The Clothing Bank’s mission is to empower unemployed mothers through enterprise development so that they can become financially and socially independent.
Their holistic approach combines practical appropriate training with life skills and coaching.
Since 2010 they have grown significantly and recruit 300 new women per year.
Analyze would like to congratulate The Clothing Bank for winning the 2016 Schwab Foundation’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year award. Read more about it here.
Ikhaya le Themba offers holistic After School Care programs to primary school children of Imizamo Yethu informal settlement in Hout Bay. This service includes home visiting, advocacy and referral for their family carers. They work to ensure that family units remain strong under the strain of illness and poverty and to support communities in caring for their orphaned and vulnerable children.
They long for a world where every child has a hope and a future and the effects of poverty, trauma, and HIV & AIDS are no longer seen.
Sea Rescue is the charity that saves lives on South African waters.
The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is run by over 1 000 highly skilled, unpaid volunteers who are on standby day and night throughout the year.
Donations and sponsorships cover their annual running cost of R73.4m. The volunteers save them a salary bill in excess of R250m per annum.
St Luke’s Hospice was established in 1980, when Dame Cicely Saunders visited Cape Town after repeated requests from Christine Dare, then a 5th year medical student who had worked with her at St Thomas’ Hospital in England.
The result of this visit was a gathering of concerned persons who formed an organisation (St Luke’s) to meet the special needs of patients facing life threatening illnesses, as well as their families.
Inyosi – The Inyosi Enterprise Development Investment and the Inyosi Supplier Development Investment are two specialist investment funds which focus on providing funding and ancillary support to black-owned businesses.
The Inyosi Enterprise Development portfolio provides a stable source of loan capital to black owned companies who are looking to expand their business. While the Inyosi Supplier Development solution provides companies, who are looking for supplier development BEE points, with access to a procurement portal. This portal specifically provides black owned companies with access to their target market.
Read more about Inyosi’s win-win solution for SME’s in this article featured on Moneyweb.co.za.