Companies That Fund NGOs in South Africa

What are NGOs?

A non-governmental organization is an organization that generally is formed independently of the government.

They are typically nonprofit entities and many of them are active in humanitarianism or the social sciences; they can also include clubs and associations that provide services to their members and others. 

Companies That Fund NGOs in South Africa


World Vision International

How much do NGOs pay in South Africa?

The average NGO salary in South Africa is R 420 006 per year or R 215 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 216 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 5 055 000 per year.

What are some NGOs in South Africa?

Cape Refugee Centre. Cape Town, South Africa.

Global Action for Africa’s Development (GLAFAD) Pretoria, South Africa.

Rural Community Initiative. Johannesburg, South Africa.

3rd World. Cape Town, South Africa.

Academy For Future Science.

Action Aid, South Africa.

Action on Elder Abuse SA.

Active Learning Libraries – SA (ALL-SA)

Who funds NGOs in South Africa?

Government Funding.

International Aid and Donor Funding.

Corporate Social Investment (CSI)

Foundations and Trusts.

Public Donations and Fundraising.

Social Enterprise and Earned Income.