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COVID19 has turned the world upside down. But it has also created new opportunities for meaningful impact. Uthando, along with the rest of the NGO world, has risen up to meet the disasters this pandemic has left in its wake. It is our work, our passion and our calling to answer the needs of those in crisis and now is the time.

Food, groceries, hygiene products, toiletries and electricity are just some of the essentials desperate families need during this time. The infinite NGO’s in South Africa are working around the clock to provide relief for the millions of people stranded in over-crowded townships and dilapidated housing estates during lockdown, unable to work and provide basic needs for their families, the elderly and children.

Without these NGO’s our country will collapse. We ask our supporters, donors and clients around the world – and their diverse networks – to join with us to ensure these projects are able to continue serving their communities by doing what they do best: giving, caring, answering need.

Here is just a small example of how your support can make a difference:

* Support 2000 home and community gardens
* Impact 1000’s of youth between ages of 5 and 35 through lockdown activities including art, theatre, sport, music and dance
* Help 270 carthorses owners who normally work from hand to mouth
* Assist vegetable gardens dedicated to feeding the elderly and vulnerable
* Reach 3200 children weekly through numerous pre-primary schools
* Provide countless families with food parcels
* Provide psycho-social support, food and medication to families in remote areas

R2000 will support an organic micro farm with seed, compost and manure for a month
R1500 will provide medical care, food and shelter for a working carthorse for a month
R1000 will supplement a senior citizen’s meagre government pension
R500 will support an at-risk family for a month
R350 will provide youth development initiatives with resources to keep children stimulated and safe during lockdown

arts, culture, humanities

Fundraisers

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    Johann Vanzyl

    R85,424 raised

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    African Portfolio

    R74,764 raised

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    GCU Academy

    R69,541 raised

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    James Fernie

    R5,083 raised

8 Fundraiser projects

Donations

  1. Tommaso Zausa

    24 January

    €250.00
  2. Anonymous donation

    15 January

    R1,000.00
  3. Stuart Lewis

    12 January

    R850.00
205 Donations

Fundraiser projects

8 Fundraiser projects

New Edu Hub

By GCU Academy

Let's raise funds for Uthando Social Development Projects, to help build another early childhood ...

1% Completed
R69,541 raised
R8,000,000 Target

Art Dion fundraising for Christel House School (Cape Town, South Africa)

By Art Dion

Hi, I am Art Dion, a marathon runner from the USA and passionate about making our world a better ...

0% Completed
US$0 raised
US$50,000 Target
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I am raising funds for Uthando Social Development Projects (South Africa)

By Xabisa Dali

Hi! I'm Xabisa Dali, Miss Teenager South Africa 2020 finalist and I am raising funds for Uthando ...

0% Completed
R0 raised
R5,000 Target
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We are raising funds for Uthando Social Development Projects (South Africa)

By African Portfolio

Everyone has been affected by the economic lockdown, but for many in South Africa, it has be...

88.5% Completed
US$4,425 raised
US$5,000 Target
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