Established in 1989: Lima Rural Development Foundation (LIMA) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, engaged in a broad range of rural and urban development interventions throughout South Africa. LIMA promotes dignified, sustainable and transformative community growth across South Africa. We support the simultaneous development of people and livelihoods in resource-scarce contexts, particularly in rural areas.Continue reading →
The Interchange Foundation is a community collaboration NGO based at Helderberg Village in Somerset West. It’s mission is to implement a model for retirement villages to actively engage with all role-players within their communities in a quest for a “viable and unified community”, one of the precepts of the National Development Plan.Continue reading →
The Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that creates essential structures geared towards supporting people, projects and programmes that are meeting the needs of individuals and communities physically, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually through mercy, justice and empowerment.Continue reading →
The mission of the ZCBF is to respond to the Development needs of our greater community by facilitating Networks, Partnerships and Joint Ventures. To build the Capacity of the Community to Sustain themselves Economically and to improve the quality of their lives.Continue reading →
The Small Projects Foundation vision is to develop ways of supporting poor and disadvantaged individuals and communities to improve their quality of life physically, socially and economically.Continue reading →
Hope SA foundation is a non- profit organisation that provides support to under-developed communities in South Africa and the African Continent.Continue reading →
The HSFSA uses the national health events calendar as a reference point for carrying out campaigns and awareness drives at target groups or at population level. As our mission states: We intend to halt the rise of premature deaths through cardiovascular disease and cerebrovascular disease (CVD) in South Africa and promote the adoption of healthy lifestyles. Ultimately, we aim to reduce the burden placed on the South African healthcare system by cardiovascular disease. Our involvement in advocacy work to influence health and fiscal policy development is an exciting journey and our venture into the research space is even more exciting. However, on a day-to-day basis our work streams go far in reaching our goals.
Health Promotions Programme
The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa’s Health Promotions Programme empowers all South Africans to adopt healthy lifestyles through education and raising awareness of CVD. CVD is the leading preventable cause of death worldwide, and 80% of CVD can be prevented by lifestyle changes. The Health Promotion Programmes primary activities are conducting health risk assessments, doing community and corporate health talks, running the Mended Hearts groups and engaging in employee wellness programmes and public health campaigns.
The Future Farmers Foundation is a formal entity, dedicated to provide platforms for young men and women, who are passionate about agriculture and whom can become successful commercial farm managers or farmers in their own right.Continue reading →
FABCOS promotes the advancement of small black-owned businesses in South AfricaContinue reading →
The Fossil Fuel Foundation (FFF) is a non-profit Trust made up of individuals from industry, government and non government organisations, academia and technology all of whom have an interest in coal and energy. Multidisciplinary topics are covered including those in the coal producer and user sectors, clean coal technologies, alternative energies, conventional and unconventional gas, coalbed methane, health and safety, climate change and the environment. FFF conferences, academic and industrial courses and colloquia provide specialist information on these topics and the FFF membership provides a network throughout the entire coal, carbon and energy sectors both within South Africa and across the region.Continue reading →