The Imibala Trust is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 046-758) that works with South African school children affected by poverty and societal disadvantages. They assist these children through programmes that aim to make a difference in their lives as they prepare for their futures.

The Sponsor-a-Child programme is the flagship development programme aimed at providing children with the resources they need to continue their education, despite the effects of poverty. Imibala has an extensive network of donors that provide support for children around South Africa.

The Creative and Performing Arts Department is aimed at children who are not necessarily academically gifted but show a talent for all things creative - art, music, dance, drama and poetry. This encourages self-expression and skill-learning among children who may not have had the opportunity.

Imibala’s Learner Advancement Department provides academic and personal development opportunities to help address the needs of school children in the modern world.

The Imibala Trust would not be able to deliver on its services and commitments without the help of various dedicated volunteers. They provide a level of passion and energy powered by compassion to help children in need.

The Volunteer Wildfire Services (VWS) in the Cape area of South Africa is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to combating wildfires. Our trained volunteers play a crucial role in prevention, containment, and community education.

Through the Wildfire Response Program, we actively protect the environment and communities from the devastating impact of wildfires. Our community-focused approach includes outreach programs and workshops to build awareness and preparedness.

The VWS recognizes and values the commitment of its volunteers, who contribute selflessly to safeguard the Cape area's natural beauty and well-being. Without their passion and dedication, our mission would not be possible.