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Every Little Bit Helps 2018.10.06

Organisations/Projects Selected for 2020

Disbursement Process:
  1. Approved Organisations/Projects are invited to apply for funding.
  2. Disbursement of StreetSmart funding happens annually.
  3. Funded Organisations/Projects are required to give a detailed report on expenditure.

Cape Town StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Amy Foundation: R35,000 towards a literacy facilitator's salary.
  • Cape Town Multi Service Centre: R65,000 towards two aftercare teachers’ salaries, transport towards conducting home visits, and educational supplies.
  • Home from Home: Masiphumulele, Ocean View and Westlake: R65,000 towards a social and auxiliary socail worker salaries.
  • Learn to Live: R65,000 towards the hospitality skills training instructor salary.
  • Ons Plek: R65,000 towards a social worker salary.
  • School of Hope – Thembalitsha Foundation: R65,000 towards computer skills training instructor salary.
  • The Homestead: R35,000 towards a street outreah worker salary.
  • T.L.C.: R65,000 towards a field worker salary and related transport costs.
  • Zip Zap Circus: R35,000 towards 2nd Chance circus training workshop instructors.

Franschhoek StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • The Kusasa Project:  R70,000 towards social worker salaries.   

George StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Kidstop: R15,000 towards a child and youth care worker salary.

Helderberg StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • ACVV Bright Lights: R35,000 towards a social worker salary.

Johannesburg StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Kids Haven: R70,000 towards the Bridging School facilitator and social worker salaries.
  • MES Youth Programme:  R30,000 towards the after schools programme co-ordinator salary.

Knysna StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Sinethemba Projects: R95,000 towards a social auxiliary worker salary.

Oudtshoorn StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • FAMSA: R15,000 towards a life-skills educational project for boys.

Plettenberg Bay StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Home from Home PLETT Projects: R15,000 towards social worker supervision.
  • Masizame Projects: R45,000 towards a family reunification worker salary.

Pretoria StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • PEN: R15,000 towards social worker salary.

Stellenbosch StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • Home from Home: Kayamandi (5) & Cloetesville (2): R40,000 towards a social and auxiliary social worker salaries.
  • Pebbles Project - After-school club programme: R10,000 towards an After-School Club training facilitator salary. 
  • Stellumthombo – Becoming Kids: R10,000 towards a learning support facilitator salary.

Swellendam StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • The Bursary Fund: R30,000.00 towards funding of text books and travel costs for registered 2/3-year students.

Wellington StreetSmart funds is towards:

  • NorSA: R45,000 towards auxiliary social worker salaries.

Feedback on how these funds were administered will be given by each organisation in 
Report format by 31 August 2020.

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Account Holder: StreetSmart South Africa
Bank: Nedbank
Branch: Foreshore
Branch Code: 108 309
Account Number: 108 33 444 39
Swift Code: Ned SZA JJ

Reference: DIDG & Mobile number

Account Holder: StreetSmart South Africa
Bank: Nedbank
Branch: Foreshore
Branch Code: 108 309
Account Number: 108 33 709 95
Swift Code: Ned SZA JJ

Reference: Name, Surname & Mobile number


021 447 3227 |

StreetSmart South Africa

P.O. Box 49
Green Point
8051, Cape Town

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