These forms need to be completed by anyone applying for a subsidy from the Department of Social Services and Poverty Alleviation for an Early Childhood Development facility.
Existing non-profit and non-government organisations can get development and support services from the government through the provincial Department of Social Development. Many of the non-profit organisations funded by the state to support the public are themselves in need of aid, particularly in terms of skills and capacity development.
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This guide assists non-profit organisations in the Cape Town region to identify potential funders.
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This is the list of all non-profit organisations in the Western Cape which are registered with the Department of Social Development. The list includes registration details, as well as basic information on each organisation.
Non-profit organisations (NPOs) are required to register in order to legally operate and become eligible to access government funds and assistance.
Religious institutions to apply for funding for safety promotion programmes for youth during the December 2018/2019 school holidays(Public Information)
The Department of Community Safety invites religious institutions (registered NPOs) to submit proposals for safety promotion programmes for youth living in high crime areas. The Department will support these activities at a rate of up to R60 per day per youth participant on condition that these activities run for at least 8 hours per programme day and at least one meal is provided for each participant every programme day.