Disabled and disadvantaged children
The channeling of funds to organisations that care for handicaped and disadvantaged children
South Africa’s handicapped children are often at the end of the queue when they funding is required to meet their special needs. The assistance that the Foundation channels to them can significantly improve the quality of their lives.
The Foundation raises funds - primarily overseas - which it channels to
- Alta du Toit School
- Worcester School for the Deaf
- Worcester School for the Blind
- Autism Western Cape
- Woodside Special Care Centre
- and the Study Trust.
It monitors the implementation of projects on behalf of donors.
The Foundation has succeeded in channeling more than one million rand to these charities. It has helped to purchase a bus for the Alta du Toit School and has helped to fund special training programmes for deaf and blind children; and has sponsored the maintenance of several severely mentally handicapped children at Woodside Special Care Centre who are wards of court without any family to care for them.
The Foundation needs R 1 000 000 (±USD 150 000) per annum for this project.
This page was last updated on 24 August 2010