Sports Development and Player Welfare
South African Rugby Legends Association
Founded in 2001, the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) is a registered non-profit organisation with two complimentary objectives: Developing rugby at the grassroots level and supporting the needs and interests of Legends.
Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation
The Foundation supports children on an international scale, with water safety programmes that will very soon be implemented in different countries in the field to fight against drowning which has far too many victims each year.
Poverty Reduction and Humanitarianism
In the Spirit of Giving
Richmark Holdings has supported the Leratong Orphanage for the past 3 years and this year was no exception, where stationery packs were handed out to the children as well as food parcels.
In light of the season of giving, Richmark sponsors these goodies in lieu of year end gifts for clients and partners and ecards are sent out to that effect.
We wish all our clients, partners and friends a wonderful Christmas and everything of the best for 2017.
Joint Aid Management
Through partnerships with various organisations and donors, JAM SA feeds over 84 000 children every school day. As part of measuring our impact and ensuring we continue to remain effective, as of January 2014, JAM SA introduced nutritional assessments to measure the impact of our programmes.
Leratong Joy for One Orphanage
The centre cares for neglected, orphaned, abandoned, and abused children, many of whom are HIV+.
Selwyn Segal Society for the Jewish Handicapped
The Society for the Jewish Handicapped has proved what can be achieved in this field,
recognizing the fact that even though it could do nothing to prevent the birth of an imperfect child, it most certainly could create an establishment that was a sanctuary of love and a haven of hope for the less fortunate.
Telephone: +27 11 483 7530
Seeds of Africa
Seeds of Africa is a social upliftment programme that drives entrepreneurial activity in the Muldersdrift/ Lanseria regions of Johannesburg registered as an NPO. Situated in the Ngwenya Glass Village, the skills development centre serves to grow and build the micro-economy in the area through the incubation of small black-owned enterprises. With a strong focus on enterprise development and early childhood development, the holistic upliftment of the community is at the forefront of the Seeds of Africa initiative.
Telephone: +27 011 796 3005
Medical Research, Treatment and Awareness
Life Saving South Africa
Lifesaving in South Africa started in 1911 when Sir William Henry, then Secretary of the Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) with Headquarters in London, visited all the Commonwealth countries and established branches of the Royal Life Saving Society.
Telephone: 031 312 9251
Kirsty Watts Foundation
The Kirsty Watts Foundation was initiated by Kirsty Watts, aged 14 at the time, during her treatment and recovery from a malignant brain tumor. Kirsty believes in ‘kids helping kids’ and felt that since she was fortunate to receive incredible support and medical care, she would like to assist children less fortunate than herself.
The J9 Foundation was formed by the rugby legend, Joost van der Westhuizen in aid of those suffering from the same form of fatal illness that he was diagnosed with early 2011, Motor Neuron Disease.
Joost has created a platform through this foundation to allow people, companies and friends to support the quality of life programs available within this organization.