Community Service Internship

Interested in an Internship? Join our SAVE Foundation Intern Program! As our organisation grows, so does our SAVE family. If you are a hard working, compassionate individual then our program could be right for you! Our non-profit organisation includes a wide array of programs that need the assistance of willing and dedicated interns.   The Internship […]

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Hands & Books explained

For our wildlife projects, we use hand and book icons to indicate the educational level of the project and the amount of animal interaction volunteers can expect. Animal interaction The animal interaction on our project ranges from no interaction (one hand) to full interaction with the animals (five hands) Educational level The educational levels of […]

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A life of a child in poverty

Living a life in poverty is not always what we imagine. We read about it, drive past it, see it on social media and television but until you have spent time in the heart of it, the reality is far from the pictures. If one is used to a certain lifestyle; if a warm bed, […]

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New requirements when travelling with children to South Africa

We would like to inform you all on the new requirements when travelling with children to, from or transferring through South Africa. From the 1st June 2015 (affecting all flights arriving or departing South Africa from 1st June), the Immigration department in South Africa is changing the requirements for all children under 18 years of age […]

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SAVE Statistics 2014

Check out SAVE’s statistics for 2014

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Building and Teaching at the Uganda Project

SAVE Builders The core of each SAVE project is the building work that we undertake in the village. This is the most tangible contribution that we make to the host community, and forms a focus for the group. We try to plan projects such that there are a range of activities for volunteers to get […]

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Sunshine Educare

Sunshine Educare started in 2012 in one of the shacks (makeshift dwellings) in Skandaalkamp. There was no safe place for children during the day whilst parents were out and no access to an educational facility prior to the age of 6 years old. This meant that children as young as 2 were left to care for themselves and older children were […]

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Skandaalkamp

Skandaalkamp is a “bush settlement” situated on the Frankdale waste disposal site just outside of Tableview, Cape Town. There are 249 households ranging from single adults to families with several children. 80% of adults are unemployed and most rely on either recycling scrap metal and glass as an income or chopping wood in the bush to sell […]

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News for June to August 2013

Download our newsletter for the news between June and August 2013.  

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