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During the Touch Rugby Senior Inter-Provincial Tournament where I was playing for the KZN Ladies Team in March 2018, I was scouted by Mr L. Levy (U18 SA Ladies Coach) to join the U18 World Cup Team. I am humbly pleading to anyone out there to help me raise funds to go on the tour.
The SANParks Honorary Rangers is the SANParks volunteer organisation, functioning according to an official agreement between SANParks and the Honorary Rangers. We provide the people of South Africa and our business community with the opportunity to support our national parks. We are a registered public…
We are an organisation that collects and distributes pet food, toys, blankets and other much needed items to shelter animals in various areas of South Africa.
Please help me cover my field guiding course costs!
One of our core company values is people matter, and that extends beyond our staff and clients to include the greater community. One of the organisations we’ve supported is the Khayelitsha Christian Academy, an informal, community run care centre which looks after the pre-school needs of Mandela…
Please help our U/16 boys reach their dream to represent South Africa in the annual international shore angling championship against Namibia in Henties Bay in December 2018.
Alonzo has been chosen to represent SASFA (South African Schools Football Association) in Thailand for the Phulet International Tournament under 13/15 age group.
I am trying to complete my psychology degree. I pay for my own living costs and I pay for my student loan as well. I need money to pay this loan as the interest rate is extremely high and if I do not raise these funds I will not be able to afford to pay for next year.
Saskia has been chosen to take part in the Culture Caravan International Project Festival and Contest, Euro Sing Competition, which will be from 10-17 December 2018 in Wolin Poland.
Van Riebeeck centre provides full board and lodging to struggling pensioners, including state pensioners.
The Sasolburg Gemeenskap Aksie Groep was established in June 2015 as a non-profitable, non-political and non-racial community group. The group was formally registered as a non-profit organisation on 18 May 2016, registration no 2016/201094/08.
Touch Rugby is a fast growing sport in South Africa and is well established in countries such as New Zealand, Australia, England, France and more. Unfortunately it is a self-funded sport in South Africa and if I don’t manage to raise the funds needed, I will not be able to attend the Junior World…