Trusts and Foundations

In 2014, in the region of 40% of our income through was donated by trusts and foundations. Since our inception in 2004, donations from grant giving bodies have helped us to develop our work in South Africa.

As we look to replicate and scale our programme we are increasingly seeking out partnerships with grant makers that can help us to reach further across South Africa and potentially beyond. We value developing partnerships with likeminded organisations and are keen to hear from any grant makers who would like to hear more about our work.

We are grateful to the following partners for their support:

JAKAMaR Trust 

JAKAMaR Trust has been our major supporter since our inception in 2004. Their support has funded the core of our operation in South Africa as well as funding our paediatric programme in Eastern Cape and KwaZulu Natal.

 

nuffield-foundation-logoNuffield Foundation

With the support of The Nuffield Foundation we were able to support the implementation of the Department of Health’s down-referral plan from hospitals to Primary Health Clinics (PHCs) in the Dr. Kenneth Kaunda District (DKK) of the Northwest Province (NWP). This district has the highest HIV prevalence in the province. To read a case study of this project click here.

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The Mercury Phoenix Trust

The Mercury Phoenix Trust started funding us in 2016 and are supporting our ‘Our Youth, Our Future’ project in eThekwini 

 

Potter Foundation logo (3)The David and Elaine Potter Foundation

The David and Elaine Potter Foundation are new funders for 2016 and are funding the overall organisation, supporting our vision to ensure children and young people living with HIV receive the care they need to live long and healthy lives.

The Victor Daitz Foundation and World Relief Australia

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Since 2004, the Victor Daitz Foundation and World Relief Australia has generously supported our paediatric and adolescent programmes across KwaZulu-Natal Province.

Aaron Beare Foundation

Aaron Beare Foundation has supported our work in KwaZulu-Natal for many years.

About Us

Children and adolescents living with HIV receive the care they need to live long and healthy lives. We work with healthcare professionals to support and equip them with the skills they need to provide long term care for children and adolescents living with HIV.

what we do

The focus of our work is to equip healthcare professionals with the skills they need to provide long term care for children and adolescents living with HIV. To do this, our multi-disciplinary teams of Doctors, Nurses, Dieticians, Pharmacists, Psychologists, Counsellors and Youth Facilitators, work…