How you can help
If you are short on time or too far away or to lend us a hand, African Blessings has a number of different projects you can support by donating goods or cash. Click the button below to be directed to our online donations platform, and to see a list of frequently needed goods.
Donations towards African Blessings are tax deductible and you will be eligible to receive a SARS 18A certificate to submit with your tax return. Kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your certificate or proof of donation.
Set up a fixed donation here
Monthly, quarterly, bi-annual or annual donations are very useful in helping us plan to make the best use of resources as we have a more accurate idea of funds raised for each month.
Contribute towards ongoing projects
Once-off donations assist with ongoing projects and daily running costs such as groceries, school fees and clothing. If you would like to make a contribution towards a specific program or sponsor a child’s school fees for a week, month or year, please click here.
Account name: African Blessings
Bank: FNB (First National Bank)
Branch code: 250655
Account number: 62065437355
Swift code: FIRNZAJJ
Other ways to donate
There are different programs at African Blessings that you can choose to donate towards. You can help support the running of our children’s homes (with groceries, toiletries or cleaning supplies), assist with the education of our children, or give them the opportunity to explore hobbies and other activities. Scroll through the online donations shop to find a program you would like to support. Kindly contact us to arrange a collection or drop-off point should you wish to make a goods donations toward one of these programs.
Goods donations to assist with the running of the houses, baby centre and farm are most welcome. Scroll down below to find a list of frequently needed items.
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Seeds (especially oat, barley and winter covercrop seed mixes)
Horse grazing seed mix for horse paddocks
Eco Friendly Insecticides
Overalls / attire