiicance of quality education and investing in KwaZulu-Natal’s youth resulting in life-altering positive change. Our focus areas include partnering with local pre-schools to ensure quality Early Childhood Development; our scholarship programme where children from the ECD partner pre-schools are awarded scholarships to attend Waterfall Schools and supporting our foster children who are currently doing their tertiary studies. Partner with us as we grow hearts and minds.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 60 Secondary: 500 

Provincial footprint

KwaZulu-Nata

Year formed 

2003

annual turnover
R5m to R10m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 7;  Part-time: 2

Volunteers: 4;   Sites: 9

registration

NPO, NPC, PBO, PBO with sections 18A approval

Name and contact details

Tayla-Anne Goss
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031 710 1800
www.focusonithemba.org
Facebook: Focus on iThemba
Instagram: focusonithemba

FUNDZA LITERACY TRUST

Our objectives

FunDza believes reading changes lives. It promotes reading for pleasure among SA youth by producing exciting local content that inspires lifelong reading. It uses technology to reach a broad readership via its ‘cellphone library’, and delivers reading and writing programmes to groups nationwide. FunDza is helping young people develop the literacy skills they need for school, work and life.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 250 000          Secondary: 1 000 000+ 

Provincial footprint

National

Year formed 

2011

annual turnover
R2m to R5m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 8;  Part-time: 7

Sites: 1

registration

NPO, PBO with Section 18A approval, Trust

Name and contact details

Mignon Hardie
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021 709 0688
www.fundza.co.za
Facebook: FunDzaLiteracyTrust
Instagram: @FunDzaClub

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SOUTH AFRICA

Our objectives

Bringing people together to provide decent shelter, improve livelihoods and reduce housing poverty for low-income families. Home construction, repair and renovations through our Volunteer Build Programme. Additional areas of focus include our community development work. Through advocacy we aim to collaborate with sector partners and proactively engage with public and government stakeholders on policies concerning human settlement.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 396        Secondary: 27 500

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape

Year formed 

1987

annual turnover
R0 or loss-making
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 17        
Sites: 8

registration

NPO, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval, Trust

Name and contact details

Mr Patrick Kulati
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021 657 5640
www.habitat.org.za
Facebook: habitatforhumanitysouthafrica
Instagram: hfhsouthafrica
Twitter: @HFHSouthAfrica

THE HOPE FACTORY

Our objectives

Ignite hope for a better future by growing people, developing businesses and impacting communities. The Hope Factory delivers Socio-Economic Development Programmes and Customised Projects for economic transformation. Establishing vital and solid foundations for start-ups that impact targeted communities and industries through entrepreneurial skills development training and mentoring.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: ±100 project dependent

Provincial footprint

Eastern Cape, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal

Year formed 

2001

annual turnover
R2m to R5m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 4         Part-time: 3
Sites: 3

registration

NPC, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Annie Mc Walter
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041 484 7400
www.thehopefactory.co.za
Facebook: The Hope Factory South Africa
Twitter: @HopefactorySA

IKAMVAYOUTH

Our objectives

IkamvaYouth provides an after-school tutoring programme to high school learners who attend under-resourced township schools in South Africa. IkamvaYouth provides a safe space for learners to be after class ends, where they receive help with their homework and a host of other services and support to ensure they succeed. Since our humble beginnings, we have grown from one branch to more than 15 and support over 5 000 learners per year through our various programmes.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: Over 2 000 learners      Secondary: Over 3 000 learners

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, North West, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape

Year formed 

2003

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 55        Part-time: 14
Volunteers: 721      Sites: 17

registration

VA, NPO, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Lungile Zakwe
021 820 7444 / 012 753 2166
www.ikamvayouth.org
Facebook: IkamvaYouth SA
Twitter: @IkamvaYouthSA
Instagram:  IkamvaYouth SA

LOVE JUSTICE SOUTH AFRICA

Our objectives

Love Justice South Africa is an organisation ighting the injustice of human traicking. We do this through transit monitoring and interception, attacking traicking at the most strategic moment – while it is in the process of occurring and BEFORE exploitation and enslavement. Internationally to date, we have intercepted over 15 000 people from slavery, exploitation, and abuse. We currently have four stations in South Africa.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 300         Secondary: 5 000

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, International

Year formed 

2016

annual turnover
R2m to R5m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 12        Volunteers: 1
Part-time: 1               Sites: 4

registration

PBO with Section 18A approval, NPC

Name and contact details

Ryan Sobey
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079 827 9644
www.lovejustice.ngo

Facebook: LoveJusticeIntl LoveJusticeIntl
Twitter: @lovejusticeintl

MAHARISHI INSTITUTE

Our objectives

We provide tertiary education (a BA degree in business administration) to young people who are not able to aford post-school studies. This is done through a unique combination of a no-interest student loan and an ‘earn and learn’ programme, which sees the students working while studying to gain experience and repay their loan. Students receive over R1m worth of education. Maharishi Institute makes use of the approach of Consciousness-Based Education.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Tertiary: 1 000 to 2 000 (which includes short courses). Secondary and primary level we are working with 650 in schools in KZN.

