Where Rainbows Meet foundation celebrates 10 years of helping the community and providing skills and training to those in need.
The Paternoster Volunteer Project started in 2016 to provide an after-school programme to equip the children for a brighter future.
South Africa has more people infected with HIV/AIDS than any other nation. HOKISA houses children infected and affected by the disease.
Christmas is a time for joy and celebration. That's why Operation Shoebox is giving everyone a chance to help a needy child have a wonderful Christmas.
The Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children (SBCWC) is one of these – offering not only a safe space, but empowering survivors of domestic abuse.
Oasis Association, founded by child psychologist Everly Fischer, helps hundreds of mentally challenged people find a sense of normality and purpose in life.
For 17 years, the Mdzananda Animal Clinic has been working to provide permanent veterinary care and adoption services for the resident pets of Khayelitsha.
Operation Smile, a non-profit, international health organisation aims to help children all around the world grow up with the ability to smile.
The South African Guide Dog Association provides trained dogs to help the blind live independent lives & aims to change the perception of visual impairment.
The First Community Resource Centre (FCRC), an NGO in Hanover Park has implements an idea to curb violence in townships. The method is called CeaseFire.
There is an estimated 1.5 million orphans in South Africa, but there has not been a substantial increase in adoptions. What are the reasons behind this?
Stamps for Good is a way to support local charities. Buy a virtual stamp, embed it in your email and spread awareness with each click.
Project Playground arranges after-school activities for children, in order to improve their self-esteem and provide meaningful programmes.
The concept is very simple: the Street Store is all about bringing people together. It is about giving the homeless an identity – an identity they choose.
Brothers for All aims to equip offenders, ex-offenders and the underprivileged with coding skills to ensure that an aspirational job may be in their future.
A non-profit organisation, HOPE Cape Town, is making great strides to support children and families who are affected by HIV/AIDS and TB.