Ways to Give

Charitable giving is a great way to support a cause you trust, but you don’t only need to donate money to give back.

We’ve made it easy for you, whether you want to make a once-off or recurring donation; consider planned giving including a bequest in your will, give a dedicated gift on behalf of someone special, or talk to us about how we can align with your CSR responsibilities – the choice is yours!

Once-Off Donations

Every contribution helps us make a life-changing difference in underserved last-mile communities in South Africa. 

Recurring Donations

Recurring donations provide us with a more stable and predictable income stream that enables us to offer more sustainable outcomes to our programme customers. 

Planned Giving

Your legacy donation will amply our impact and if structured correctly, offer you significant tax benefits. Find out more below. 

Become a Corporate Donor

Corporate Social Responsibility’s purpose is to help individuals, communities, and society as a whole. Let us help you alter South Africa’s economic environment for the better.

 

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MySchool Beneficiary

Add One to One Africa as your beneficiary on your MySchool card. Visit the MySchool website, or call (0860) 100-445, or email cs@myschool.co.za to add us as your beneficiary. Every swipe counts!

 

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Help us Fundraise

Crowdfunding is a great way to raise funds for causes you care about while partaking in activities you’re passionate about. It also puts the power in your hands to raise money for One to One Africa. Involved in a local marathon? Riding across Africa? Or, do you have a local school or varsity event? Both GivenGain and BackaBuddy have One to One Africa profiles and projects listed. Get involved today! 

 

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Section 18A Tax Certificate

All donations made by registered South African tax residents qualify for the Section 18A tax certificate. This means you will be able to claim your donations as a tax deduction, which of course means a tax saving for you!

It is important to note that your donation must reflect in our bank account by the close of business on 28 February in any year to be eligible for a Section 18A receipt in the same tax year. Qualifying donations received later will only be entitled to a Section 18A for the following tax year.

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