Black Sash Trust – 20%
Formed in 1955, the Black
Sash Trust began as a woman’s anti-apartheid
movement opposed to the human rights violations
practised under apartheid. Today the Black
Sash Trust is a non-profit, human rights
organisation, which focuses on advice and
Through its advice offices, it offers free
paralegal assistance concentrating on social
security issues including child support
and maintenance, disability, retirement
and unemployment grants. Secondly, the organisation
advocates for changes to legislation and
improvements in delivering rights, with
a focus on the right to social security
as a means of addressing poverty. The organisation
also plays a key role in monitoring these
rights. The Black Sash Trust is a national
organisation with branches in the Western
and Eastern Capes, Kwazulu Natal and Gauteng.
on The Black Sash Trust can be obtained
Sakhikamva NGO Incubator Trust
The trust was established to assist start-up
NGOs with funding and provide support to
talented social entrepreneurs operating
within Sakhikamva’s targeted delivery
areas. Logistical support, where possible,
will be provided by linking funding recipients
with Sakhikamva shareholders. The trustees
will be drawn from the Sakhikamva board
on Sakhikamva NGO Incubator Trust contact
them on 021 425 2120
mothers2mothers (m2m) is an innovative and powerful HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment support project. m2m uses education and empowerment as tools to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of the HIV virus from mothers to babies. Located in antenatal clinics, maternity wards and hospitals that offer treatment to women living with HIV, m2m works alongside established PMTCT treatment programs, offering support to these publicly funded clinical services.
mothers2mothers identifies newly delivered HIV positive mothers, places them in a thorough training curriculum, and returns them to maternity wards and clinics as Mentor Mothers. They offer HIV education, support and counseling, and are paid as integral, valuable and professional members of the health care team.
mothers2mothers has more than 40,000 client interactions per month, and employs well over 500 women in their hundreds of sites across the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal and Mpumalanga. m2m has branched-out with sites in Lesotho, Kenya, and Zambia. Further expansion is scheduled to take place into Rwanda, Malawi and Swaziland.
They have also piloted a successful income generation project Mothers’ Creations which empowers women participating in m2m by encouraging them to become economically independent. New mothers living with HIV, many of whom are the sole providers for their families, are trained in beading skills and design to produce high quality beadwork, which is marketed all around the world.
Contact details Tel: + 27 21 466 9160 Web: www.m2m.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org