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    The Anna Foundation is a non-profit charity organisation and a registered Public Benefit Organisation according to Section 18A of the Income Tax Act. This means that all financial donations, including goods in kind, are tax exempt for South African donors. We can issue you with a Section 18A donation receipt which you can use for tax purposes, when you make a donation.


We can issue you with a Section 18A donation receipt which you can use for tax purposes, when you make a donation.


It doesn’t matter what you’re up to – you can raise money (and awareness) for the Anna Foundation by the challenge you’re undertaking.


If you would like to volunteer at one of our after-school projects and assist with the education or sports aspect of our 3 R’s Programme, click here.

Education, Sports and Life Development for underprivileged children in South Africa

The primary objective of the organisation is to address the educational and social needs of rural children and to offer these children life-long learning in order to build positive self-worth and self-respect. We reach this objective by means of our 3 R’s Programme: Reading, Running and Righting.

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