Donate in Rands (ZAR) 

Please include your FIRST INITIAL, SURNAME and “DONATION” as your beneficiary reference

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Rondebosch 104809
Current Account
South African Education and Environment Project
Account Number 103 062 5166

Contributions are tax-deductible under Section 18A of the Income Tax Act,1962

Please email us your proof of payment and physical address if you would like a Section 18A Tax certificate 

Donate in Dollars (USD) 

To give via check, please mail your gift to

SAEP (USA)
c/o Alice Chambers
2116 Chesapeake Harbour Dr. #102
Annapolis, MD 21403
USA
(Tel: +1 (410) 626 1747)

SAEP (USA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation that raises funds to support SAEP’s work. It is a separate legal entity that shares SAEP’s educational goals.

Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Visit the SAEP USA website for more information: www.saep-usa.org

Donate online in any currency

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Note: All donations received online through GivenGain or PayPal will be subject to a processing fee, equal to a small percentage of your gift. To guarantee that 100% of your donation reaches SAEP, the best way to give is by EFT or mailing a check.

To request a tax certificate please email the SAEP USA treasurer at patrick@saep.org

 

Earn B-BBEE Points in Socio Economic Development (SED) 

In accordance with the Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice 2013, our donors can receive B-BBEE points for the Socio-Economic Development (SED) category.

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Angels funding ensures that we are able to offer social work support across all programmes, support beneficiaries in times of extra need, monitor and evaluate the real impact of our work and report on it accordingly and continue to run an effective organization, supporting the ongoing and changing needs of our beneficiaries.

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