Our Beneficiaries

The Cableway Charity Challenge was started to help those in dire need of education support in Cape Town. To date the event has raised more than R9M in pledges for various needy causes. All the money raised this far has been handed over to the nominated charities with 10% going to WSAR.

  • Nature Connect has grown from its environmental education roots, re-branding from Cape Town Environmental Education Trust in 2021, but without losing its focus which remains: Changing Lives through Nature. Operating across the spectrum, from crèche to career, they continue to invest in people by creating multiple touch-points that present, and nurture, connection with nature and each other, dreaming that every child can enjoy an outdoor camping experience and that every adult can  care for themselves, others, and the world we share. They are working hard to unlock innovative mechanisms, including financial approaches, to address challenges associated with biodiversity loss. These

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  • Home from Home has been providing family-style foster homes to orphaned and abandoned children since 2005. Their 36 homes are run by dedicated foster mothers who ensure that the vulnerable children in their care receive a second chance at a happy childhood. These comfortable and safe homes are situated in 16 different communities across the Western Cape.

    Home from Home is delighted to have been chosen as a beneficiary once again this year. Due to the effects of the pandemic and the tough economic climate over the past two years, a few significant loyal donors were forced to reduce

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  • No child should live on their own, on the street! Girls who forced to do so are in need of protection and nourishing. Ons Plek, meaning a place for us, was the name given by the delighted, previously invisible, girl street children when Ons Plek Shelter opened for them in 1988. Later, Siviwe Children’s Home, meaning God has heard us, opened for girls needing a second phase of treatment. Both provide intensive counselling, education and love.

    Last year’s CCC funds paid for the Ons Plek children to attend school and receive extra homework help. This year, they are in need of funding for uniforms,

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