TD Foundation NPO

TD Foundation, is an organisation with its roots on the concept of “ukuDlulisa” – translated “pass it on”. This movement aims to use the inherent African ethic of “Ubuntu” – translated “giving” to making normal citizens to start their philanthropy with the little to nothing that they have. It promotes caring communities, as we are whispering to ordinary people to look for that object, piece of clothing, book, toy, blanket, perishables (food) that they can do without, saying to them “dlulisa” – pass it on, as that becomes a life saver to your neighbour.


It teaches us not to wait and think only the wealthy or foreign NGO’s will solve our social ills, but everyone can make that difference to that one person. The TD Foundation NPO creates an enabling environment for communities to get this done, through infrastructure, administration, events, access to corporates, social partners, etc.

The dream is to have “dlulisa” as a brand or oath with which Africans live by.

African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO
African Men Care NPO

African Men Care NPO

Why AMC? “To be young, gifted, free without opportunity is a devils gift. The failure to grant that opportunity is a crime”. AMC exists to create opportunities for highly gifted, yet disadvantaged youth.

Why there is a need for AMC?

  1. Young men disrespect women
  2. Absent fathers
  3. Negative role models
  4. School drop outs
  5. Unemployable black youth
  6. Emasculated men
  7. Idle minds, boredom, no sport facilities
  8. Disempowered young girls
  9. Poor quality education
  10. Lost hope, small dreams
  11. Race Inferiority Complex – low self esteem
  12. 1000m behind without a head start

What we hope for

  1. To restore the dignity, pride and self-worth of African men and women
  2. To enable the ypung, free and gifted to become agents of social change
  3. To enable gifted and free youth to break the cycle of poverty

Sibusiso Zuma Foundation NPO

After over two decades of gracing the world with his magical athletic ability synonymous of the “African Puma”, Sibusiso Zuma, a living legend to FC Copenhagen, Orlando Pirates, Arminia Bielefeld, FC Nordsjaelland, Mamelodi Sundowns, Vasco Da Gama, Supersport United, African Wanderers and Bafana Bafana (60 caps) fans, was ready to realize his lifelong dream.

He was enrolled into the FC Copenhagen Hall of Fame on the 1st May 2016 after having been immortalized by the club with a statue of himself erected at the club Stadium Parken in Denmark. In 2001 Sibusiso Zuma was shortlisted for the 2001 FIFA World Player of the year finishing at number 33 in the final results.

Having seen what the world has to offer the youth compared to where he grew up, his dreams has been to build world class sports complexes across South Africa, creating an enabling environment for the youth from previously disadvantaged communities to reach for their dreams.

The foundation also partners will multiple “friends” that assist in making sure that all lives touched are forever inspired.

Zuma Foundation
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sz Foundation
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Thabo September Foundation NPO

Thabo September Foundation NPO

Thabo September Foundation Mission:

  • To put South Africa and the Garden Route on the map in terms of Community Outreach Programmes
  • To provide opportunities for youngsters in all sports codes.
  • To educate people about the importance of life skills and survival.

Aims and Objectives

  • To run a competitive annual junior soccer tournament for the Southern Cape
  • To attract professional footballers and coaches to come and do coaching clinics and motivate the youngsters to pursue their dreams.
  • To provide life skills coaching
  • Create stronger relationships with other stakeholders like government, NGO’s, CBO’s , schools, the private sector etc
  • Lay foundation for the establishment of a Football School of Excellence for the Southern Cape.
  • To run a social upliftment programmes that will benefit young needy children from all communities.
  • Reawakens a moral integrity and spirituality that embraces respect for all.
  • Inspires, enlightens and enables people living with HIV/AIDS to live more positively.

Principles and Values

  • Integrity
  • Service Excellence
  • Respect for all human kind
  • Total commitment to social upliftment programmes
  • Equip unemployed youth with skills

Social Responsibility

Thabo September Foundation is committed to:

  • Empowerment
  • Skills development
  • Gender equality
  • Local employment
  • Youth development
  • Social involvement and responsibility
  • Collaboration with HIV/AIDS groups