We seek to not only serve and benefit our clients, but some of the most marginalised in our society too. To this end, we are proud to support and be associated with the following social initiatives and projects:
The Children’s Hospital Trust was established in 1994 to advance child healthcare through the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital – the first stand-alone tertiary hospital, exclusively for children, in sub-Saharan Africa. The Hospital takes care of around 250 000 patients each year, most of whom come from exceptionally poor and marginalised communities. A third of the Hospital’s patients are younger than a year old.
As an independent, registered non-profit organisation, they rely on the benevolence of donors to fund the Hospital.
TCB’s mission is to empower unemployed mothers through enterprise development, so that they can become financially and socially independent.
They believe that becoming a self-employed business owner is something everyone can do, irrespective of their education levels and resources, as long as they are self-motivated and well supported (mentally and emotionally). They have developed a holistic eco-system, which successfully engages families living in poverty to chart a path out of poverty. Their projects have been changing lives for the last eight years.
The University of Cape Town’s Disability Service, also referred to as the Office for Inclusivity & Change (OIC), provides advice and support to people with disabilities. The OIC’s mission is to:
- give academically deserving disabled people access to a fair and equal educational and work experience
- interact appropriately with students, staff, prospective students and visitors with disabilities
- remove any physical, policy, information and attitude barriers that might prevent students and staff from fulfilling their potential.
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. The Inyosi Supplier Development solution provides companies with access to a procurement portal. This portal specifically provides black owned companies with access to their target market.