Participating Charities

Riding the Cape Town Cycle Tour for your own charity has never been easier, or more secure. The #CTCTFundracers hub is a simple, safe and easy-to-use portal that lets you channel your hard-earned miles into cash for causes.

Orbis Africa

Contact: Mandy Ngada

Orbis Africa works with local partners to develop their capacity for accessible, high-quality, sustainable eye-health services for all, regardless of their ability to pay. We do this by developing infrastructure, providing training to local doctors, nurses and community members, and conducting outreach services.

Categories: Education, Health, Kids.

Solidariteit Helpende Hand

Contact: Adele Wright

Solidarity Helping Hand was established in 1949 in response to the poverty crisis after the Second World War. Today, our Helping Hand service extends much further – from children to the elderly – with a specific focus on alleviating, preventing and breaking free from poverty. We believe the best way to do this is through training and skills transfer, with a particular focus on preventing children from falling into the poverty spiral. Helping Hand functions within the Solidarity movement as a non-profit company that generates its own funds.
A large part of Solidarity Helping Hand’s work is focused on relieving the suffering of vulnerable people. We believe that children, the disabled and the elderly should receive unconditional assistance. Although projects run by our more than 160 branches countrywide are dealing with this job exceptionally well, the feeling that more could be done always persists. Helping Hand is as strong as its communities and we need their ongoing support to help us maintain our goals.

Categories: Education, Kids.


Contact: Maryke van Rensburg

SA.MAST is permanently located in the heart of Khayelitsha and currently responsible for the largest, area specific and goal driven mass animal sterilisation campaign in Africa. To date, we have sterilised, vaccinated (incl. rabies) and treated for internal and external parasites over 18 000 + animals in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa, the largest informal settlement in South Africa. Our Mission: To assist informal and disadvantaged areas in their urban renewal and rehabilitation. We achieve our mandate by addressing the causes and consequences of the over-population of diseased, stray, neglected, abused or dangerous domestic animals in specific areas via the implementation of a free, consistent, extremely focused and goal driven mass animal sterilisation, treatment and education campaign.

Categories: Animals.


Contact: Patience Lungisa

Edunova is a non-profit company established in 2005. Edunova works nationally. Edunova has learning centres in Langa (Western Cape), Jane Furse (Limpopo) and Duncan Village (East London) .

Our purpose is to partner with schools wanting to create opportunities where technology can inspire and impact learners. In order to do this Edunova leads and assists schools to make effective use of all their technology and eLearning resources. Edunova aspires to provide opportunity and hope to children who have innate talent and a desire to learn.

Categories: Education.

St Helena Sandveld Hospice

Contact: Peter Devey

Welcome ! Please join our cycling team helping to raise vital funds for improving the quality of life for people of all ages with life threatening illnesses. Our home based palliative care is provided to the residents of the largely rural West Coast towns of Vredenburg, Langebaan, Saldanha, Velddrift, Jacobsbaai and Hopefield . Established in 2004 as a Non Profit Company and registered with the Dept. of Social Development as a NPO and with SA Revenue Services as a Public Benefit Organisation . Member of the Hospice Palliative Care Association of SA.

Categories: Health.

Senecio – Support for People with Disabilities

Contact: Veronica

Children with disabilities face many struggles, especially in the underprivileged and under serviced areas. Lack of knowledge of the child’s condition, lack of resources, lack of facilities that offer care and assistance, limited transport options and the stigma surrounding disabilities are only a few of the struggles they face every day.

We address these problems by providing therapeutic intervention (done by Physio -, Occupational – and Speech therapists). We establish temporary outreach clinics and conduct home visits for children who do not have access to Care Centres. We also offer Hambisela training for facilitators, parents, caregivers and individuals with Cerebral Palsy.

Visit for more information.

Categories: Kids.

Charity Cycling Club

Contact: Johann Maré

The Charity Cycling Club, is a Level 1 BBBEE contributor, a SARS Tax Exempt Organisation (PBO) and fully accredited Non-Profit Organization in existence for the last 16 years. The Club’s key strategic deliverable is to practice and broaden the sport of cycling whilst raising funds for various charities. We use our preferred sport to achieve our objectives through challenging Cycle Tours which incorporates fun, enthusiasm, dedication, commitment and participation from our members whilst, at the same time, raising funds for mainly destitute children.

Categories: Kids, Sports.

Ari’s Cancer Foundation

Contact: Zelda Jansen

Ari’s Cancer Foundation, established in 2012, is run by 11 voluntary committee members inspired by the life of a vibrant young lady Ariana (Ari), who lost her battle to cancer at the age of 24.

The foundation is affiliated with the Red Cross Children’s Hospital, St Luke’s Hospice and Groote Schuur Hospital, and raises funds for Youth Booths (see our website for more information) and to provide support for families that are fighting or living with cancer. Many of these families have no financial support, medical aid or medical insurance schemes to cover the high expense of cancer treatment.

Categories: Health.

