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We're the largest human-milkbanking partner of the South African Department of Health and various other private hospitals with 44 milk banks that supply anything from 75 to 100 hospitals around the country, in a year.
The South African Cystic Fibrosis Trust (SACFTr) is a new charity. Our primary aim is to fight the genetic disease Cystic Fibrosis by creating public awareness, amongst other things! Join us and support our cause! Someone, somewhere knows a person with Cystic Fibrosis! Help us fight this disease!
South African Education and Environmental Project
The mission of the SAHF is to provide a fellowship for persons with haemophilia and similar conditions, for their families and those concerned in their health and welfare.
The South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF) aims to advance the mathematics development and education of South African children and young people through improved quality teaching and learning of mathematics as well as through public awareness activities. It was founded in 2004 by the Association…
SAMBT is a non profit organisation established in 1998 as a trust. We provide independence training to blind and partially sighted people throughout South Africa, in townships and rural areas.
The South African National Council for the Blind (SANCB) is a registered nonprofit organization, striving to meet the needs of all blind and partially sighted people in South Africa.
The South African National Paintball Association focus on the growth of the sport of paintball in South Africa in all its various variations.
SARDA provides free horseriding to students at 14 special needs schools in the Western Cape. The students suffer from a variety of disabilities, such as cerebal palsy, autism, spina bifida, etc. Some of the benefits of horseriding are: improved balance and posture, new mobility, body awareness and breathing…
SABDA was established in 1991 as a support group for Carers of and/or persons with schizophrenia, bipolar and related disorders. Our committee and members understand only too well how inadequate, afraid and lonely one can feel.