Supported Charities
Supported Charities Supported Charities

Supported Charities

We are passionate about the game of golf, and we are just as passionate about giving back to the community.

South African Golf Development Board  

is a non-profit organization that has a network of coaches and officials that help develop the game of golf in the cities and many other remote areas in the country. They operate in 9 regions and have the capacity to coach 2500 children per week in these regions. Without the assistance of various sponsors and donors, the SAGDB would not be able to reach out to children and develop the game of golf. SAGDB has Section 18A Donation Tax Exemption status and we urge other corporates out there to support this wonderful cause! Your donation, no matter how small, will make an incredible difference, not only in the lives of these children, but also in the much needed development of our beloved game of golf!


Youth for Christ

Youth for Christ Knysna

is a Christian organization that invest full time in the development of Youth in Knysna and surrounding areas. If you were to spend a day in the shoes of one of their dedicated staff members, you will walk away a changed person. To step in and do everything they do with open arms and loving hearts the way they do it is truly something many of us can learn from. There is no such things as no, we can’t do it – they simply climb in and do what is required in aid of uplifting and supporting another fellow human being.


Carpe Diem School George

Carpe Diem School is a relatively young school which was founded on 15 July 2000. Carpe Diem was officially inaugurated on the 6th of August 2000 by the then acting minister of Education, mrs. Helen Zille. Prior to this, there was no school accessible to learners with intellectual-, physical or learning impairments other than the schools of skill which caters for the higher functioning older learners. That left lower functioning learners with no the option but to go to  Cape Town from a very young age for accessible education.
The school building, previously known as Kruinsig Childcare School, had to undergo extensive modifications and repairs for the establishment of the wonderful and accessible facility that is Carpe Diem School today.

You can read more about their cost and other project needs HERE!


George Child & Family Welfare George Child and Family Welfare Society is a non-profit organization rendering services to children and families in the previously disadvantaged areas of George.

Although the bulk of our services at present involve casework, we are very involved in both community development projects and group work.

Our aim is to provide traumatized  families and children with the necessary training,  and creating awareness of child abuse and children’s needs, as well as educating the people involved with the children. Services include family therapy, play therapy, crisis support, recreational and educational groups.



CANSA is committed to connecting people facing cancer with information, day-to-day help as well as emotional support they need in the communities where they live. Our aim is to ensure that cancer Survivors and their loved ones don’t have to face cancer alone; we’re here to support them through every step of their cancer journey.*

The responsibility rests with patients to contact CANSA for assistance. CANSA is not informed of any diagnoses / of patients being treated at medical centres. Family need to obtain permission from patients, before CANSA may contact them.

Please contact your local CANSA Care Centre for support. Find contact details on this web page and click on the CANSA Care Centre closest to you, to go through to its web page where you will find detailed information regarding services provided.



We are passionate professionals who care for the holistic well-being of people with epilepsy and/or other disabilities. We are a registered non-profit organisation that relies on donations and funding to run our organisation. We are a registered non-profit organisation that relies on donations and funding to run our organisation. We offer   practical and holistic care to 50 residents with various disabilities, not just people with epilepsy. It costs our organisation R9000 per month per resident for the bare essentials. We also offer care and support to those with epilepsy and other disabilities and their extended families in our community.



Epilepsy South Africa: Igniting the flame of potential
Epilepsy South Africa promotes human rights and an inclusive society for persons with disabilities, primarily persons with Epilepsy.

Primary Directive
To be an effective non-profit organisation driven by business principles rendering a holistic service to people with Epilepsy and/or other disabilities and their families to improve their ability to reach their full potential.



The areas that our support extends to are The Craggs in Plettenberg Bay, right up to Oudtshoorn and Mossel Bay and everywhere between. This includes Wilderness, Sedgefield, George, Dysellsdorp, Karatara, Rheenendal and we are making inroads in Beaufort West. We also answer queries about epilepsy and other disabilities from all over the country via telephone, email and social media.





is a pro-life, non-profit organisation that focuses on Outreach programmes for animals in need in the Karoo and Eden Districts. We Educate, Medicate, Rescue and Rehome.

Ups with Down School

Up with Down’s School

Up with Downs was established in 1998 by parents of children with Down syndrome who saw no alternative for their children other than sending them far away to live in a hostel environment. The need for special care and schooling for their children was the main aim.

Today the aim remains to provide a specialized education that will meet the needs of children with special needs.

Up with Downs is a non-profitable organization. It operates within a Trust under the supervision of a Board of Trustees and is managed by the parents.

The school acknowledges each child’s own potential and works in collaboration with the parents to build each child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).