In God’s Hands Foundation

Contact: AD Spangenberg

In God’s Hands Foundation is a Section 18a Non Profit organisation that plan and organsise fund raisers for organisations that are involved with the less fortunate among us.

In God’s hands foundation is a NPO charity organization, which was born from the personal experience of Koos and AD Spangenberg. After their father past away due to cancer in the old age home of Moorreesburg. It was there that they saw the desperate need for health care equipment and other daily necessities that keeps such an establishment functional. A desperate need that is no longer a priority for the government. The old age home in Moorreesburg is just one of many cases that need funding to continue servicing our people. And so, in 2012 the In God’s Hands Foundation was born.

Categories: Health, Kids.

Matla A Bana

Contact: Monique Strydom

A child is raped in South Africa every 3 minutes. Most of them are little girls between 4 and 12. We help 30 000 children every year who report child rape by giving emergency comfort packs, by creating child friendly reporting facilities at police stations, by training officers of the law and doctors to deal with child victims and by hosting child protection programs at schools. The price of one comfort pack is R 200 – but it will change the life of the child when the crime is reported. By joining our Xtreme for Kids Cycling team – you will not be only help us to help 5 child rape victims, but you will also be invited to join for the last day of our Xtreme for Kids 2019 Cycling Tour (Johannesburg to Cape Town) on Saturday 9 March as they arrive in Cape Town.

Categories: Kids.

Atlantic Hope

Contact: Dani Janks

Atlantic Hope is a Place of Safety for vulnerable babies (either abandoned, removed from their parents or awaiting adoption), providing temporary and immediate placement within a safe and loving environment. They provide basic developmental, physical and mental care. Medical needs are prioritised, and babies are fed, kept warm, and given affection so that they experience as little trauma as possible, and are able to grow and thrive. Atlantic Hope is legally approved to house up to six babies at one time, providing care whilst legal decisions and proceedings determining the child’s future are conducted. Since 2010, Atlantic Hope has cared for 82 babies. Each one has gone on to a more permanent caring and supportive environment.

Categories: Kids, Social Services.

St Luke’s Combined Hospices

Contact: Bianca Moyo

We offer quality palliative care through assessing the physical, emotional, psychosocial and spiritual needs of people over the age of 12 with life-limiting illnesses at the end of life. We also provide bereavement care and support to families following the death of their loved ones.We offer this type of care to people at their homes and currently we care for over 900 patients through our satellite community day hospices located in the greater areas of Southern Peninsula. We also have an In patient unit which provides 24-hour care to patients by means of a skilled team of doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual counsellors, complementary therapists and volunteers.

Categories: Health.


Contact: Jeanette Kruger-Hibbins

As a National Body we assist other NGO’s to not only be as effective as possible, but also to become sustainable and economically active. There for KOOT FOUNDATION will be raising funds for FEED A CHILD this year.Feed a Child’s vision is to eradicate poverty in a sustainable manner and to take God’s hope to the nations. Feed a Child currently has an impact on the lives of approximately 10 000 people on a regular basis. Feed a Child has many projects and is currently delivering more than 2,000,000 meals per annum to children throughout South Africa. It is estimated that almost 10% of the South African population are children of no particular culture or ethical group, living below the poverty line and in circumstances beyond their control.

Join our Charity for R1850.00
Cycle shirts can be ordered extra

Join My Group Link

Categories: Kids.

Pebbles Project

Contact: Charmaine Gola

Pebbles Project supports over 1500 children aged 0 – 18 and their families in the farming communities in Somerset West, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington and Citrusdal. The majority of our beneficiaries are children of wine farm workers who live on the various farms in often challenging circumstances. Alcohol abuse, poverty, lack of access to education, health and other essential services all contribute to the reason why Pebbles exists.
Pebbles has 5 main pillars – education, health, nutrition, community and protection, with the core focus on providing quality education. We understand that effective learning only takes place when several key factors, which may affect the learning process, are addressed. Our holistic, 5 pillar approach allows us to assist children, not only with their education, but also with other factors that will affect the child’s ability to learn, thereby ensuring that children are given the best chance at success.

Categories: Education.

Cycle for Bibles

Contact: Corne Basson

Since 1820, the Bible Society of South Africa has been providing affordable Bibles for all South Africans in their own language and in suitable formats, so that all may experience the life-giving message of the Word. Our vision is a Bible for everyone – not just for people who read or for those who can afford to buy a Bible. We do this by translating, producing and distributing the Word of God in all 11 official languages. You can help us in our mission, by joining our team! Choose from 1 of 4 packages, ranging from R1300 to R2300 (details will be emailed to you once your profile is created).  Cycle for Bibles today!

Categories: Social Services.

Amy Foundation Formerly The Amy Biehl Foundation

Contact: Michelle Bagley

The Amy Foundation is a non-profit organisation that offers programmes to develop and empower youth, ages 5-35, living in challenged and vulnerable communities within the Western Cape. Our After School Programme supplements the shortcomings of the educational system in the townships. By focusing on creativity the Amy Foundation aims to make learning enjoyable while also fostering the drive for academic success. Our Youth Skills Development (YSD)  Programme prepares young people for employment. Participants complete our programme with the skills to become economically active youth and active members of the job force. YSD students are granted the opportunity for internships and potential jobs at companies such as the Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa, Relate Trust, Nandos, and International Hotel School.

