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Corporate social investment (csi) through supporting NPO impact partners

We provide a platform for corporates and individuals to confidently channel funding to organisations that are empowered to make a difference through corporate social investment. These NPOs or Impact Partners, have been evaluated on their ability to provide sustainable and significant support to the beneficiaries in their care. As a registered NPO, Community Chest provides donors with Section 18A Certificates, and B-BBEE Certificates are issued on request.

Our grant programme covers children and family needs, entrepreneurship and education sectors as well as emergency needs and care for the elderly. Our loyal corporate and individual donors rely on the stringent assessment processes we implement, to ensure their funds are effectively utilised for good.

90

Years of Service

R16.2m

Annual Community Investment

105+

NPO Partners supported

Community Chest Durban empowering and enhancing lives!

“The financial contributions assist in offsetting our recurring monthly shortfall. They add value through sound advice and networking opportunities with other NPOs.”  

- Sifiso Ngidi, The Issy Geshen Lamont Home for the Aged.

“The funding we receive from Community Chest Durban is a lifeline. I am not sure we would have weathered the storm of COVID-19 without it.”

- Karin Holtzhausen, Child Welfare SA Port Shepstone.

“The donation from Community Chest is the only guaranteed monthly income we have. We have obtained valuable skills from their training, reporting system and audits.”

– Glynis Ross, Khethiwe Rehab Centre for Children with Disabilities.

“Community Chest Durban provide financial support, compliance guidance and skills support where, when and if required.”

– Mandy-Jane Erasmus, Child Welfare SA Margate.

“Community Chest Durban supports operating costs for the programmes we offer the community”

- Catherine Mather-Pike, Siyakwazi for children with disabilities.

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