The Solidarity Response Fund has been established to facilitate donations from South African businesses, organisations, individuals and members of the international community.

OVERVIEW

The Fund aims to:

  • Prevent the spread of the disease by supporting measures that will lower infection rates
  • Detect and understand the magnitude of the disease
  • Care for those in hospital or medical care
  • Support those whose lives have been disrupted by the pandemic.

The Fund will be administered by a reputable team drawn from financial institutions, accounting firms and government and will have a board comprised of eminent South Africans.

To ensure proper governance, every cent contributed will be accounted for and published on The Fund website.

To make a donation

To make a donation to The Fund log on to:  www.solidarityfund.co.za

For organisations wishing to make any offers of non-cash donations:

A donor consultant will be in touch with you once your form has been processed.

For any queries related to non-cash donations contact 0860 001 001

WHERE CAN I
FIND SUPPORT?

For any general information on the Solidarity Fund:
info@solidarityfund.co.za

For individual donation queries:
individual@solidarityfund.co.za

For corporate donation queries:
corporate@solidarityfund.co.za

For foundation donation queries:
foundation@solidarityfund.co.za

Telephone number:
0860 001 001

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