Categories: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Kids, Sports.

S.A Guide Dogs Association for the Blind

Contact: Teagan Schwerin

Established in 1953, S A Guide Dogs Association (GDA) aims to provide people who are visually impaired, physically challenged as well as children with Autism with independence, mobility and companionship through a working dog.
The College of Orientation and Mobility provides the education and qualification of practitioners in the skills of orientation and mobility who then train people who are visually impaired to use a long cane as well as other daily tasks that need to be completed without the use of sight. The cost of breeding and training one working dog and of providing a follow up service to the owner is in excess of R100 000. The blind person only pays R5 for their dog and R200 for their equipment and training. We do not receive any form of Government assistance, and all our funds are raised from the public by way of donations, events, sale of promotional items, collections and sponsorships and direct mail appeals.

Thank you for your support for the differently-abled

Categories: Education, Health.

Rhino Security Project

Contact: Peter Kuyler

The Rhino Security Project is a fundraising initiative of the Rotary Club of Dundee which provides support to Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife’s war on rhino poaching. HOW DO WE USE OUR FUNDS? In accordance with an agreement, our Club provides Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife’s anti-poaching units with specialized equipment and clothing. We have sold over 200 “Stop the Slaughter ” T-shirts and cycle jerseys as part of this fundraising initiative. PLEASE RIDE WITH US to declare WAR ON POACHING and STOP THE SLAUGHTER.

“Stop the Slaughter”cycle jerseys are available at only R650-00.

Categories: Animals, Education, Environment.

Feenix – Tertiary Education Funding

Contact: Rezaahna Hendricks

Feenix is an online platform that enables tertiary students in need of funding, to take their education funding goals into their own hands, by telling their story and sharing their experiences.
Allowing individuals, just like you, to contribute to their outstanding university fees and make a positive and lasting change in their lives.

Rising out of a shared belief that education is vital to breaking the cycle of poverty, there was an enormous sense of wanting to help in whatever way possible, and a frustration at the lack of channels available to provide that help. A crowdfunding solution was established to create a network of givers by connecting individuals, businesses and students on one platform and provide access through alternative education funding.

Categories: Education.

Mamelani Projects

Contact: Dorette Knoblauch

From humble beginnings in 2003, Mamelani has evolved into a vibrant and well-established community development organisation. Deriving our name from the isiXhosa phrase ‘masimamelaneni’ which means ‘we must listen to each other’, we believe it is through listening to the people that we work with, that real transformation is possible. Over the last 15 years, we have developed two impactful interventions – Our Community Health Programme and Our Youth Development Programme.

Categories: Health, Social Services.

National Sea Rescue Institute

Contact: Alison Smith

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is the charity that saves lives on South Africa waters. Our goal is to prevent drowning through education, through preventive measures and through reactive rescue.
Fatal drowning among the childhood population is high; particularly for those below the age of 15, with children below the age of five especially vulnerable. We have a team of Water Safety Instructors who visit rural and peri-urban schools in disadvantaged communities around the country teaching children about water safety, what to do in an emergency and how to do basic hands-only CPR.

Categories: Education, Social Services.

Hillsong Africa Foundation

Contact: Brent James

The Hillsong Africa Foundation (HAF) has been active in building lives in communities in
South Africa since 2010. Our vision is simple and clear: “Building lives that will build the Nation”.

Through the involvement of many volunteers HAF is currently actively impacting the lives of more than
1,800 people every week through over 40 projects in 9 different communities in South Africa.

We are racing towards deepening the impact in our target communities by introducing brand new
Innovation Centers where young people will be able to learn, grow and be inspired to be the best they can be!

Categories: Social Services.

SU South Africa

Contact: Alan Pitt

Scripture Union SA has played a key role for more than 100 years in the forward movement of the gospel throughout South Africa and Southern Africa. SU has done this by presenting the message and life of Jesus to young people in a way that is compelling and captivating, using a number of wonderful tools that have enriched this process. SU has also had the privilege of partnering with thousands of local churches, enabling them to play a significant role in their communities by training and empowering leaders through cutting-edge SU resources and tools specifically geared toward a local church on mission. Why?Because we desire to see young people gripped by the call of the gospel on their lives and equipped to share this message as catalysts of transformation throughout their communities. We also have a passion to empower churches willing to stand in the gap for communities that have lost hope and are simply trying to survive. We believe that the gospel brings change—both to lives and to communities—and that the Church has the ability and mandate to step into the broken places of society and bring hope and healing through the power of the gospel.

Categories: Kids.