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal

Year formed 

2007

annual turnover
R30m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 70        Part-time: 8
Volunteers: 5      Sites: 3 plus Ezemvelo

registration

NPO

Name and contact details

Dr Taddy Blecher
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082 926 2157 www.maharishiinstitute.org
Facebook: The Maharishi Institute
Twitter: @MI_SouthAfrica  

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF AND FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (NCPD)

Our objectives

The NCPD does advocacy work and services leading to an equitable and inclusive society. We do universal design and access audits; work placement and reasonable accommodation; internships; workplace policy and disability equity training; entrepreneurs with disabilities; disability information and children’s programmes; referrals of persons with disabilities needing our services; motor vehicle importation rebate, beach permits and parking discs.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 17 000        Secondary: 102 000

Provincial footprint

National

Year formed 

1939

annual turnover
R10m to R15m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 39        Part-time: 15
Sites: 2000

registration

NPC, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Therina Wentzel-du Toit
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083 255 6854
www.ncpd.org.za
Facebook: disabilities_sa
Instagram: disabilities_sa
Twitter: @The_NCPD

NEW LEADERS FOUNDATION

Our objectives

New Leaders Foundation is a not-for-proit company committed to transforming South African education. We believe education and unemployment are two of the greatest challenges of our generation and we are committed to developing empowered leaders in education and in our organisation who will shape a positive future for our children.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Tertiary: 1 000 to 2 000 (which includes short courses). Secondary and primary level we are working with 650 in schools in KZN.

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape

Year formed 

2011

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 756       Part-time: 5
Sites: 9

registration

NPO

Name and contact details

Giles Gillett
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010 590 6100
www.newleaders.co.za
Linkedin: new-leaders-foundation
Twitter: @newleadersSA

ABRAHAM KRIEL BAMBANANI NPCblue flower

Our objectives

We care for, protect and empower orphaned and vulnerable children and youth in need. We do this in residential facilities and in community-based care models, which enable these young people to develop to their fullest potential. We strive towards a high standard of childcare and excellence in good governance. We aim to achieve greater sustainability and growth in order to impact on more children and communities.

Beneficiaries we help per year

1 343

Provincial footprint

Gauteng

Year formed 

1902 

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 241
Sites: 13

registration

NPC, NPO, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Paul S Momsen
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Phone:  011 839 3058
Website: www.abrahamkriel.org
Facebook: AbrahamKrielBambanani
Twitter: AbrahamKrielB
Instagram: AbrahamKrielB

PRIMARY SCIENCE PROGRAMME (PSP)

Our objectives

The Primary Science Programme (PSP) improves the quality of education in South Africa. We train, mentor, coach and support teachers in classrooms to strengthen content and practical teaching and learning of critical subjects: natural sciences and technology, mathematics, language and environment in primary schools, using an enquiry-based approach. Our vision: excellent primary schooling for all South Africa’s children.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 2 500         Secondary: 140 000

Provincial footprint

Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape

Year formed 

1984

annual turnover
R5m to R10m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 12        Part-time: 2 
Sites: 2

registration

NPO, PBO with Section 18A approval, NPC

Name and contact details

Dr Zorina Dharsey
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021 691 9039
www.psp.org.za
Facebook: Western-Cape-PrimaryScience-Programme-PSP-

PROTEC

Our objectives

PROTEC was established 36 years ago to help school learners in previously disadvantaged communities to prepare for and successfully embark on careers in maths, sciences, technology and engineering. By implementing holistic educational projects aimed at both learners and teachers country-wide, PROTEC aims to increase the technologically skilled workforce in South Africa and promote lifelong learning.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 3 965         Secondary: 1 880

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape

Year formed 

1982

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 31       Part-time: 165
Volunteers: 5          Sites: 23

registration

NPO, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Balan Moodley
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011 339 1451
www.protec.org.za
Facebook: PROTECnpoFacebook: PROTECnpo
Twitter: @PROTECnpo

SECTION27, INCORPORATING THE AIDS LAW PROJECT

Our objectives

SECTION27 is a public interest law centre that seeks to achieve substantive equality and social justice. Guided by the principles and values in the Constitution, SECTION27 uses law, advocacy, rights literacy, research and community mobilisation to achieve access to healthcare services and basic education, creating systemic change and ensuring accountability.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: N/A         Secondary: SA

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape

Year formed 

2010

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 37        Volunteers: 1
Part-time: 4               Sites: 1

registration

NPO, NPC, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Mark Heywood
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011 356 4100
www.section27.org.za

