Black Sash is currently running an Individual Giving Campaign, encouraging monthly donations via debit order. These small amounts go a long way to help us carry out our mission and our programmes.
We are hoping to raise R200 000 through recruiting 200 Friends of the Sash who will each commit to donate R100 per month.
You too can join a growing group of individuals who care about making Human Rights Real!
Leaving behind a legacy ensures long term sustainability for charitable organisations.
Although your family and loved ones are priorities in your will, you may also want to consider Black Sash as an organisation that is meaningful to you and worthy of a place in your will.
By leaving a legacy behind, you can keep your values and passion alive for years to come.
Monthly gifts are a significant source of sustainable income for Black Sash. You may advise which one of our 3 core programmes you would like your donation to go towards:
Programme 1: Advocacy in Partnership – CBOs, partner organisations and networks are more able to conduct effective advocacy to realise human rights, particularly social and economic rights. The Hands Off Our Grants Project is located within this programme.
Programme 2: Community Monitoring – Members and leaders of community organisations have improved skills and effectiveness in monitoring the realisation of human rights, particularly social and economic rights.
Programme 3: Rights-based Information, Education and Training – Members and leaders of community organisations are better informed about human rights, particularly social and economic rights.
Should you wish to make a monthly debit order please follow one of the steps below:
All donations made to the Black Sash Trust are exempt from donations tax and qualify for deductions from taxable income in accordance with the Income Tax Act (58 of 1962). To read more about PBO and Section 18A criteria, check the SARS website.
If you make a donation you will receive a Section 18A tax certificate enabling you to claim a deduction from personal or corporate taxable income.