When it comes to supporting good causes, you want to make sure that your money goes to the right charities in South Africa. There are hundreds of thousands of good charities to support in South Africa right now, and your donations will be greatly appreciated regardless of the benefactor.
This post looks at 10 of the best charities in South Africa to support right now.
Supporting HIV-infected mothers and their children along with any AIDS orphans too. All donations raise awareness of the issue and provide assistance and education to communities affected.
One of South Africa’s most reputable conservation NGOs is dedicated to preserving and protecting threatened species and ecosystems in Southern and Eastern Africa.
Supporting childhood development by providing initiatives and infrastructure in South Africa via early education.
Using donations to create food and sanitary parcels to deliver to those who need it the most in vulnerable communities. Working with local sources to verify the parcels are going to the right people, Operation Hunger brings aid to the most vulnerable communities.
Providing help and support to those who have been affected by cancer by offering counseling, screenings, advice, research, and more. There is plenty of advice on their website for those living with cancer or regaining their life once treatment has finished.
The South African Federation for Mental Health provides support and facilities for people who need it while bringing awareness via multiple methods, including education, training, and more.
Helping to bring awareness and education of child trafficking and providing practical safety tips for vulnerable children in communities, orphanages, and care homes across South Africa.
The PDSA has a long history of helping sick and injured animals who might not otherwise receive treatment due to the high cost of veterinary care. The PDSA is a nonprofit organization.
Baby Box provides a reuseable bag of essential items for mothers of new babies born in Johannesburg hospitals living in desperate poverty. The aim is to give new moms the support they need when they need it the most to reduce the number of child abandonment.
Providing sanitary products and support for young girls of menstruating age who might otherwise face gaps in their education due to missing school through lack of menstruation products. They help girls aged 10-19 and work with educators to bring awareness to the issue and provide face to face education and menstruation products.
Many charitable organizations in South Africa are worthy of your support and assistance, whether financial or practical. At AAM Nation Care, we take our responsibilities seriously as a charity. Our support to those living in poverty to support themselves and create a better life is making a massive difference right now, and we appreciate all the help we get. Donations can be made via our website, or you can call us to discuss how you can help us carry on our work today.