The RBPS Vuleka Trust

Contact: Antoinette Bell

Vuleka – meaning to Open
The RBPS Vuleka Trust is a non-profit organization that is about opening up educational opportunities to boys from disadvantaged communities. The Trust enables boys who have been denied access to a good education through financial disadvantage to attend Rondebosch Boys Preparatory School. But Vuleka is also about opening up the school, to help it to embrace the challenges of our new democracy and be a positive role player in the transformation of our society. Monies raised by the RBPS Vuleka Trust are therefore utilised for the payment, or part-payment, of school fees, uniforms,stationery, remedial and language lessons deemed necessary to enhance and uphold the dignity of pupils enrolled at RBPS whose families find themselves in marginalised and financially disadvantaged positions. This support has been invaluable in enabling the boys to feel integrated, and enabling the school to transform its learner population to better reflect South African society. The extremely positive feedback from teachers has highlighted the difference the Vuleka Trust is making in the lives of these pupils, their families and the school.

Categories: Education.

The Bumble Bee Fund

Contact: Jacky Bulman

The Bumble Bee Fund was founded to help families struggling with the cost of providing an environment and mobility equipment that would allow their children to live out their full potential. Aerodynamically the Bumble Bee shouldn’t be able to fly but the bee doesn’t know this, so it defies the odds and keeps on flying. Disabled children are often the same while not knowing what their limitations are, they defy the odds and exceed all expectations.

We would love you to sign up as a Bumble Bee Fund Rider for the 2019 Cape Town Cycle Tour. In 2018 we raised funds for various children in need including: Sipho and Bajongile who suffer from Cerebral Palsy, Zahria who suffers from Spastic Quadriplegia and Gabriel who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy. To read more about these amazing children, please click on the link:

Categories: Health, Kids.

CBN Africa

Contact: Nicholas Barker

CBN Africa’s mission is to inspire and encourage Africans of all ages and their communities with our content and our diverse humanitarian efforts. We strive to execute this mission with excellence, integrity and constant innovation. We have regional offices in Senegal, Nigeria and South Africa, as well as a national representation in many other African nations. In addition to the excellent broadcast content featured on hundreds of TV platforms, CBN Africa’s rural video outreaches and innovative digital media strategies bring hope and life to millions of people across this beautiful continent. Our extensive Humanitarian work includes disaster relief, medical missions, micro-business initiatives, fresh water projects and sustainable food programs. Orphan’s Promise provides practical care, education, and spiritual guidance to orphans and vulnerable children.

Categories: Social Services.

DeafNET Centre of Knowledge

Contact: Riaan Visser

DeafNET Centre of Knowledge (DeafNET) is a network of knowledge and expertise in the interest of people in South Africa and Africa who experience hearing loss and related communication barriers. DeafNET is an international organisation that operates on the African continent and adjacent Indian Ocean Islands. Its main objectives are the particularising, exchange and dissemination of knowledge, expertise and skills in order to empower all persons with hearing loss and related communication barriers on the African continent to achieve their full potential. These objectives are achieved among others by advocacy, facilitating and promoting education, development, training, social services, spiritual and mental well-being and social justice to such persons.

Categories: Social Services.

Down Syndrome Inclusive Education Foundation (DSIEF)

Contact: Las Madurasinghe

We aim to be at the forefront of developmental and educational support for children with Down syndrome in the Western Cape, with a specific emphasis on early intervention and the implementation of inclusive education curricula in mainstream schools.
Research has repeatedly indicated that stimulation during early developmental stages and inclusion in a mainstream setting improves the child’s chances of developing to his or her fullest potential.
Our vision is for society to recognise that children with Down syndrome are more alike than different.

Categories: Education, Kids.

Langebaan Animal Care

Contact: Julie Ellway

Langebaan Animal Care is a registered NPO (043- 772) dedicated to helping dogs, cats and other pets in and around Langebaan on the West Coast .
There is so much to do! – we have fieldworkers that feed and give water to hungry dogs, check up and intervene where pets are abused or not looked after, educate people personally and run education sessions for children, take dogs off chains, organise and assist at sterilisation days, run a weekly clinic, help the CVC with inoculations etc, help lost and found pets, take in abandoned and neglected pets and rehabilitate at our shelter and find homes for them. Make sure that there is veterinary treatment when needed.
Pretty much anything related to domestic animals – WE DO IT!
We are a also a PBO – 930038286

Categories: Animals.

Western Cape Foundation for Community Work

Contact: Anees Adams

The Western Cape Foundation for Community Work (FCW) is a development and resource Early Childhood Development (ECD) organization that promotes the holistic development of children within the context of their families and communities through innovative, integrated and sustainable interventions and programmes. Our Family in Focus (FIF) programme specializes in the ECD of children in out-of-centre based programmes across the Western Cape. You contribution will ensure that the children of our Langa and Khayelitsha FIF programmes are kitted and ready for school at the start of 2019.
The cost per rider is R 2 000.00, which includes entry fee, registration fee and a riders cycling top as well.

Categories: Kids.

