For 10 years we were able to provide free education. Increasing budget pressure has forced us to collect a contribution of ZAR 4 - ZAR 10/day (EUR 0.2-0.50) for each learner. This inevitably disadvantages some households. Please help us to reduce this amount through your donation.
Donate to support young people:
South Africa - 100% of our beneficiaries are black. More than 50% are female. We are B-BBEE level 1 supplier and donations to us are tax deductible under Section 18A.
Account holder: ICD – Ithuba Community Developments
Bank: First National Bank
Branch code: 252605
Account no. 62256936512
For enquiries please contact: Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org
+27 (0) 786137702
Ithuba Community Developments
PO Box 66
Austria – We fulfil the requirements for the legal donation beneficiary. Therefore, the Austrian tax authority 1/23, k177/10 issued the certificate of donation beneficiary with legal validity from September 10th, 2010. Number: SO 1569
Account holder: S2Arch - Social and Sustainable Architecture
Bank: ERSTE Bank
Account no. 283-472-729/00
IBAN: AT91 2011 1283 4727 2900
For tax deductibility, we are legally obligated to report name and date of birth of our donors to the fiscal authorities. We recommend you state your date of birth on the bank remittance as follows: 'dd.mm.yyyy, donation.'
We are a leading provider of entrepreneurship education and skills training programmes from primary school to post-school level.
Ithuba’s mission is to develop and provide quality school education, skills and entrepreneurship education programmes for disadvantaged youth. We achieve this in dialogue with local communities through and at our two schools, skills and community centres based on international experience – at the Ithuba Community Colleges.
70% of young people in South Africa are unemployed. This is not their failure but a result of historically shaped inequality which manifests itself in under-resourced schools and limited access to a quality vocational training (TVET) or higher education.
While quality education alone does not allow young people to move out of poverty it gives them a higher chance to better their own and their families lives. We seek to enable young people to expand their freedoms through quality education. By sharing our approach and our programmes with the South African public education system and well as non-profit education providers we support the development of quality education on a national level.
Ithuba Community Colleges are located in Katlehong (Gauteng) and Mzamba/Alfred Nzo (Eastern Cape). Our programmes are developed in partnership with experts of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research and combine local and international experience.
100% of our beneficiaries are black. More than 50% are female. We are B-BBEE level 1 supplier and donations to us are tax deductible under Section 18A.