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A leading, dynamic organisation, professionally enhancing self-reliant communities

 

Get involved

With so many programmes dedicated to helping people in different ways, we appreciate all kinds of help, as well as financial support.

Whether you give your time, your skills, collect items like clothing, blankets and toys, donate paint or stationary, or simply use a CWD MyVillage card when you shop – your support is greatly appreciated and will make a difference. So go ahead – get involved!

Donate gifts in kind
Always needed are:

  • food items for community kitchens – beans, soya mix, samp, vegetables, meat, rice – as well as pots, stoves, plates and cutlery;
  • items for our creches – toys, books and puzzles, plastic chairs and tables, sleeping mats, blankets, crayons, paper and other stationery;
  • items for our old age homes – furniture, curtains, bed linen;
  • items to maintain our centres – desks, chairs, paint, gardening tools, seeds.

Volunteer
We appreciate volunteers, especially those who have special skills such as knowledge of sewing, vegetable gardening, music, art, dancing & sport to work with the youth. Please tel. our head office on 021 425-2095 or email info@cwd.org.za

Alternatively, you may want to join Abafazi Bebonke [Women Together].

Apply for a MyVillage card with CWD as the beneficiary
Using a MyVillage card every time you shop at Woolworth's, Pick 'n Pay, Hirsch's and many other participating stores is a simple and painless way to help raise funds to keep our programmes going.

To apply for your card, simply click here.

 

 

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Attention all Women/Abafazi bebonke -- why don't you form small fundraising groups in your parish, among your friends, your colleagues and workmates, and dedicate yourselves to raising funds for CWD programmes?

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