Nominated Beneficiaries for 2023

The Cableway Charity Challenge was started to help those in dire need of education support in Cape Town. Since then the event has supported a number of non-profit organisations from various fields including environmental, educational, health, sports and leadership initiatives.

Each year, the first 10% of proceeds is allocated to Wilderness Search and Rescue (WSAR) who generously assist us with emergency services, not only on challenge day but on a voluntary basis to the public thought out the year.  We are pleased to be able to support this incredible organisation.

The balance of the funds raised will be split equally between the other chosen and vetted beneficiaries.  In 2023 these are: Abalimi Bezekhaya, Funda Kunye and Mother City Kitchen.

To date the event has raised over R10m for our beneficiaries. We hope to add another R1m to that tally with the 2023 event!



OUR GOAL R1 000 000

2023 Beneficiaries:

  • Abalimi Bezekhaya (meaning farmers of the home in isiXhosa) is a non-profit urban-farming organization, established in 1982, that supports individuals and groups from disadvantaged communities in Cape Town through providing facilitation and training on organic food production for nutrition, health, food security and income

  • Funda Kunye aims to promote the holistic development and education of vulnerable, young babies and children in the Imizamo Yethu and Hangberg areas of Hout Bay.   Our goal is to equip caregivers with the necessary Early Childhood Development

  • Mother City Kitchen (MCK) supports non-profit organisations in specific impoverished community groups throughout Cape Town, by donating mass produced nutritious soup and other meals. MCK produce large amounts of soup, at a low cost per unit due to

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