Education

Disability in South Africa is grossly underfunded. With your help we can provide equine therapy for persons with an Intellectual Disability by creating a fully functioning equestrian centre.

Benoni, South Africa
  • 0% funded
  • ZAR 0.00 funded

We need your help to develop and upgrade our cultivation tunnel and irrigation system so that we can expand our production of seedlings. This will enable us to produce and sell more.

Benoni, South Africa
  • 0% funded
  • ZAR 150.00 funded

Thabiso Joyful Carpentry Skills Development delivers trained students to the job market and they get work because they have skills to offer. If we can get students fully subsidised through bursaries, we can improve the sustainability of the training facility.

Welkom, South Africa
  • 0% funded
  • ZAR 100.00 funded

You can give these children a chance to learn in a proper building? Imagine the impact on their learning if they have a secure and comfortable place to learn! Help make Shacks to Bricks a reality and change hundreds of pre-schoolers’ learning experience. We need R1 500 000 to build the school which needs to be completed by December 2015, ready for the 2016 school year. We are also hoping to have erected the fencing of the grounds at a cost of R200 000, by the time the school is built.

Welkom, South Africa
  • 0% funded
  • ZAR 950.00 funded

Our construction industry needs people with skills! Thabiso Joyful Bricklaying Skills Development is giving young people a skill set in Bricklaying to get a job in an industry where these skills are scarce. Many of these young people have families which are dependent upon them. With a job they can help support their families.

Welkom, South Africa
  • 0% funded
  • ZAR 0.00 funded

Soul Leadership
The Soul Provider Trust

One of the most important ways to develop a country is to help it develop competent capable leaders who are able to negotiate the multiple demands of a rapidly changing economic and social world. Good analytical skills and the ability to think critically about problems are some of the most important skills required of leaders who are going to be able to make a difference and take South Africa forward, and these are quality that are honed while studying for a Bachelor of Humanities, Commerce or Engineering degree.

Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 2% funded
  • ZAR 1,800.00 funded