Contribute to the Youngblood Foundation NPC

Youngblood Arts and Culture Development is hosting a Fundraiser event to aid the Kolisi Foundation in our common cause against Gender Based Violence.

The award winning, highly acclaimed artist, Laura Wenman, has donated her portrait of Siya Kolisi.
All proceeds will go to the Kolisi Foundation.

Portrait : Siya Kolisi by Laura Wenman
Size : 122 x 103 cm    Medium : oil on canvas

THE HIGHEST DONOR ABOVE R20 000 RECEIVES THE PAINTING.

You can ‘top up’ your donation at any stage before 10 December. 12pm C.A.T. The cause is at the core, no donation is too small.

Banking Details:
WILDERNESS FOUNDATION NPO
FNB PLATINUM BUSINESS ACCOUNT
Branch Code : 210554
Account Number : 62852119471
SWIFT CODE : FIRNZAJJ 

* The Kolisi Foundation is currently under incubation, in the care of the Wilderness Foundation Africa. As such the Kolisi Foundation relies on the financial and legal governance of Wilderness Foundation Africa.

Confirmed Donations

CC

Chris Christodoulou

R5,000.00 December 7, 2020
jw

jeanne watson

R250.00 December 1, 2020
C

Chante

R200.00 November 27, 2020
LL

Linda Lurie

R100.00 November 26, 2020
WM

Warren Manuel

R10.00 November 24, 2020

18A Tax Certificates

The Kolisi Foundation is able to issue donors with 18A Tax Certificates by means of the Wilderness Foundation. Kindly contact info@kolisifoundation.org before making a donation that requires a tax certificate. We are only able to issue the certificate for EFT donations and no other payment option.

identification/registration : number 009-437NPO

Benefits :
Exposure on the youngblood platforms, provide us with your Company name, Logo and website address. Receive a tax rebate. EFT only

ABOUT THE FOUNDATIONS :

Youngblood Foundation (NPC) and the Kolisi Foundation present this opportunity for you to be a part of impacting the nation.

Bringing change through arts and culture.

The Youngblood Foundation (NPC) is an arts & culture development, that is passionate about creating a platform for artists from all genres, to become self-sustainable and equipped to better our society through the arts.

The Kolisi Foundation was founded by Siya and Rachel Kolisi. The Kolisi Foundation has a vision to change narratives of inequality in South Africa. We want to work alongside others, adding our story to the stories of communities and individuals who are changing the world.

The Kolisi Foundation seeks to support people living in under-resourced communities in South Africa, by providing resources, facilitating capacity-building and horizontal learning exchanges, and mobilizing and advocating for systemic change.

The Kolisi Foundation carries out a variety of projects, including food security, initiatives focused on the youth by means of sport- and education development, and programmes against gender-based violence.

With the arrival and spread of COVID-19 in South Africa, the need among disadvantaged communities has intensified. As a result, the Kolisis fast-tracked the launch of the Kolisi Foundation to be able to use it as a platform to help the country during the pandemic.

“Remember the one – one by one. Just focus on the one heart, the one person and the one life that you are changing. To remember that counts. That is more important than anything else” – Rachel Kolisi.

Photographers : Joanne Markland (first row)   :   Black Bean Productions (second and third row )

See some of the excellent work being done by the Kolisi Foundation