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The Full Tummy Fund supports a select group of charitable organisations that train ECD practitioners as well as provide nutritional meals and educational material to ECD Centres.

Official Benefiary Partners

Aimed at larger non-profit organisations that have a broad or national reach (not compulsory), or long-term projects benefiting children in marginalised communities. These partnerships usually run for a minimum period of two years.

ASHA develops and facilitates early childhood development training programmes for under-skilled practitioners and owners of home-based crèches. ASHA training equips beneficiaries with the necessary skills to provide a stimulating educational environment and meet the nutritional needs of the children in their care. ASHA assists crèches to develop their facilities in order to comply with standards prescribed by the Department of Social Development to help them register their ECD centres and access social development subsidies.

With over 50 years of experience, Ikamva Labantu has become one of South Africa’s largest and most respected non-governmental organisations (NGOs). They remain committed to the economic empowerment of township communities. Presently, Ikamva Labantu employs over 140 staff members, of which at least 100 live in the communities they serve. Ikamva Labantu works with over 380 pre-schools which positively affect over 17 000 babies, toddlers & children; directly assists over 240 children and youth at risk; 134 vulnerable families, as well as helps more than 1 400 senior citizens attending our 19 seniors’ clubs and receiving home visits on a daily basis.

JAM SA has been serving disadvantaged communities in South Africa since 2005. At the end of 2015, JAM SA was supporting more than 1 700 Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres. JAM SA operates in seven provinces in South Africa: Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Northern Cape, Limpopo and North West.

Through partnerships with various organisations and donors, JAM SA feeds over 84 000 children every school day.

For 28 years, the Reach For A Dream Foundation, has brought hope, joy and healing to countless South African children. These children, between the ages of 3 and 18, years have used their dreams to fight life-threatening illnesses such as cancer and leukaemia, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, renal failure and various blood disorders.

They seek to alleviate the strain that a life-threatening illness places on these children and their families by providing the children with the opportunity to realise their dream. Reach For A Dream offers the child a magical moment to regain their childhood that is being lost to an illness.

The Teddy Bear Clinic was established in 1986 to provide holistic child protection services. Our mission is to minimise the secondary harm to children and their families when they enter the child protection system.

We provide expertise, information and support in order to make the journey a healing one.

The YE Foundation is a non-profit entity established with the objective of attracting donor funding and corporate sponsorship’s in order to offer entrepreneurship and financial literacy programmes to children from disadvantaged communities.

Youth unemployment, poverty alleviation and major socio-economic change can only be achieved if we establish an entrepreneurial culture in South Africa. We need to expose kids to entrepreneurship from a very early age and nurture their natural entrepreneurial mindedness.

The Lunchbox Fund is a Non-Profit Organization that focuses on fostering education via nutrition by providing a daily meal for orphaned and at-risk school children in township and rural areas of South Africa.


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