Facebook: SECTION27news
Instagram: SECTION27news
Twitter:@SECTION27newsSECTION27news

SMILE FOUNDATION

Our objectives

Smile Foundation is a non-proit organisation with a comprehensive healthcare vision for children living with facial conditions. We help children in need of surgery for treatable facial anomalies such as cleft lip, cleft palate, ear and nose conditions, facial paralysis, burn wounds and craniofacial abnormalities. We are dedicated to transforming children’s lives in South Africa.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 300         Secondary: 25

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Free State, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape

Year formed 

2000

annual turnover
R10m to R15m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 7         Part-time: 20
Volunteers: 4         Sites: 11

registration

NPO, 

Name and contact details

Hedley Lewis
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011 325 6480
www.smilefoundationsa.org
Facebook: Smile Foundation SA
Instagram: Smile Foundation SA 
Twitter: @SmileFundSA 

SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGES SOUTH AFRICA

Our objectives

SOS Children’s Villages is an independent, non-governmental organisation that advocates for the rights of South Africa’s most marginalised children. We build loving, stable families for children and young people who have lost or are at risk of losing parental care. SOS provides care and support to children through 11 SOS programmes, in eight provinces.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 900        Secondary: 5 000

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and Western Cape

Year formed 

1982

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 240        Volunteers: 18
Part-time: 5                  Sites: 12

registration

NPO

Name and contact details

Stephen Miller
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011 234 8708
www.sossouthafrica.org.za
Facebook: SOS Children’s Villages South Africa
Instagram: SOSCVSA
Twitter:@soscv_sa

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ZAKAH FUND (SANZAF)

Our objectives

SANZAF is a faith-based socio-welfare organisation that strives to facilitate the empowerment of needy families by fulilling our mandate to efect meaningful and sustainable change through development and relief. We are committed to investment in education and socio-economic development through a variety of interventions and undertake projects such as bursary programmes, early childhood development, welfare, soup kitchens, school lunches and food hamper distributions aimed at alleviating hunger.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 1,193,392         Secondary: 234,400

Provincial footprint

Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Free State, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape

Year formed 

1974

annual turnover
More than R20m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 115         Part-time: 1,200
Sites: 29

registration

NPO, PBO

Name and contact details

Yasmina Francke
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021 447 0297
www.sanzaf.org.za
Facebook: SANZAF
Instagram: sanzaf_official
Twitter: @SANZAFSA

SPCA BLOEMFONTEIN

Our objectives

The Bloemfontein SPCA’s main purpose is to prevent cruelty to animals. Education forms a big part of our activities. We strive to ensure that every animal owner is well informed about how to care for their animals. It is a fact that where there are people, there are animals, and we want to make the lives of animals better. A healthy animal means a healthy owner. We believe in education and job creation.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 10 000        

Provincial footprint

Free State

Year formed 

1914

annual turnover
R2m to R5m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 14        Volunteers: 10
Part-time: 5                Sites: 1

registration

NPO

Name and contact details

Reinet Meyer
bloemfonteinspca@absamail. co.za
051 447 3801
www.bloemfonteinspca.co.za
Facebook: Bloemfontein SPCA
Twitter:@BloemSpca

THE UNLIMITED CHILD

Our objectives

The Unlimited Child is a leading Early Childhood Development and skills development non-proit organisation. We ensure that children from birth to six years old have access to high quality and sustainable early childhood education so that they can develop to their full personal and educational potential.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 4 993            Secondary: 134 031     

Provincial footprint

NPO, NPC, PBO with Section 18A approval

Year formed 

2009

annual turnover
R5m to R10m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 10        
Part-time: 15                Sites: 1840

registration

NPO, NPC, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Candice Potgieter
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031 716 9600
www.theunlimitedchild.org
Facebook: theunlimitedchild
Instagram: theunlimitedchild
Twitter:@theunlimitedchild

VASTFONTEIN COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION

Our objectives

We aim to transform our community through education, training, development and mentoring programmes, using a holistic approach addressing physical, emotional, economical and social issues. Through our secondary school and skills development programmes, we focus on agriculture, ICT and small business development for unemployed youth, assisting them to ind employment or start their own business. We raise leaders, release potential and realise dreams.

Beneficiaries we help per year

Primary: 800            Secondary: 3 000     

Provincial footprint
Gauteng

 

Year formed 

1998

annual turnover
R5m to R10m
Number of staff and sites we operate

Permanent: 54            Volunteers: 8
Part-time: 5                   Sites: 3

registration

NPO, NPC, PBO, PBO with Section 18A approval

Name and contact details

Mathilda Fourie
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082 903 2894
www.vastfontein.co.za

Facebook: vastfontein community transformation

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