The Thamsanqa Foundation
The Thamsanqa.nl Foundation
Thamsanqa means happiness. It is the name of our foundation with which, together with the South-African Family Restoration Services (FRS), we aim to improve the happiness of children through our projects. Many children don’t have parents anymore, lived on the streets or have been abused. Despite all this, they all love to laugh and they are happy with little.
The goal of our foundation is to support the projects of the Family Restoration Services (FRS). We improve the living conditions of the children and young adults in the township Motherwell (Port Elizabeth in South Africa) through the financial support of, amongst others, Foster Homes and the aid of the volunteers with the various initiatives.
This is what we do
For the monthly costs of caring for and education of the children
Through fundraisers at schools, churches and the sponsorship of companies
To support the activities at the various projects
Thamsanqa.nl supports various important projects of the FRS such as the Thamsanqa Foster Homes, The Eyes of the Community project, Sport and Skill based trainings and two nurseries. Through financial support, fundraising and supplying volunteers Thamsanqa.nl strives to give children, both young and old, the opportunity for a better future.
Donate. This helps us monthly to contribute to the daily costs of the Foster Homes (food, water and electricity). One-off donations are spent in consultation on more sustainable purposes. Out of every donation, 95% is put towards the benefit of the projects of Thamsanqa.
Institution of Public Benefit (ANBI). It is possible for you to transfer your donation or sponsorship as a gift to the Thamsanqa.nl foundation. The foundation has been recognized by the Dutch tax authorities as an Institution of Public Benefit (ANBI).
Telephone nr.: +(31)613313112
Bank account number: NL88 INGB 0005 4449 86
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Bankrekeningnummer: NL88 INGB 0005 4449 86
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