Zip Zap Circus School Trust

Contact: Tania Majavie

Zip Zap was established in Cape Town, South Africa in 1992, with the aim of providing a space for children from various socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds to come together as a means of encouraging inter-racial contact and dialogue in a safe, fun environment. In the years that have followed, the organisation has grown and matured into a fully-fledged social circus school – not simply a place to learn performance skills, but a tool for individual and community development, as well as social transformation. The school is open to all, regardless of economic or social background. Twenty-six years later Zip Zap runs 10 programmes FREE OF CHARGE to all of our beneficiaries, we have been extremely successful in ensuring we keep the mission alive of “Inspiring Kids for Life” and were able to services our programmes to approximately 2042 in 2017 programme year. A social circus is defined as: ‘the use of circus arts as a medium for social justice and social good. It uses alternative pedagogical tools to work with youth who are marginalised or at social or personal risk.’

Categories: Arts & Culture, Kids.

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

Contact: Wilmari du Plessis

At Make A Difference Leadership Foundation we focus on identifying, supporting and developing the future leaders of South Africa. We provide a comprehensive, personal and long-term scholarship programme, offering scholars support in the areas of mentorship and personal, academic and leadership development. By focusing on the individual needs of each scholar, we ensure we maintain a personal connection to their requirements, that way providing comprehensive support for the duration of their academic career. Our scholarship is more than just a contribution towards the scholar’s academic costs. Make A Difference Leadership Foundation supports each scholar from Grade 8 throughout their tertiary degree, not only by providing financial assistance but also by supporting the individual in his/her personal and professional development as they prepare for their future. We achieve this through a multi-disciplinary team, skilled in various professions to ensure that we remove any barrier the scholar is facing most effectively and efficiently, so they can continue focusing on achieving their dreams, while we take care of the rest.

Categories: Education.

BHF Pink Peddlers [Breast Health Foundation]

Contact: Andries Scheepers

We are here not for income, but for outcome. The Breast Health Foundation (BHF), is a Not for Profit established in April 2002 in conjunction with several companies and organisations to educate the public on breast cancer and breast health, increase awareness and empower women. Since it’s inception, the BHF has developed into a transparent and effective organisation which reaches our nation’s women. The money that is raised is used to teach women – those who have had and those who have not had breast cancer – to spread the word of the importance of self-examination and medical examinations. The BHF aims to put to rest myths surrounding breast cancer and to provide an open forum where women feel that they can come forward with their problems. Traditionally, women in Africa have been seen as the heart and soul of the family. By ensuring their health and by educating them, the health education messages are passed on to children, husbands and partners.

Categories: Education, Health.

Stellenbosch University

Contact: Siyabonga Ndlovu

As an institution committed to excellence, while increasing student access, Stellenbosch University aims to ensure that all students are able to complete their studies with dignity. Despite the announcement of fee-free education, the caps on student costs result in funding gaps. These shortfalls result in students not having access to basic necessities, like food, especially around exam time. With all the challenges that they face – hunger should not be the reason that they fall out of the race. We need your help to raise support for a food bank on our Stellenbosch and Tygerberg campuses.

Let’s end student hunger once and for all as we #MoveForFood!

Categories: Education.

The Chaeli Campaign

Contact: Shelly Stedman

The Chaeli Campaign is a social justice foundation that provides a holistic range of services to support differently-abled children as catalysts of change. The work done through The Chaeli Campaign is true to its maxim: For Kids Like Chaeli, and through its programmes constantly grows a more ability-focused and inclusive world.

Each year the lives of 7000+ direct beneficiaries are positively impacted through the 5 programmes run by The Chaeli Campaign which includes an extensive Inclusive Education Programme, Therapies & Outreach Programme, Pay-it-Forward Ambassadors Leadership Programme, Assistive Devices and Support Programme, Advocacy & Training Programme.

Cycle for Inclusion in the 2019 cape Town Cycle Tour and support the work done by The Chaeli Campaign.

Categories: Education, Health, Kids, Social Services.

Afrika Tikkun

Contact: Yolanda Bunton

Afrika Tikkun is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the reduction of youth unemployment in South Africa by tackling the socio-economic drivers that make it difficult for young people to access the economy as productive citizens.

Categories: Education, Health, Kids, Social Services.

SA Children’s Home

Contact: Zulfa Buziek

The SA Children’s Home care for, nurture and develop vulnerable children, in order for them to become balanced, well-adapted and independent adults. We provide a loving, happy and secure home for boys and girls of all ages, race groups and denominations.

Categories: Education, Kids.

Awqaf SA

Contact: Zameer Arbee

Awqaf SA is a charitable endowment (waqf) receiving organization. It invests endowment funds and spends only the income generated from investments to fund a variety of community development projects and programmes promoting Integrated Community Development and Self-Reliance. Awqaf SA is not affiliated to any organization but participates and contributes wherever possible. Awqaf SA enters into Cooperation and Friendship agreements with relevant stakeholders.

Our theme for the 2019 Cape Town Cycle tour 2019 is to raise funds for:
1. Ammarah Paramedics Bursary Fund – which supports education of Future Paramedics.
2. Shamsaan Childrens Fund – Which supports awareness, arts and culture as well as education and welfare for children.

Categories: Arts & Culture, Education, Kids, Social Services.

