You can support our children, volunteers, staff, beneficiaries and those in our community by helping pay for a specific need.
Yes! We are a Non-Profit Organisation and Public Benefit Organisation in South Africa and a registered charity in the UK – our registration numbers can be found on our website.
We have a board of trustees in both South Africa and the UK, who oversee our work, help guide our decision-making process and ensure good governance.
For all donations received, Section 18A Certificates can be awarded. These certificates can be presented to SARS for further tax relief.
Section 18A of the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962 (the Act) allows donors to deduct donations made to registered Section 18A organisations from their taxable income (limiting such deductions to 10% of the taxable income of both corporate entities and individuals).
For UK taxpayers donating in the UK, we can claim an additional 25% of your donation on completion of a Gift Aid Declaration. This can be found on our UK Donate Page or by emailing email@example.com and requesting a copy of the Declaration Form, which we can send to you. firstname.lastname@example.org for more details of any specific needs at this time.
Absolutely! You are welcome to look at how we allocate your generous donations. We produce annual financial accounts and reports in both South Africa and the UK, which are independently audited. In the UK our accounts are filed with the Charity Commission and are publicly available. Copies of our most recent audited accounts are available upon request.
Yes! Direct Deposits can be made directly to our account in South Africa, the UK and in the USA. Specific details can be found by clicking on the country link in our Donate page.