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Please nominate a charity or cause to be listed on our webpage where it can be seen by anyone visiting my website.

You can also nominate any needy cause who really needs help.

My aim is to create awareness and to have a centralized place where charities can be listed.

I’ve got a soft spot for the elderly, animals and children.

For more information you can email or you can complete the form below and your nominated charity will be listed.


  • The nominated charity must be legit, background check may be performed to ensure that the charity is in possession of NPO’s Credentials.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a NPO?
A Non-profit Organisation is a trust, company or other association of persons:
(a) that was established for a public purpose, and
(b) the income and property of this organisation are not distributable to its members or office bearers except as reasonable compensation for services rendered.

Which organisations can apply for NPO status?
Any organisation that is not working for profit and is not part of government can apply for registration. These are mostly the following:

– Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) 
– Faith Based Organisations (FBO) 
– Community Based Organisations (CBO) 
– Trusts that have registered with Master of the Supreme Court under the Trust Property Control Act 57 of 1988. 
– Organisations that have registered as Section 21 Companies under the Company Act 61 of 1973. 
– Any other voluntary association that is not-for-profit.

I want to register my organisation as a NPO. How do I go about this?
You need to complete an application form with the Department of Social Development. For more details go to

I want to start my own non-profit organisation. Where do I start?
You need to complete an application form with the Department of Social Development. For more details go to

Please enter your email, so we can follow up with you.

By submitting your nomination, you agree that your details can be listed on our website.

Charities Listing

Charity Begins With Me.

Location: Johannesburg.

Website: Not applicable.

Facebook Page: Charity Starts With Me.


This is just a personal initiative where I try to make a difference. This awesome initiative is run by Stephan Ferreira and you can contact him through his Facebook Page or email listed above.

Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal

Location: Johannesburg.


Facebook Page


Contact Number: 0736317914

Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal started as a dream and is the vision of the founding member and chairperson – Leon Cronje. It all started ten years ago with a real life experience of seeing adults and children left in destitute conditions. He encountered a large number of children and parents living on the streets and the experiences they go through just to survive. It hit a nerve when he came in contact with children that escaped to drugs to numb the pain they experienced. This is a cycle that has harsh consequences, claiming the lives of young children. These children and parents are caught up in this ongoing cycle largely driven by the lack of education and desperate surroundings. Leon knew from that point that he was going to start an organization that will search for the answers to assist with the hard and difficult conditions that these poor souls faced on a daily basis. He wanted to eliminate most of these vexing situations of unfortunate children and parents.

Even though he was earning a meager salary from his employment as an estate agent, he managed to put aside money and gave that as a donation to the unfortunate and destitute children monthly. He also spent a lot of time with these children to familiarize himself with the problems they encounter and to better understand their world, their desires and dreams. Leon realised that despite their extreme hardships these children remained children first.

These children are exposed to constant danger and face all kind of physical and sexual abuse from the antisocial elements. He knew that he had to tackle this problem head on and work towards a more permanent solution. Many children and adults die on the street because of exposure to a number of unhealthy elements. We wanted to contribute in a small way to in an attempt to mitigate the problems of children and adults living in the street. In realising the enormous magnitude of this problem, we decided to spend a lot of time in educating them about safety both personal and societal.

The disintegration of family structures due to the environment and the prevailing economic circumstances have caused an increase in the numbers of these people. Leon’s vision is to run a child friendly shelter for these unfortunate children where they could find their lost freedom and grow into healthy and educated adults.

In 2015 the Non Profit Organization was started in a humble but determined manner. Through a driven passion the Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal has grown exponentially in the first three months of its existence. We feel proud that the organisation has been instrumental in bringing about an attitudinal change from the society towards children and adults and in ridging them with a positive outlook. In most cases positive guidance goes a long way in securing a better future for the generation to come.

As a Non Profit Organization we are delighted and blessed that we are able to assist and ensuring these communities to have hope and productive goals for the future. The long term sustainability of Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal is dependent on the generous support and donations that we receive from the communities where we operate and companies that support the plight of these people that we serve.


Cydah Day Care

Location: Johannesburg.

Website: Not applicable.

Facebook Page: Not Applicable.


Contact Number: 0727281899

This charity is run by an 85 year old ex teacher who has the love for education and children. The charity caters mostly for children from the nearby informal settlement that surround. Care is given mostly to children that are not properly cared for. The place is warm for kids and just have a few needs to be able to run properly.

FWC Training and Development Centre

Location: Johannesburg.


Facebook Page: FWC Training and Development Centre.


Contact Number: 0734507955

trading as FWC Hospice; has been in operation since 2002. FAMILY WORSHIP CENTRE employs
a holistic approach to serving the community. Whilst we are a Christian organization we serve
people from all walks of life and strive to address their educational, physical, emotional and
spiritual needs as and when required. We operate as an NPO and are dependent on donor
funding.The community we serve lives in dire socio-economic circumstances and we endeavour to be
a beacon of HOPE by providing a safe environment where adults and children can receive
free training.
We are totally dependent on professionals and students from local tertiary institutions who
volunteer their time and skills to the academy by providing instruction to the students at the
facility. We have coined the term HOPE INVESTORS to address our volunteers, because that is
exactly what they are.Whilst the primary objective is to provide the individual with skills that they can take into
the marketplace; the centre offers a reprieve from the often dire home situation that the
individual comes from. They are offered a simple meal, counselling (on request only) and an
opportunity to develop relationships with like-minded people. Our facilitators aka HOPE INVESTORS are our greatest asset. They come from the same
communities that they now serve (at their own cost and with no financial reward or
incentive); have grown beyond the poor socio-economic circumstance of their youth and are
highly skilled on their respective fields of expertise. The students (adult or youth) can identify
with the facilitator and vice versa. This compliments and encourages an authentic
relationship and learning experience. We serve the townships surrounding the centre (for almost a 20km radius). These include
Newclare, Westbury, Bosmont, Claremont, Roodepoort and Soweto. The communities suffer
from the typical ills prevalent in lower socio-economic neighbourhoods; such as low
employment rates, high levels of school drops outs, teenage pregnancies, single parent (often
female) headed homes, low income housing developments / informal settlements; poor
service delivery, drug abuse, child and women abuse and alcohol abuse. Whilst the average
age of students is 20 to 65 years of age; we have young people aged 10 to 17 years who
attend the grade 11 to 12 extra maths, accountancy and science classes and we even have a
few 40 to 50 years old who are desperate to improve their lives.

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