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Where Rainbows Meet was registered as a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) in 2008. Since its inception, in recognition of the multiple disadvantages and challenges facing the Vrygrond community, Rainbows has expanded and diversified its work.
Hearing loss does not discriminate. Our vision is to be a centre of excellence where hearing and language impaired children’s listening and spoken language potential are maximized, along with their general development.
We assist women in becoming financially independent by providing business information, networking opportunities and skills development for Women in Africa. Our aim is to ensure sustainability, doing away with dependency and the sense of entitlement that currently exists in South Africa.
The Widow's Empowerment Program (WEP) is a healing, upliftment, empowerment and support of widows with special emphasis to the township, farm communities and rural women who struggle to make ends meet after the loss of their husbands.
I was chosen to participate in two sports tournaments overseas and am relying on crowdfunding to get me there!
Wild Heart Wildlife Foundation is a registered NPO and PBO in South Africa. We are comitted to #EthicalConservation and #Transparency, and making sure that your donations directly reach the wildlife most in need.
The Wilderness Foundation’s Forever Wild Conservation Programme was developed in response to the rhino poaching crisis and has been active through the Rhino Protection Initiative. In 2013 the Programme was expanded to include lion, leopard, elephant, gorilla and shark conservation initiatives…
WESSA runs environmental projects that promote public participation in caring for the Earth.
I qualified to participate in the Dakar rally in January 2018, the toughest motorsport event on the planet!
Please help Willem Grobler to the 4th World Goju Ryu Karate Championship in Bucharest Romania 10 - 22 September 2017.
I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. The radical and prolonged treatment of 15 months resulted in severe lymphodema of my left arm and hand. The only hope I have is a vascular lymph node transplant.
Lets help Joshua to join his team on his final school sports tour!