Hands With Words

Contact: Sharon Bey-Leveld
0216717070 / 0825476329 (Lisa)

Hands With Words exists to love, serve and uplift the Deaf into being part of God’s Kingdom on earth.

Besides offering camps, Sign Language classes and interpreting services at events, the main way in which we love, serve and uplift the Deaf community is through the translation of the written Bible into a visual Bible in South African Sign Language. This Project will take us at least another 20 years. We need you to help us reach the 600 000 Deaf!

Categories: Education.

Reach For A Dream Foundation

Contact: Heidi Rowley

Reach For A Dream fulfils the dreams of children fighting life-threatening illnesses between the ages of 3 – 18yrs. We believe in the power of dreams; we encourage children to use their dreams to fight life-threatening illnesses and we try, as far as possible, to make these dreams come true. Our vision is to grow the Foundation to enable us to continue giving hope to children fighting life-threatening illnesses through the fulfilment of their dreams and making our national projects available to as many of the children as we can, the projects include: Camp Sunshine, Queen for a Day, Captain Courage, and the Jabulani Kingdom Hospital entertainers which function on an ongoing basis.

Categories: Kids.

Cape of Good Hope SPCA

Contact: Natasha Johannes

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.

Categories: Animals.

Seeds of Africa

Contact: Sally Viljoen
0117963005 / 0825603467

We focus on EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT in previously disadvantaged communities. We offer teacher training, resources and guidance to 35 Creches in informal settlements. Currently we have approx. 1800 children benefitting from our programme – these children are given the tools and resources necessary to prepare them for their school going years.

Categories: Kids.


Contact: Nelius

PinkDrive NPC, South Africa’s best-loved Breast Cancer Community Carer, is the indispensable, tangible breast cancer Non-Profit Company (NPC), powering South Africa’s mobile Women’s Health Mammography and Gynaecology units. PinkDrive underlying message is: “Early detection Can Help Prolong A Life.”

All PinkDrive units travel to rural, semi-urban and urban areas around South Africa with the aim of enabling all medically uninsured access to women’s health service. These services include free education on women’s health, free pap smears, free clinical examinations and how to do a breast self-examination. PinkDrive introduce the first and currently only mobile women’s health unit to South Africa. PinkDrive’s fleet is growing yearly and to date we have built three mobile mammography and gynaecology units, one educational truck and five educational vehicles.

Categories: Education, Health.

Volunteer Wildfire Services

Contact: Nikki Greenberg

The Volunteer Wildfire Services (VWS) is a non-profit organisation run by a dedicated group of over 280 volunteers, combating wildfires in and around the Western Cape since 1999. The VWS operates from four bases providing resources to assist Cape Nature, Table Mountain National Park, the Overberg District Municipality and the Winelands District Municipality in fighting wildland fires. Staffed, run and managed by committed volunteers, the VWS is entirely dependent on public support to fund its operations. The Cape Town Cycle Tour is a wonderful opportunity for members of the public to raise funds in support of the organisation, and the VWS is proud to be associated with this world-class cycling event.

Categories: Environment.

The Arthritis Foundation of South Africa

Contact: Ann Olivier

The Arthritis Foundation is the only non-profit organisation in South Africa providing non-medical support for people with arthritis, their families and carers. It is entirely privately funded and aims to enable people with arthritis to live a valuable life in all its dimensions through increasing awareness, providing education and offering support.

Categories: Health.

Breadline Africa

Contact: Debbera Beukman

Breadline Africa believes that every child has the capacity to do something amazing with his or her life. When a child’s imagination is unlocked, possibilities are opened up, allowing them to choose a path for their own future. In 2019 we will be cycling to raise funds for Lukhanyiso Educare Centre, an informal settlement on the Cape Flats. We are raising funds for a much-needed converted shipping container kitchen/toilet facility. With your help, we can provide a safe kitchen area, perfect for preparing nutritious meals for the children, and hygienic toilets, with basins to encourage hand-washing and prevent the spread of germs and illness. Thank you again for your support and we look forward to cheering you on in 2019

Categories: Education, Kids.

Sabrina Love Foundation

Contact: Claudine Badenhorst

Established in 2004 and based on the Garden Route, The Sabrina Love Foundation was set up to care for children with special needs and their families providing them with medical and professional support.

Children are assessed and where possible integrated into everyday school and society and provided with equipment and caregivers to make this possible. For those children requiring full-time care, our day care center ‘Die Sterreweg” and school is fully equipped with therapeutic equipment, permanent trained staff, a cook and professional Occupational and Physiotherapists.

Categories: Kids.

Home of Hope

Contact: Michelle Gibson

Home of Hope is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 050226) That cares for abandoned and abused children with a holistic child-centred approach, to help them reach their optimal potential in becoming contributing and socially responsible members of society. Our work has a special focus on those affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). FASD is an umbrella term for a range of permanent physical and neurological disorders caused by pre-natal exposure to alcohol.

Home of Hope is registered with the Department of Social Development, is a public benefit organisation (PBO 930 022 887) and a registered Designated Child Protection Organisation (C9821).

