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“Education is the key to the future of South Africa and its people. Every contribution to improving education whether large or small has the potential to transform students' lives.  That is why I am delighted to be the Patron of Edu Fun”. 
 - Lord Joel Joffe (1932-2017)

GlobalGiving and 2018 Holiday Programme Recap

We are excited to announce that Edu Fun has gained entry into the GlobalGiving marketplace and is now a recognized partner of GlobalGiving, the first and largest global crowdfunding community that connects nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly every country around the world.  GlobalGiving is a registered nonprofit charity in the United States and England and Wales. Donations made by eligible donors in the United States can be claimed as tax deductible contributions on United States tax returns. Donations made by eligible donors in the United Kingdom can claim Gift Aid (an extra 25% added to eligible donations by the UK Government) when they donate in GB. To donate to Edu Fun online click here.

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For donors who prefer not to donate online, our banking details are below:
Bank: FNB
Branch: Randburg  
Branch Code:  254005  
Account Name:  Edu Fun  
Account Number:  62242345438

When making a donation, please indicate a reference if you'd like your donation to be used toward a particular activity or programme. 

Donated funds are used to cover costs incurred to print lesson materials, purchase school supplies, provide health checks and pay for resulting medical expenses such as eyeglasses. Edu Fun also uses donated funds to pay for various social activities, such as our annual trip to the Joburg Zoo for grade 3 learners, an annual Holiday Party for both grades 2 and 3 and an annual Holiday Reading, Art and Sport programme for select students from grades 2 and 3. We also have a further education programme (FEP) which assists varsity students from Diepsloot with living and educational expenses while pursuing further education.

It costs ZAR500 per child, per school year to provide all Edu Fun learning materials, printing, the trip to the zoo, Easter gift, Christmas party and holiday gift. To select and sponsor a child or multiple children in grade 3 for the year, click here.  We will update sponsors on the child's progress throughout the year. 

Edu Fun is an official South African NPO (registered number 069-772-NPO). We are also registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 930036948) and can issue tax deductible receipts. The Edu Fun annual financial statements are generously audited by Mastermind Business Support Services.

Corporate sponsors can score maximum B-BBEE points when making a charitable donation to Edu Fun. Edu Fun is the ideal partner for companies wishing to invest to improve literacy and education for students in one of the neediest communities in South Africa.

We gratefully accept in-kind donations. Donations of the following gently used or new items are welcome:
Clothing, bedding and towels for DCS graduates attending University. Books for the school library (must be age appropriate, sorry no encyclopedias please.) Pencils, erasers/rubbers, glue scissors, stationery and computer equipment.


Spread a Little Love on Monday Mornings!

On Monday mornings during term time, you can also help ‘spread a little love’ by donating food for the children of Diepsloot Combined School by making peanut butter sandwiches or donating bags of fresh fruit. These donations provide a filling start to the week, on average, for more than 300 of the 1,400 students attending the school. But we could always do with more, which is why you can also help by spreading the word and donating sandwiches, fruit or supplies!


The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. supply over 200 sandwiches and more than 100 apples on any given week and we welcome others to supplement their efforts!  If you’d like to add your name to the list of sandwich volunteers, please contact Jenny on 082 322 0608 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click here for more information about the Spread a Little Love programme