Siyakholwa Support care centre teamup with Society Activist and other NGOs are South African charity organisations decided to partnership since 2010 . We are working nationwide.
We provide education, health, and social services to underprivileged communities especially rural areas and informal settlements.
The movement launched #RevivingTownshipEconomies, a campaign aimed at assisting rebuilding small businesses hit by the looting in Johannesburg and Kwazulu-Natal.
This includes tuck shops , street vendor business, bakeries , salons, Car Wash and others that operate informally, and have no insurance or any other capital to rebuild their businesses.
Such businesses will be assisted with funding, other resources needed, and will also be linked with mentors.
Siyakholwa and Team plans to provide between R15,000 to R100,000 as capital to an affected business, and has called for more donations from the public and companies to partner with us.
This campaign is going together with accountability, transparency and project Donor Report in each donations
People who are interested in lending a helping hand can do so on:
to access the organisation's donation channels.
Once the campaign ends in November, funds will be allocated to affected businesses to help them rebuild and to youth that need funding to start their own business in all nine provinces.
UP TO SO FAR WE DID MANAGED TO REBUILD 12 X SMALL BUSINESS
OUR AUGAST BUSINESSES REBUILD HEROES DONOR
1. AMANDA DE WET
2. AYANDA MAMKHIZE
3. MILTON NGEMA
"Most of the targeted establishments are currently not trading, meaning employees are not receiving an income , poverty is high and can end up to crime and looting.
Some of the immediate needs we are tending to include food parcels and material to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure," said Siyakholwa Support care centre Founder Beauty Nomvuyo Munyu