How you can help make a difference.
"Faith Without Works Is Dead"
Donate preloved items
We would love to receive your pre-loved items if they are in reasonable condition. We distribute items families would typically need following disasters such as:- Blankets; bed linen; pots; pans; cutlery; mattresses; dishes; plastic containers; clothes (adult & children); school uniforms.
If you would like to give your time or indeed your skills to help Caritas Cape Town or one of the local parish initiatives we would love to hear from you.
Making a financial donation to Caritas Cape Town, either a once off or a monthly contribution, helps us to support parishes in setting up programs and projects for the vulnerable and disadvantaged in their communities and towards our disaster relief initiatives.
Donate a legacy
A Will is a way to provide financial security or a gift for your family and loved ones after your death. You may however also wish to leave a donation for those less fortunate and in so doing consider a charitable bequest to Caritas Cape Town. This donation will continue your legacy by helping disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in the years to come.
Caritas Cape Town is a registered public benefit organisation (PBO 930074278 ). It has been approved for purposes of section 18A(1)(a) of the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962 meaning that donations to the organisation will be tax deductible in the hands of the donor in terms of and subject to the limitations prescribed in section 18A of that Act.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 069 1264841
Our Bank Details:
Thibault Square branch
Account name: Caritas Cape Town
Account number: 270960759
Branch code: 051001
Swift code: SBZA ZA JJ
If you are unsure about anything here please contact our coordinator Aisling Foley who will be happy to make you comfortable in your giving.
If Aisling does not answer she is probably in the field working. Please leave a clear message and return contact number and she will return your call.
Who is Aisling?
Aisling is an Irish qualified attorney. She has worked as a project manager in the NGO and social development field in South Africa for the last 13 years in areas such as mental health, special needs education and youth development. She is passionate about working in communities and engaging across different cultures with the aim of helping people to grow and reach their God-given potential.