ONE SMALL ACT OF GENEROSITY
Thank you for your Generosity!
Thank you for visiting our website and showing an interest in supporting our organization. Our mission is to ensure that we provide lasting solutions that improve the lives of the communities wherein we work. Your donation goes a long way to helping us reach that goal and not only do we thank you for your support, but so do our beneficiaries!
Below is a list of different platforms on which you can pledge your donation. Choose the one most convenient to you.
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Direct Bank Transfer
Make a payment directly to our bank account.
Banking Details below:
First National Bank
The Imbumba Foundation Trust
6234 5136 677
Pay via Online Platforms
Quick and easy way of making an effortless donation.
Give via SMS
Keeping the #GirlChild in school initiative.
SMS “GIRLCHILD” to
42513 to pledge R30*
(For non-contract consumers only. If you are on contract you cannot donate this way)
“Our human compassion binds us the one to the other – not in pity or patronizingly, but as human beings who have learnt how to turn our common suffering into hope for the future.”
Lend a hand – Volunteer Today
We love working with our enthusiastic volunteers and are always looking for more helping hands, whether you live here in South Africa or are from abroad. We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities available from assisting with a distribution for a day to multi-week placements in our office. Check out what some of our recent volunteers have to say
Erin Vickers, lawyer (UK)
“I volunteered with Imbumba Foundation for 5 weeks, working on the Caring4Girls programme which I am so passionate about. I think it is so important to promote the importance of education and raise aspirations in young girls and Caring4Girls works so hard to do this. By combining the distribution of sanitary pads with education and awareness, it is developing a generation of strong, self-respecting women to lead South Africa to a brighter future.
I mainly worked in the office to develop a new online database for the Foundation but was also able to assist with several distributions to schools across the country. It has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life and I would encourage everyone who is able to volunteer”