Child Welfare Tshwane depends on the community for support and therefore we accept all donations. This includes slightly used clothing, housewares, toys or furniture. We distribute the items between our beneficiaries and what we can’t use will be sold in our Charity Shop. Your support enables us to care for many families and thousands of children each year. Child Welfare Tshwane welcomes any donations including clothing, furniture, and consumables.

For a detailed list of our needs, please click here.


Cash donations are also welcome. Donations above R250 qualifies for an A-18 Tax Certificate. Donations can be made directly into our bank account:

Child Welfare Tshwane
FNB Brooklyn
Acc nr: 62457249392
Ref: your name & surname

If you need a Tax Certificate, please email proof of any donation to, together with your company name, postal address & telephone number. It can also be issued to private entities, in which case we will still need your postal address as listed with SARS.

For more information or any questions:


Child Welfare Tshwane focuses on ensuring that both our BENEFICIARIES and our STAKEHOLDER support networks are informed of the services we provide. Given the economic challenges, particularly in the communities we serve, the need for our fundraising efforts are increasingly prominent. Our fundraising and marketing efforts are focused on identifying strategic partnerships that guide sustainable funding solutions, thereby affording our staff the opportunity to continue delivering uninterrupted social services to our communities.
HOSTING EVENTS is one of the most powerful ways for the Child Welfare Tshwane team to ENGAGE with all our stakeholders, partners, friends and communities. We have the following events planned for 2017:

  • Load Shedding Golf Day
  • Titans Ball
  • Fundraising Concert
  • Patron’s High Tea
  • Shebeen Tour to Atteridgeville

  • Please continue to keep an eye on our events calendar throughout the year to find an event that suits your preferences, ultimately keeping the children in our communities safe!