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Why we need your support

Hanna Charity and Empowerment Foundation relies solely on the generosity of individuals and organizations to fund our projects. We receive no government funding or social grants. With a commitment to uplifting communities, we work tirelessly across 13 different areas, benefiting around 6000 people daily. Our projects require significant financial resources to sustain, and your support is crucial in helping us maintain our commitment to these communities.

Funding our Little House ECD Schools

Our six fully operational Little Houses bear substantial running costs, including teacher and staff salaries, three meals a day, and essential supplies like toiletries, stationery, and workbooks. These costs are considerable per school, emphasizing the financial commitment required to sustain them. It’s crucial to note that we receive no financial assistance from the government, relying solely on donations in both food and financial contributions to maintain our schools and projects.

Maintenance Throughout All Our Projects

One of the critical needs at Hanna Charity and Empowerment Foundation is ongoing support for maintaining our projects. Similar to any business, school, or household, regular upkeep is crucial for their sustained operation. Many of our facilities, including Little House schools, libraries, soup kitchens, and clothing banks, are housed in wendy houses, which require consistent maintenance and upgrades, something we struggle to keep up with.

While we prioritize essentials like food, neglecting maintenance could jeopardize the continuity of our projects. We appeal to companies, individuals, or small businesses to assist us in addressing this significant need. Whether through physical assistance, financial contributions, or a combination of both, any support is greatly appreciated.

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Hanna Charity and Empowerment Foundation obtained registration with the Department of Social Development in 2008, establishing itself as a non-profit organization (NPO). The foundation has also received approval from the South African Revenue Service (SARS) as a Public Benefit Organization (PBO) in accordance with section 18A(1)(a) of the Act. Donations made to the organization are eligible for tax deductions in the hands of donors, subject to the limitations outlined in section 18A of the Act. Additionally, donations to or from the organization are exempt from donations tax as per section 56(1)(h) of the Act.

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