Categories: Kids.

Clean C | Cape Town Beach Cleanup

Contact: Greg Player

Clean C the NPO (130 346) hat runs Cape Town Beach Cleanup, host regular beach cleanups along the beautiful Cape Town coastline on the first Saturday of every month. Since start-up we have removed hundreds tons of litter off our beaches which would have ultimately washed into the sea and choked up our oceans and marine life. For 2019 our goal is to help clean the entire coastline of the Cape Peninsula. From Paternoster to Hermanus. Not only that, but to treat kids from Joe Slovo Park and other underprivileged areas, to an outing to the beach. And to teach the kids about litter, the environment as well as water safety when going to the beach and saving water at home.

Its: Environment. Healthy lifestyles. Active lifestyles. Families. Education.
Educating people on the alternatives around single use plastic.
Communicating and encouraging people to change their behaviour.
Motivating communities to take a stand against pollution.

Categories: Environment.

Marsh Memorial Children’s Home

Contact: Andre Buttner

Marsh Memorial Homes nurtures children and transforms lives, by providing short term care for children who have experienced abuse, neglect or abandonment. Our programmes strive to rehabilitate and re unite children with their families or communities of origin.

We provide a safe, stable and loving environment for the children in our care. The environment coupled with an intentional life skills programme, along with multi-disciplinary therapeutic support and counselling aims to assist children to find healing, rebuild their self-respect and confidence thus ensuring that when they leave our care they are equipped to achieve their dreams.

Categories: Kids, Social Services.

Homechoice Development Trust

Contact: Margaret Fraser
021 680 1057

Founded in 2005, the HomeChoice Development Trust manages the corporate social responsibility strategy of the group. The main focus of the Trust is the upliftment of underprivileged communities in the Western Cape through focusing on early childhood development by building schools, improving standards and improving educator skills.

Categories: Education.

The Children’s Hospital Trust

Contact: Andrea Sasman

The Children’s Hospital Trust is an independent nonprofit organisation established in 1994 to raise funds to support specific projects and programmes to help advance child healthcare through the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital – the first stand-alone tertiary hospital, exclusively for children, in sub-Saharan Africa. The Trust raises funds for the upgrade and expansion of the Hospital’s buildings, the purchase of state-of-the-art medical equipment, new medical treatment programmes and funds the training of medical professionals across Africa – ensuring that the Hospital not only retains its world-class stature, but is able to continue providing life-changing and life-saving care for children. The Trust relies on donations in order to fund these needs. When you donate to the Trust, every cent goes towards funding projects and programmes that change children’s lives (and the lives of the people who love them.) The operational costs of the Trust are funded from an endowment, so your generous contributions are never used to cover administration costs.

Categories: Health, Kids.

Bridges for Music

Contact: Bianca Kaiser

Our mission is to uplift underprivileged communities through the construction of new creative schools that offer a new education model based upon new age skills, music and art. We have built from the ground up the first school in Langa Township, called the Bridges Academy, a unique and pioneering creative space that is aimed to become an oasis for young talent in these communities. It will also become an international hub for our global community of music industry leaders and artists.

Categories: Education.

Lunchbox Theatre

Contact: Stuart Palmer

Our Live Theatre education shows make a huge difference to South Africa as they enable us to grab attention and educate our youngsters about very important social and environmental issues. You can see which of the shows resonate with you … depending on whether you are a dog or wild life lover, care about water and a litter free environment, enjoy the thought of protecting or saving children or are just generally a compassionate nature lover. We are deeply grateful for every cent we receive which goes directly towards the staging of more shows.

Categories: Animals, Education, Environment.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF)

Contact: Kgothatso Banoe

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organisation operating in more than 70 countries. MSF provides life-saving medical care to people caught in conflicts, natural disasters, epidemics, or living under collapsed health systems.

Categories: Health.

The Atlas Foundation

Contact: Sue Anderson

THE ATLAS FOUNDATION was founded by Jason Leonard (OBE) and other rugby and corporate heavyweights to improve the lives of the poorest people on earth through the power of sport. Atlas South Africa is championed by a number of former Springboks, including ex captain, John Smit. Rugby is our sport and The Atlas Foundation has strong networks ready to help children around South Africa and the world. The values of the game create excellent young people who make solid life decisions. The structured child development set in place by The Atlas Foundation, leads to education and employment, taking children out of the cycle of poverty. The Atlas Foundation builds on a rugby culture which embraces team spirit and discipline; education; nutrition; girl empowerment & self esteem, all of which, are fundamental game changers in this upliftment process.

Categories: Education, Kids, Sports.


Contact: Birgitta Wasserfall

A21 is a non-profit organisation founded in 2008 by international speaker, Christine Caine with the vision to Abolish Slavery Everywhere, Forever. Their operational strategies are to Reach the vulnerable and disrupt the demand, Rescue the victim and prosecute their captors, Restore the survivor. Human Trafficking is the second largest organised crime in the world. There are more than 27 million men, women and children caught up in slavery as you are reading this. Today you can help make a difference.

