2021 Participating charities
Greenpop is an award-winning registered non-profit organisation headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa.
We work to restore ecosystems and empower environmental stewards through forest restoration, urban greening, food gardening, and environmental awareness projects across Sub- Saharan Africa. Founded in 2010, we have planted over 150,000 trees and inspired over 132,000 active citizens across South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, and Tanzania.
Created in 2010, Le Cap Sport is a Non Profit Organisation aiming at
– Promoting sport among the French and European Community
– Raising funds for charity sport projects (with Langa based Busy Bees Rugby Club)
We believe in a bright future for South Africa. A Rainbow Nation proud and embracing of its cultures & communities. A country richer for its diversity. The historical fishing village of Hout Bay reflects many aspects of South Africa today. There are many socio-economic issues within some of the areas, with high unemployment leading to drugs and crime which is on the increase – contrasting with an increase in wealth in other areas within the valley. Unfortunately due to the economic challenges and geographic separation there are very few opportunities for the communities to mix. This is where HBUFC comes in!
Categories: Education, Kids, Sports.
The Chaeli Campaign is a social justice foundation changing society’s views on the capabilities and role of children with disabilities in South Africa and around the world.
The work done through The Chaeli Campaign is true to its slogan: ‘For Kids Like Chaeli’. Through its programmes, this work continues to champion a more ability-focused and inclusive world.
Categories: Health, Kids, Social Services.
|Edunova is a Not for Profit Company established in 2005. Over the past 16 years Edunova has been working with schools enabling change through technology integration in teaching and learning practices in South African classrooms. Edunova works with principals, educators and learners building knowledge and skills around the use of ICT and developing the capacity of individuals.|
Edunova works nationally and has operations in the Western Cape, Limpopo, Gauteng, KZN and Eastern Cape.
Edunova’s purpose is to partner with schools wanting to create opportunities where technology can inspire and impact learners. In order to do this, they lead and assist schools to make effective use of all their technology and eLearning resources.
The Rondebosch Vuleka Trust offers bursaries to Rondebosch Preparatory School for African black boys. This bursary encompasses but is not limited to the following areas:
• School fees and aftercare
• Remedial, language support and private tutoring lessons
• Stationery and books
• Uniform and sport clothing
• Extra mural activities pertaining to the school (camps, sporting clinics and music lessons)
The Vuleka Trust also supports black boys(african, coloured, indian) with the following:
• Part payment of speech and occupational therapy sessions
• Private tutoring
• Educational psychologist assessments
• Music lessons
They call this WRAPAROUND
Operation Smile South Africa is a non-profit medical charity dedicated to providing safe, effective and timeous surgery to those without access across South Africa and the African continent. OSSA believes in a multi-disciplinary approach where the organisation functions both as a resource and mission country. OSSA strives to ‘Make South Africa Smile’ through a multi-pronged approach which includes SET surgeries, continuous education and training, the promotion of student programs and youth leadership, engagement with volunteers and donors and outreach to Southern Africa.
The Recovery Foundation looks at the external and environmental circumstances that surround drug addiction and chemical dependency, such as trauma, abuse, and unhealthy environments, to better understand why a person engages in regular substance abuse. The Recovery Foundation team emphasises the importance of connection and purpose. The Foundation believes that through creating healthy environments, encouraging strong and meaningful relationships, and fostering an individual’s passion for sports, cultural activities and other healthy outlets, people with substance abuse issues may overcome their circumstances and find a new way to live.
Categories: Social Services.
Who knew that by cycling for a cause, you can simultaneously have ‘#Feel Good Fun’ and assist The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) with vital funds to fight cancer?
CANSA believes that a balanced lifestyle is key to lowering your cancer risk and raise awareness on how to reduce cancer risk through monthly health campaigns as well as educating about the importance of knowing the symptoms of cancer, as well as going for regular screening and health checks.
CANSA is committed to connecting people facing cancer with information, day-to-day help and much-needed emotional support. We aim to ensure that cancer survivors and their loved ones do not face cancer alone.
Through your support we can continue the fight against cancer in South Africa and advance closer to the goal of a cancer-free society in our generation.
Categories: Education, Health.
Make A Difference Leadership Foundation NPC (MAD Leadership Foundation) is a national comprehensive scholarship that provides support and development opportunities to young South Africans. MAD Leadership Foundation aims to provide access to quality education and leadership development opportunities by supporting high school learners and tertiary students comprehensively, throughout their academic and personal journeys, and ensuring they have the necessary tools and opportunities to reach their full potential as future leaders of South Africa.
Established in 1872, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is the founding society of the SPCA movement in South Africa and is the oldest animal welfare organisation in the country. A registered non-profit organisation (NPO 003-244) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 930004317), the society relies on the support of concerned individuals and corporates to continue operating.
We are affiliated to the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA) and are Executive Members of the National Council of SPCAs South Africa (NSPCA), and previously a member of the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) before it’s dissolution.