donations

The CTMSC Board Member, who acts as treasurer, signs the centre's book off on a monthly basis. The CTMSC financial books are audited annually. An annual certificate is issued by the auditors in terms of the "Broad Based Black Empowerment Act No. 53 of 2003" and "The Codes of Good Practice released on 9 February 2007" and is deemed to be an "Exempted Micro Enterprise Level 4 contributor (BEE procurement level of 100 per cent)."

We are a registered Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO), so if you donate money or in kind, we are able to issue you with a PBO certificate. This should be submitted in return to SARS at the end of the financial year to obtain exemption from tax for the amount of the donation.

How can you help:

  1. Volunteer your service
  2. donate things in kind that we can use in the project or distribute to the needy
  3. don't give money to children begging on the street rather donate to organisations that try to address the problem
  4. donate a small amount via debit order

Our Wish List

  • Any clothes for children (especially boys between 10 and 18 years)
  • School clothes
  • School shoes
  • Socks
  • Food
  • Stationary
  • Toiletries
  • Sporting equipment (all ages)
  • Computers to teach children computer literacy
  • Toys for children to play with in their communities (age 0-7 yrs)
  • Recreational games i.e. board games, etc (all ages)
  • Unused gym equipment to re-equip our gym for the youths
  • Salaries for non-funded posts i.e. Cleaner, Kitchen Ladies at the two Play Schools, House Parents, etc.
  • Pocket money for children (R40 per primary school child per month and R60 per high school child per month). This project aims to teach the children the importance of saving and how to manage their own money responsibly.
  • Food parcels at a cost of R4000 for 60 food parcels; this forms part of our family reunification and relief project Office equipment.
  • Unfunded operational costs i.e. telephone bills, maintenance, etc.
  • Petrol costs to visit families outside the Central Business District of Cape Town.
  • Any recycled products to teach children and parents a skill.

What is in it for you?
You contribute to a much needed project that is only partially funded by government. With this, Cape Town Multi Service Centre, Child and Family Care & ECD will be able to enrich the lives of these young children, so that they may have the best possible start to their futures.

Banking Details
Bank Name: ABSA Bank
Acc Name: Cape Town Multi Service Centre
Acc Number: 9173793696
Branch Code: 632005
Type of Acc: Savings
Branch: Woodstock, Cape Town

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