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Project Playground is a registered non-profit organization working towards increasing the possibilities in life for underprivileged children and youth by creating a meaningful use of spare time with a strong focus on the individual.
Project Rhino was launched on World Rhino Day, 22 September 2011. It is a province-wide, rhino-focussed association that brings together a provincial government conservation body, private and community-owned reserves, rhino owners, leading conservation NGOs and anti-poaching security specialists.
Thato Letsie is an engineering student from Pretoria who has been given the opportunity to study in China. She needs to raise money to travel from Welkom, Free State to Beijing, China.
Project Zion has been working with the Bagerezi for two years. The Bagerezi are really suffering without clean drinking water, sometimes having to travel 3 to 5km with their trolleys, have taken it upon themselves the thankless and often ridiculed task of sorting through our rubbish in a huge recycling…
Project18 was started last year OCT. Instead of having a birthday party and receiving presents I used all the money to buy dog food for animal shelters to date we have raised enough money to buy 1.6 tons of food it sounds like a lot but is actually only enough for 10 days. We raise money through…
Feeding our Future Foundation was created by the owner of Proponics to build aquaponic grow systems in schools and communities to provide educational tools and food to the school or community
We embarked on taking 75 young boys ages 10-18 to participate in the prestigious Dana Cup, Denmark as from 23-28 July, 2018. We require sponsorships for at least 30 of these boys who hail from extremely impoverished backgrounds in PE and surrounding areas.
Dune is a 15 year old Ramsgate local that lost his right eye in a freak accident earlier this year.We are raising funds to assist in covering hospital and prosthetic costs.
I am respectfully asking for your financial assistance to help pay for a much needed prosthetic right leg for myself.
Please assist our mens senior team reach their target to fund their tournament fees or part thereof to represent South Africa at the internationals in Namibia in Henties Bay in December 2018.
The school was built in 1993, we have a headcount of 1200 learners, both boys and girls from the age of 6 to 15. Our grades are from R to grade 7 and we try to provide the basic education for each child.. The School community we serve is seriously challenged with socio economic issues but we are…
We ask South African's who are keen to see Ms Mentor testify against Zuma & the Guptas to each make a small contribution to upgrading the security alarm at Ms Mentor’s home, and install cameras and security lights to deter any further intrusions.