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Amy Foundation

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Our mission is to provide a safe environment in challenged and vulnerable communities where we develop emotionally well rounded Children and Youth who make positive life choices and become contributing members of society.

Reaching over 2000 youngsters every day, the programmes are having a very positive effect on the youth as well as the communities in which they live. The Foundation currently operates 5 after school care centres including Nyanga, Gugulethu, Manenberg and Crossroads, and each hosting over 300 students per day. We provide educational and cultural activities that offer students healthy alternatives to all the negative influences within their society, unlock their creative talent and create future emotionally well rounded individuals, leaders and entrepreneurs for South Africa.

Programmes run Monday to Thursday and a sandwich meal is offered daily to each child. These programmes include after school care, music, HIV / AIDS peer education, greening and environment, literacy, creative arts, drama & dance, sport, and computer literacy.

Contact number: 021 447 1690, E-mail: amyfoundationsa@gmail.com

Community Chest

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To advance, empower and care for vulnerable communities by adding human value and other resources to improve service delivery and achieve positive social impacts.

Our objectives are:

To enable communities in the quest to alleviate poverty.
To foster and develop a Spirit of Philanthropy by motivating and creating opportunities for giving.
To allocate funds raised and other resources for sustainable community development.

For more information phone +27 (0) 21 424 3344 or e-mail: info@comchest.org.za

Community Chest Unogwaja Challenge

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The Community Chest Unogwaja Challenge is an incredible journey by bicycle from Cape Town to the Comrades that follows in the footsteps of the youngest winner of Comrades, Phil Masterton-Smith, who when he didn’t have the train fare to get to the race in 1933 – cycled there! This spirit of overcoming adversity despite one’s circumstances is at the heart of Unogwaja.

Funds from the Community Chest Unogwaja Challenge are channelled to educational and community-development projects across South Africa that meet the due diligence requirements that we pride ourselves on.

In the last nine years over R6-million has been raised by riders and support crew for our beneficiaries. We aim to be the change we want to see and believe that nobody should be left behind when it comes to access to health, education, income-generation and community development.

In 2020 we will host the 10th anniversary event which marks a rebirth of the Challenge under the Community Chest umbrella. We are looking for 20 riders along with support crew who will carry the flag across South Africa, inspiring hope! This will be our biggest team to date. Those selected as Unogwaja for 2020 in September of this year will have nine months to fundraise. We see the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon as the first opportunity for Unogwaja and their family and friends to start this journey.

The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon’s vision and values very much align with ours in wanting to be a sustainable and inclusive event that strives to make a positive difference in the lives of South Africans – helping them realise their potential.

We hope to continue our relationship with the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon and aim to fully support the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, leading up to, as well as on race day. We would be delighted if you would consider us as a charity for 2019.


Drakenstein Hospice

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At Drakenstein Palliative Hospice we believe in caring for the community, in the community, with the community. Helping people, help people, to embrace life and living… a hopeful future.

Traditionally Hospices care for patients with an expectation of ‘dying’. Due to the changing nature of life-threatening illnesses and the poor socio economic climate and limited resources available, we care for not only the infected patients but also their children and the affected community who are confronted with an expectation of ‘living’ with a life-threatening illness and in very harsh conditions.

Contact: Elizabeth Scrimgeour at +27 (021) 8724060

Guide Dog Association South Africa

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Contact: Teagan Schwerin at 021 674 7395 or TeaganS@guidedog.org.za


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With a vision for a place of change, we have spent almost a decade discerning and developing the concept of in Harmonie. A movement that strives to bring about change in people’s lives by creating a safe environment and facilitating a journey towards greater harmony with God, ourselves and others within our society.
+27 (21) 876 8025


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Sea Rescue is the charity that saves lives on South African waters.

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is run by over 900 highly skilled, unpaid volunteers who are on standby day and night throughout the year.

Donations and sponsorships cover our annual running cost of R52.5m. The volunteers save us a salary bill in excess of R250m per annum.

We have 31 bases around the coast; 4 are on inland dams, a fleet of 90 rescue craft, 28 rescue vehicles, 10 quad bikes and 10 tractors. We also have access to a range of helicopters. We enjoy a good working relationship with other emergency services and we believe that it is through team effort that lives are saved.

Alison Smith, Tel: 021 434 4011, Cell: 082 992 1191, Email: alisons@searescue.org.za

Peninsula School Feeding Association

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You can’t teach a hungry child.

3 out of 4 children go to school hungry every single day. Without the right nourishment they can’t concentrate in class, battle to retain information and have terrible stomach cramps. But now you can make a difference.

Tel: +27 (21) 447 6020 e:mail: info@psfa.org.za


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“On average a young woman on school can miss up to 70 days of school per annum when on a menstrual cycle and then needs to work ten times harder than her male counterparts. The purpose of this project is to help lay the foundation for our young South African woman to achieve their dreams by giving them the opportunity to complete school uninterrupted because they do not have access to a basic necessity, such as affordable sanitary towels.

This project is not just about ensuring our young women have access to affordable sanitary wear, but offers opportunities of interest (when they arise) for them to participate in.

To date this project has been able to supply approximately 2000 young women in Grade 12 with a year’s supply of sanitary towels, supported the Hout Bay informal settlement fire victims, the Knysna fire victims and the Cape Town storm homeless victims.

Not only will you be helping our young women to not miss school, but you are helping them to feel confident and giving them a chance at a brighter future.

This project is not aligned to any political party and is here for the benefit of all our young ladies wishing to complete school. Sanitary Towels should be free for all learners -PERIOD”

Contact Cecile-Ann on cecileannp642@gmail.com; Cell: 071 457 0930

Rotary – Newlands

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The Rotary Club of Newlands

Chartered in 1993, the Newlands club is part of the Rotary District 9350 which encompasses the Western part of South Africa as well as Namibia and Angola.

This dynamic club has more than fifty members and raises funds through the course management of major Cape sporting events, as well as through corporate partnerships, an annual wine auction (in collaboration with the Rotary Clubs of Table Bay and of Knights Pendragon in Johannesburg) and from other sources. Its community projects are diverse, but with a focus on education (particularly early childhood development) as well as in bursary provision, health and support for Rotary youth programmes.

For further information contact Wybe Meinesz : wybe@insectcontrol.co.za
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