The Foundation has, for more than 15 years, assisted organisations that care for disadvantaged and disabled children. It has raised almost R5 million, primarily overseas, for this purpose, which it has channelled to the following wonderful organisations:

The Cape Town Society for the Blind
The Cape Town Society for the Blind (CTSB) was founded in 1929 by a group of women from Cape Town who identified the need to provide training and employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired persons within a secure and supportive environment.

Iris House Children’s Hospice
Iris House’s mission is to provide holistic, loving, professional, free community and Hospice based respite care, as well as end-of-life care for special needs children and young adults with a life-threatening and or life-limiting condition in the Western Cape.

The National Institute for the Deaf
The National Institute for the Deaf belleves that, together, we can support the deaf and those with hearing loss, as well as their families, to break down the communication barriers so that they can reach their full potential and live a prosperous life.

Salesian Life Choices
Life Choices believes that the human spirit is remarkably resilient – no matter who our parents are, where we live, or what kinds of connections, abilities, and opportunities life may have offered us. Even in circumstances where the odds seem hopelessly stacked against us – there is endless potential waiting to be freed.

The history of Studietrust is rooted in South Africa’s darkest moments of student uprisings in 1976. Established in 1974, their work from the outset has been about empowerment and a call to act against unequal educational opportunities for students on the basis of race.

Alta Du Toit School
Alta du Toit School aims to prepare learners for their life’s journey, taking individual challenges into account. As a school, they offer specialised, professional education to learners with intellectual disabilities from different cultural backarounds who cannot benefit from mainstream offerings.

Woodside Special Care Centre
Woodside Special Care Centre is a residential home caring for 80 profoundly intellectually and physically disabled residents and is situated in Rondebosch East, Cape Town, South Africa.