There are three ways you can contribute to CWSA Stellenbosch:

  1. Become a volunteer
    Our volunteers are involved with child welfare at management and service levels; serving on social work committees or marketing and fundraising committees, early childhood development committees;  special programmes, projects and service delivery.
  2. Donate time, clothes and other materials
    Please contact us if you’d like to donate any of the following resources:

    • Clothes
    • Food
    • Stationery
    • Household items
    • Books
    • Old computers
    • Any other items you no longer use
  3. Support us financially
    Adopt a child through a monthly debit order:
    Monthly debit order Form to be Addressed to
    Child Welfare SA: Stellenbosch
    P.O. Box 4068
    Idas Valley, 7690
    All donations to Child Welfare SA are needed and we thank you for your support.
    Account name: Child Welfare South Africa Stellenbosch
    Bank: ABSA Bank, Stellenbosch
    Branch code:  632005
    Account number: 1018211021
    Account type: Current
    For PayFast payments click here.

Tax Benefits to Donors
If you give more than R100 per annum, you will receive a Section 18A tax certificate enabling you to claim a deduction from personal or corporate taxable income. Tax certificates will be issued at the end of the financial year unless requested earlier.

Donor deductibility applies to cash donations, bequests and donations in kind. When you submit the receipt with your annual income tax return, you can get up to a maximum deduction of 10% of your annual taxable income or R1000 (whichever is greater). To read more about PBO and Section 18A criteria, log on to the SARS website.

Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment: Socio-economic Development (SED)

What does Socio-economic Development mean?
It is a monetary (money you donated or value of goods and services) or non monetary (time) contribution with the specific objective of facilitating sustainable access to the economy for black beneficiaries.

By donating to Child Welfare Stellenbosch you can claim the full value of your contribution for BEE points. We will supply you with the necessary documentation to provide your rating and verification agent in order to claim the points.

There are various ways that you can contribute to the work of our organisation and gain SED points:

Donations and Financial grants
Contribute financially to the organization and our programmes.

Settling Directs Costs of the organisation
Settling certain expenses on behalf of the organisation. This can include Telkom and internet costs, salaries of social workers, transport costs, maintenance etc.

Discount given to individuals / projects as contribution towards socio-economic development or providing services to us free of charge
You can provide services to us at a discounted rate or free of charge. Mentor and share your experience with women in the industry.

Staff involvement
As part of team buildings, you can let staff members assist us with maintenance on schools or with other projects that we might have.

Sponsoring equipment and other goods
You can assist by sponsoring new or used computer and IT equipment or collecting used clothing that we can distribute to the needy.

We will be happy to meet with you to discuss our involvement in the community, the work that we do and the needs that our organisation has. Kindly contact us should you wish to become a sponsor or partner.