• South Africa - Skills Development Project
    South Africa - Skills Development Project
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  • South Africa - Adventure Surf Club Project
    South Africa - Adventure Surf Club Project
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  • Malawi Child Care
    Malawi Child Care
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  • Ghana - Sports Development Project
    Ghana - Sports Development Project
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  • Tanzania - Community & Livelihood Project
    Tanzania - Community & Livelihood Project
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  • South Africa - Marine Conservation Project
    South Africa - Marine Conservation Project
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  • South Africa - Skills Development Project
  • South Africa - Adventure Surf Club Project
  • Malawi Child Care
  • Ghana - Sports Development Project
  • Tanzania - Community & Livelihood Project
  • South Africa - Marine Conservation Project

About Us

SAVE Foundation is a registered and 18A tax-exempt, non-­profit organisation (NPO) that assists communities in Africa. Our work involves setting up and facilitating sustainable community and conservation development projects in South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and Kenya as well as assisting other non-­profit organisations that are actively involved in the local communities.

Volunteers pay a fee that covers the costs of their stay such as accommodation, transport and meals as well as a donation that assists to finance the projects. In return, volunteers get to experience African culture, see our beautiful countries, learn some new skills and make a difference to those in need. As well as making many new friends, the memories made are sure to last a lifetime!

Our volunteer packages include teaching children to (kite) surf and swim, building schools and homes, assisting at local schools, teaching business skills to adults, working with sharks, cheetahs and other wild animals.

Every little bit helps and one can come and volunteer for anything from two weeks to two years!

Where are our projects?

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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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