The trust focuses on uplifting worthy South Africans who demonstrate promise and ability. We do this by allowing our beneficiaries to improve their education and skills primarily at tertiary level,which includes everything from adult skills training to university.degrees. As part of the philosophy of the trust we do not ask our candidates to pay back the money, merely a moral obligation to give back to the Trust or their communities and families, by becoming mentors and leaders in their chosen fields. This year we have increased our support for the beneficiaries, by introducing mentorship programmes and workshops. this year we have 27 beneficiaries who have received funding.

How long has your Organisation been operational? 

17 Years

Is your Organisation a registered entity? If so, please list your registration details below for eg: NPO Number, PBO Number, NPC Number etc 

NPO Number: 101-840
PBO Number: 930038796

Do you have a Wish List? If so, please post it below: 

Raising the funds each year is done by encouraging private and corporate donations.
We have at least two fundraising events each year – a golf day which was held in May and we will be having a music evening in October. As well as the monetary donations we ask for prize donations which are used at these events.

Where can we find your Organisation online? Please list links to your Website and Social Media Platforms here:

Which Cause achievement are you most proud of? Feel free to elaborate on why and include any links:

Last year we were proud to include Andries Shabangu as a trustee of The Tshepo Trust. He was one of the original beneficiaries who achieved a Chemical Engineering Degree and has a great job with WASAA Gasses.He is a great motivator to our current beneficiaries who see first hand where a good education can take one!

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