AfriOceans is SA's leading Marine focused NPO and we pride ourselves on doing REAL Conservation projects. These include Research, Environmental Education, Awareness and Lobbying. Our focus areas are: Sharks, African penguins, the Oceans, Climate Change and Responsible Tourism. We have a centre at Seaforth Beach, the AfriOceans Education Centre where we run a schools education programme, we run responsible tourism dive trips including snorkel safaris and environmental tours to Cape Point and Boulders. We also run a number of important Outreach programmes including our highly successful Swim like a Shark programme and our Shark Warrior Bracelet project. We have a number of volunteer opportunities for ocean lovers wanting to get some Brownie Points
TEARS Animal Rescue is a pro-life, non-profit organisation that rescues domestic animals that have been abandoned, abused and neglected. Following their rescue, individuals are rehabilitated using best veterinary and animal behavioural practices. TEARS works to re-unite lost animals with their guardians and carries out a wider programme of veterinary outreach and humane education in surrounding low-income communities to promote the responsibility and burden of care we have towards our animals.
Imagine SA is a registered non-profit organization. Our aim is to create awareness and educate people around sustainable development and wellbeing, and to encourage them to rethink their relationship with the environment, animals and society.
We believe, that youth empowerment, education, and employment is key to future development. The way young people are supported and engaged will significantly determine the prospects of their sustainable development and wellbeing in the coming years.
Our education programme targets children and youth between the ages of 7 of and 25 years old, and their social environment. We believe, that in order to have a significant influence on the life of young people, we must consider the entire ecological system in which growth occurs.
The COPD Foundation - C.A.R.E. Group is a working group run under the auspices of the South African Thoracic Society (SATS) by Dr Sabs Abdool-Gaffar.
The aim is to improve awareness of this disease and its management. SATS is made up of health-care providers involved in the care of patients with respiratory disorders.
PASCAP Trust is a non-profit organisation, established in 1992, with the specific purpose of providing accessible services that promote development, psychosocial wellbeing, safety and career advancement to children and youth.
We are committed to developing innovative, effective and sustainable after school programmes for children and youth to enhance equal opportunity and life quality.
Steeky Green was formed after realizing that there were many problems such as gangsterism and drugs being faced by the youth of Langa that limits a lot of black kids from following their goals and dreams. Growing up in such harsh environments we were just some of a few youth who escaped the hardship of Cape Town street life and from that we realized how blessed we are and decided to use our strengths and passions to come together to form a platform that would fight against such social oppressions then Steeky Green was formed.
Koinonia is a Non Profit Company with an initiative to get local township people involved in providing better care for their animals & themselves through participation within the community with the help of supporters.
Koinonia founded by Andre Verbiest works in conjunction with V-Paws (rescue org's) in order to network, rehabilitate, rescue and educate. It is about working together in the interest of the animals.
Our motto is "Joint Participation for, by and in a community - For the well being of animals and humans."
We rely solely on donations from the public. Every little bit counts to the animals and humans who don't have much
Neglected children are often vulnerable to abuse of all types and anything else that is detriment to their valuable lives.
Our desire is to raise up an educated, well-equipped, confident and mentally strong generation in under developed communities.
We see our assignment in these communities as instrumental because children are empowered to walk with their heads held up high, they will be able to deal with any situation or task they will face and they will have the ability to control the direction of their lives.
CHOSA believes in community empowerment and grassroots social change. We support communities and community-based organisations as they work to address the needs of orphaned and vulnerable children.
CHOSA takes a holistic and non-directive approach to community development which helps empower other marginalized people in these communities. Moreover, through community participation and ownership of the development process, CHOSA promotes local action, self-empowerment, and peer-to-peer networking as essential strategies for community-driven development.
Sport Implementation Foundation (S.I.F) was birthed through the collaboration, sharing of minds, thoughts, passions (for people, sports, games, recreational activities and education), frustrations, callings and visions of God-loving individuals all discovering that they have a common mission and purpose. S.I.F's vision is to create a positive self esteem through Sport and Recreational Activities.
Through synergizing and by using sport, games and recreational activities, Sport Implementation Foundation wants to create platforms and opportunities that:
* help people to develop confidence, a positive self-esteem and be empowered to do extra-ordinary things
* help people to find and fulfill their unique calling, untapped potential and use it towards the betterment of humankind
* facilitate economic prosperity and 'liberation'
* ensure that sport be implemented at grassroots level and be sustained and that sport development is done in a holistic way.
To educate, empower and uplift local communities, sports clubs and individuals to live their passions through sport, recreational activities and to change their mindset of by rendering holistic educational support.
Traditionally, leaving home is a significant milestone for everybody, including those with a family and a home to return to when the going gets tough. But for those youngsters who have grown up in care, the transition is that much more challenging when they don’t have a safety net to fall back on.
South African Youth Education for Sustainability (SAYes), located in Cape Town, aims to aid in the creation of a society in which children and young people are given the opportunity to reach their full potential socially, emotionally and physically, and where they will contribute to a society as independent, mature responsible adults, through the creation of a programme designed to aid the empowerment of this vulnerable group and equip them with the tools necessary to effectively transition out of care.
Zanethemba means to bring hope. It was founded in 2008 and we have cared for over 108 children up until now.
We are a temporary safe care facility for abused, abandoned or neglected children in Port Elizabeth and surrounds. We care for children aged 0 to 6 yrs old who have been placed in our safe haven with a court order until such time that they may either return to their parents care, be placed in foster care with a family or with strangers, be adopted or be placed in a children's home.
We see to the children's basic, medical, educational and nutritional needs and mostly importantly, we love them and show them how to love again.
We are a non-profit organisation and community of influential leaders dedicated to contributing towards Academic Excellence and Values-based Leadership to vulnerable South African communities.