Categories: Social Services.

TSiBA Education

Contact: Peter Kraan

TSiBA Education is a not-for-profit Business School operating in Cape Town since 2004. The overwhelming majority of our students hail from under-served communities in the Western Cape and are first-generation tertiary students. In the 14 years that our doors have been open, we have achieved and maintained a high degree completion rate and an impeccable record of producing employable graduates. Over 60% of our students that enter our undergraduate programme finish their degree and over 90% of our graduates find gainful employment within 6 months after completing the TSiBA Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

Our students are on full scholarships which we raise through approaching corporates, foundations and individuals.

Categories: Education.

The Sunflower Fund

Contact: Rasheda Van Den Hurk

The Sunflower Fund is a donor recruitment center and registry. We fight blood diseases like leukemia through the recruitment of stem cell donors and maintaining a registry of potential donors committed to helping anyone in need of a life-saving stem cell transplant. We fund raise to cover the cost of education and awareness about the need for and the process to become a blood stem cell donor as well as to cover the cost of the HLA tissue-typing test involved in the recruitment of donors. The Sunflower Fund also maintains a patient support fund to assist patients who are unable to afford costs associated with getting to transplant as well as being actively involved in creating a platform for support structures to assist patients, families and communities.

Categories: Health, Kids.


Contact: Stacey-lee Partridge

RIDE4SKINCANCER 12th consecutive year RAISING AWARENESS FOR SKIN CANCER & FUNDS FOR CANCER BUDDIES. A unique Free Support Network for Cancer Patients and their families. Providing Free Online Resources- Whatsapp & toll free line, Buddie Support, from our network of similarly diagnosed survivors!

Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Strava enjoying group fun whilst training. Join our awesome team and Help us Make a Difference. Benefiting from a great Charity Package – CYCLE JERSEYS/ARM SLEEVES/ COCKTAIL EVENING. Join our fabulous team and Show your support for RIDE4SKINCANCER.

Categories: Education, Health, Kids, Social Services, Sports.

The Rohan Bloom Foundation

Contact: Amanda Stein

The Rohan Bloom Foundation was started after Rohan sadly lost his battle to an extremely rare case of Ewing Sarcoma in 2016.
Today his fight lives on in The Rohan Bloom Foundation, with the goal to provide an environment that offers families of children suffering with cancer with the support that they need. Together with Paedspal they are working towards setting up a much needed children’s hospice and palliative care unit in Cape Town. This facility, which will be named Rohan House, would be able to provide relief for families in the form of care, pain and symptom control or terminal care. Most families don’t have resources at home to take care of their very ill children and hospitals are just not the right environment.

Categories: Health, Kids.

Give A Limb

Contact: Rendani

We facilitate these used prosthetic limbs to people, free of cost, who otherwise cannot afford a new artificial limb.
Limb loss is present in every part of the population: Adults and children, men and women, people of all races.
The one undergoing an amputation is likely not alone in his or her evolution.
Not only is he or she affected, but to some degree so is everyone connected with that person, including his or her spouse or lover, kids, other family members, friends, employers, and co-workers

Categories: Environment, Health, Social Services, Sports.

Operation Smile South Africa

Contact: Sean Robson

Operation Smile South Africa is medical non-profit organisation dedicated to providing safe, effective and timeous surgery to children and adults born with a cleft lip and/or palate. We dream of a world where no child suffers from a lack of access to safe surgery. You can help us provide this surgery and brings smiles to our patients and their communities.

Categories: Health.

Cape Kidney Association

Contact: Molly Fabe

The Cape Kidney Association was established in 1978 and we are celebrating our 40th Anniversary this year. The Association was founded by a group of Nephrology Doctors and Nurses who discovered that patients, after receiving dialysis. It was discovered that many of these patients lacked food and transport to attend the hospitals three times per week for four hours. The Association assists Indigent kidney patients and their families with monthly food (Nutritional) parcels, travel allowance where necessary, accommodation where neccesary as well as bursaries to enable them to find employment. The Association also embarks on awareness of kidney disease through events and talks at Social groups etc.

Categories: Health.

The Cycle of Life

Contact: Rene Lanfear

For the past 5 years The Cycle of Life has been involved in raising funds for rhino conservation in KwaZulu Natal through their main fundraising event being the Cape Town Cycle Tour.  With over R 1 million raised, and a team of over 100 cyclists, we will continue cycling under the banner The Cycle of Life with the slogan #HelpusHelpourRhinos. With the support of our international riders, The Cycle of Life was able to register as an NPO in Germany with a branch in South Africa. Funds raised have been used for various projects including rhino dehorning, surveillance equipment, anti-poaching guarding equipment and vehicles used by the anti-poaching unit as well as educating, training and employing people from the local communities. Injured animals have received medical attention and a rhino orphanage received funds for food and medicine too. We are proud of all of our cyclists from different schools who create awareness and raise funds as we believe that the future of conservation lies in the hands of our youth.

Categories: Animals, Education, Environment, Kids.

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