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Donor Support

Financial support from trusts, foundations, individuals, the South African corporate sector, and the Free State Department of Social Development make it possible for Ntataise to continue its work. This support is vital to Ntataise's ongoing operations. Ntataise thanks all of its donors most sincerely for their continued support and for their interest and belief in Ntataise and its work.

Over the years, support has been received from:

AECI
Absa Foundation
Anglo American Chairman’s Fund
Anonymous donation through Tshikululu Social Investments
Anonymous (USA)
ApexHi Charitable Trust
Department of Social Development
Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation
Discovery Vitality Trust
Donaldson Trust
Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc.
Ellerines Holding Trust
Engen Pretroleum Limited
First National Bank Fund
GivenGain (United Kingdom)
GreaterGood South Africa
HCI Foundation
HO Taylor Will Trust
Ilifa Labantwana (The DG Murray Trust, Elma
Philanthropies, UBS Optimus Foundation)
Impala Bafokeng Trust
Investec Bank Limited (through one of its Charitable and Educational Trusts)
Iqraa Trust South Africa
Jim Joel Education and Training Fund
Letsatsi Power Project
Lewis Stores (Pty) Ltd.
Mary Slack and Daughters Foundation
Melville Inglis Family Charitable Trust
Murray & Roberts Ltd.


National Development Agency (NDA)
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF)
New Settlers Foundation
Nedbank Limited
SG Menell Trust
SASIX, part of the Greater Good
South Africa Group
Sisi and Savita Charitable Trust
The Annie Lennox Foundation
The Desmond Leech Bequest
The DG Murray Trust
The Federated Employers’ Mutual
Assurance Company (RF) (Pty)Ltd
The Grain Care Trust
The Haggie Charitable Trust
The Hermann Ohlthaver Trust
The Jim Joel Fund
The Oppenheimer Memorial Trust The RB Hagart Trust
The Robert Niven Trust
The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited
UK Fund for Charities
Vallar Plc – Nat Rothschild & James Campbell
Viljoenskroon Rotary Club
Volkswagen of South Africa (Pty) Ltd 
Whiphold Investment Trust
Zoë Carss Education Trust

 Donatinos from Individuals

 Donations in Kind:

Abby & Judy Tren
Antoinette & Basil Hersov
Birgit Brammer Kids Yoga
Clifford Gundle
David McCall
Dawn & Keith Jones
Dr Conrad Strauss
Gary and Marie-France Ralfe
Gift in memory of Jean Holden “and her love for South Africa”
H J Matthews – in memory of Guy Matthews
Jill and Jack Gerber
Julian and Tessa Ogilvie Thompson
Lynne Wiechmann
Robyn Evans
The annual benefit Christmas card charity donation from CDC Group PLC
DigiDynamic
Indigo Cosmetics
Mark Klein Productions
National Brands Ltd.
Outovaria Motors
Rhys Evans Group (Pty) Ltd
Volkswagen Group South Africa














 

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