Without the support of our partners, we wouldn't been able to provide bridging education for refugee and migrant children who cannot access state schooling in Johannesburg


We would like to thank all of our partners for the support that they have been showing us over the years. We receive funds from international and local donors, both once-off donations and recurring contributions, which help us finance our activities throughout the year. Our donors vary from foundations to faith-based organisations, public and private institutions, and private donors.


Anonymous Dutch Funder, Netherlands

Supporting the project since 2008

The areas in which they work are: climate, society, education and faith. They strive to build a world that is just and sustainable for everyone.

Misereor, Germany

Supporting the project since 2013

MISEREOR supports the weakest members of society: the poor, the sick, the hungry and the disadvantaged. It is of no importance whether those in need of help are men or women, what religious beliefs they hold or where they come from.

Misean Cara, Ireland

Supporting the project since 2015

Misean Cara is an international and Irish faith-based missionary movement working with some of the most marginalised and vulnerable communities in developing countries. 

They are working to realise their human rights through delivery of basic services in the areas of education, health, livelihoods and income generation, as well as advocacy, networking and community mobilisation. Their movement is made up of 89 member organisations working in over 50 countries.

Fondazione Marista per la Solidarietà Internazionale (FMSI), Italy

Supporting the project since 2016

FMSI was established with a specific purpose: To make the world a better place for children and young people.

They work with their partners to develop the potential of children through quality education and solidarity projects.

The Breadsticks Foundation, United Kingdom

Supporting the project since 2016

The Breadsticks Foundation helps enable the provision of quality healthcare and education to marginalised and vulnerable people. They do this by providing grants to charities that attempt to remove barriers to well-being and give support to those trying to achieve their potential. The trustees have a particular interest in enabling good mental health and supporting young people.

Terre des hommes Deutschland

Supporting the project since 2018

In South Africa, TDH supports projects that aim to empower children and youth from previously disadvantaged areas mainly through education-related support and activities that build their coping mechanisms in a challenging environment. 

Partnerships with local NGOs include Early Childhood Development, literacy and after-school programmes. 

HCI Foundation, South Africa

Supporting the project since 2015

HCI Foundation is the corporate social investment arm of HCI. Their primary concern is the upliftment of all people in South Africa so that all may share in an improved quality of life.

They aim to bring about change and make a sustainable impact in underdeveloped and underprivileged communities through interactive partnerships with other stakeholders.

Jell Foundation, South Africa

Supporting the project since 2016

The OPPENHEIMER family is deeply committed to education in South Africa and believes that every South African should have access to high standards of education at all levels.

Caring Women's Forum, South Africa

Supporting the project since 2016

The Caring Women’s Forum is a Non Profit Organization that was founded by like minded individuals in 1995. 

The organisation has grown over the years as a strong foundation that assists individuals, families and other organisations, both locally and internationally, to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy.

Johannesburg Stock Exchange, South Africa

Supporting the project since 2015

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (“JSE”) offers secure, efficient primary and secondary capital markets across a diverse range of securities, supported by their post-trade and regulatory services.

Salesians Of Don Bosco Ireland

Supporting the project since 2019

Salesians Ireland is this country’s Province of the international religious order known as the Salesian Society of Don Bosco. They represent a broad range of initiatives in schools, parishes, chaplaincies, community outreach and care homes, and are involved in youth ministry, spiritual direction, retreat work, university work and international missionary work.

Wherever they go in the world, and no matter the lives they touch, their mission and goal is the same: to be a friend to all young people, and to God.


Maitri Trust, United Kingdom

Supporting the project since 2020

The focus of the trust is to improve the quality of education primarily in India, South Africa and Mexico.

Their remit today is based on the belief that high quality education for every child is the keystone to eradicating poverty and creating fairer and more socially responsible societies.

We are also very grateful to the Harris Mathews Charitable Foundation, the Kennedy Hanly Foundation, Marist Brothers USA and Maristen Solidarität International for their continued support of the project.