THE CAREL DU TOIT TRUST
The Carel du Toit Trust was established in 1988 to raise funds to financially support the Carel du Toit Centre and supplement government funding. As a non-profit organisation, the Trust relies on the generosity of publics and corporates to raise the funds necessary to enable the Centre to operate optimally and ensure sustainability for many more years of teaching hearing impaired children to speak. At the Centre, children’s fees are payable according to the family’s income and so there is an enormous need for donations and sponsorships for the Carel du Toit Centre to continue its effective work in teaching children with hearing Impairments to speak.
To be a reputable fundraiser impacting the lives of children with hearing impairments in Africa to reach their full potential and thrive, through enabling access to the Carel du Toit methodology of natural spoken language with audiological support.
FUNDRAISING NEEDS INCLUDE:
- Sponsorship of Learners’ School Fees
- Transport Costs – ensuring that learners are present daily to continue their speech-language acquisition.
- Aftercare Fees – a place of care and sustenance is especially important for those who need to stay at the Centre for long hours
- Hearing Aid Consumables
- Technological Repairs for Hearing Devices
- Therapy Costs – Audiology, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy
- School Maintenance Costs
- Stationery for classrooms and learners
We encourage you to please read through the Centre’s Wish List which includes a number of items of all sizes and sorts and perhaps you’ll find something that you are able to assist us with.
As a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 130003124), the Carel du Toit Trust is able to issue Section 18A tax certificates to South African citizens for the value of any donations of R100 or more as per SA government.
WE GET IT RIGHT
- B-BBEE CERTIFICATION – more than 75% beneficiaries are black as per codes of good practice
- Satellite Centres in East London and Bloemfontein
- Audited annual financial statement – PKF RademeyerWesson
- Registered with the Western Cape Government: Education
- Management: School Governing Body; Board of Trustees; School Management Team
Contact our offices to find out how you can impact the future of a hearing impaired child and help them reach their fullest potentials.
Beverley du Plooy
Resource Mobilizer & Partnership Manager
Tel: +27 21 933 4578