Charities and Organisations
To ensure effective conservation and sustainable use of KwaZulu-Natal's biodiversity in collaboration with stakeholders for the benefit of present and future generations.
To enhance the mobility and independence of people who have visual, physical and developmental needs
Investing in children threatened by HIV/AIDS
MDS is home to the largest and strongest squad of disability swimmers in South Africa
A community of swimming enthusiasts who pursue friendship, camaraderie and enjoy a zest for life!
We are dedicated to raising public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families, and society.
Giving animals a new leash on life!
The Wild Swim takes place along a 22km stretch of the Wild Coast earmarked for heavy minerals mining. It aims to raise funds for eco-tourism in the area, marine conservation and associated environmental journalism training.
A Mother-led, Mother-supporting National Movement - We believe every mother should be supported and celebrated!
Supporting children with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders, and their families; improving early detection and facilitating effective treatment.
Friends of Swimmers Trust including the Chad Le Clos Foundation
Our focus is on providing assisted living to those that need it
To champion the environmental health of the uMngeni and uMsunduzi Rivers
We provide various social services to individuals and families within the community so as to enable them to improve their quality of life
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Raise awareness, advance research and educate the public about ALS/MND
The Cancer Association of South Africa’s (CANSA’s) purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa by offering a unique, integrated service to the public
iDUC creates awareness and gives support to abused women and children in South Africa.
The primary objective of The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation is to save lives by having a global impact on drowning statistics.
Our work is focused on three core 'Wildlands Initiatives': Conservation Space, Sustainable Communities and Greening Your Future
Singakwenza, meaning “We can do it!”, is a non-profit organisation based in Kwa-Zulu Natal which builds sustainable Early Childhood Education programmes in economically disadvantaged communities, using recycling to make resources.
Asha Fund links hands around the world, raising funds and support, to enable women in difficult circumstances to reach their potential through education, training and opportunity
To help create the systems that enable all individuals to become effective learners.
Nurturing & developing children in need
Helping communities right across South Africa
Starting from scratch, we have grown slowly but surely over the years and, with the goodwill and support of animal lovers in the area, will continue to reach out to the ever increasing number of animals needing help into the foreseeable future
Happy Bundles a non-profit organisation that can bring a life changing moment of joy to these children with Cancer.
The KwaZulu-Natal Blind & Deaf Society is a leading service provider in the field of Blindness and Deafness in KwaZulu-Natal
Our first priority is to care for people's immediate needs - food, shelter, clothing
Lightning 30 Foundation’s mission is to find practical ways to protect people against lightning to avoid and reduce injuries and deaths in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa
Our Mission is to spread the message that ‘Early detection can prolong a life’.
The Charity that Saves Lives on South African Waters
To care for, develop and enhance the quality of life, with love and understanding from a dedicated staff, persons with intellectual disability of all races and creeds entrusted to us
The Sunflower Fund fights blood diseases like Leukaemia through the recruitment of stem cell donors and maintaining a registry of potential donors committed to helping anyone in need of a life-saving stem cell transplant.
Caring for children with special needs
We are a Group Foster Care Facility also acting as a Place of Safety to orphaned, abandoned and abused children
St Vincent has a proud history of educating deaf children for the past 75 years. It currently has 270 pupils ranging in age from 22 months to 20 years.