Where Do The Funds Go?


The Dads´ Charity Challenge is a registered non-profit organisation, and BEE Certified Level 4.

The monies raised will be divided primarily between our chosen charities, plus we have created our own various Bursary Schemes / Scholarships / Outreach programmes for needy children.

We are also involved in a number of other initiatives, such as supporting The Maloney´s Eye Rural Primary School, St. Anne´s Home in KZN, which relies purely on donations for all its needs, and supports 45 young girls aged between 6 and 14, all of whom come from impoverished backgrounds.

We support a number of school children with the full payment of their school fees in their primary school years. Most of these children are not even aware as to where the funds come from.

Children with life-threatening kidney disease often experience great difficulty in living normal lives due to the tremendous impact that their illness has on them and their families. The Kidney Beanz Trust was established to provide comprehensive support services to these children and their families.


The Gauteng Down Syndrome Association, established in 1980, is run by parents of Down Syndrome children on a voluntary basis. The DSAG explores ways of improving the lives of those with Down Syndrome and runs numerous outreach programmes for young families with Down Syndrome children.


The CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation is a country wide voluntary organisation bringing together the parents of children who suffer from all varieties of cancer or life threatening blood disorders.


The Fulton School for the Deaf is one of the very few schools catering for children with hearing disabilities in the Province of Kwa Zulu-Natal. Due to the lack of funding and government curtailment, the school finds itself having to lean heavily on outside assistance.


Kids Haven opened in 1992 to serve the homeless (street) children and children in crisis in the Ekurhuleni region, South Africa. Everything they do is focused on protecting these children and giving them a future through the three main pillars of care, viz. (i) pre-care, (ii) in-care, and (iii) after-care


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