Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR)

The Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR) was founded as a Non-Profit Organization in 1997. FARR focusses on research pertaining to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and related issues. Research findings are published in peer reviewed national and international journals. On all FARR’s project sites in South Africa the NPO offers extensive awareness and prevention programmes to facilitate FASD prevention, promote alcohol harm reduction and to support community development. For more info, visit their website: https://www.farrsa.org.za

HDI Youth

HDI Youth Marketeers helps brands and organizations make meaningful, magical and memorable differences in the lives and fortunes of youth and families.

Youth, for them, includes kids, teens and young adults. In Africa, there are over half a billion youth of that age. Their business aims to understand them. They work really hard to connect brands to that market for the mutual benefit of both. For more info, visit their website: https://www.hdiyouth.com

HSRC

The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) was established in 1968 as a statutory research council mandated to undertake and promote research in the human and social sciences. Its mandate and objectives are outlined in the Human Sciences Research Council Act, Act No. 17 of 2008. It recognised as a juristic person (legal entity), and is governed by a Board whose members are selected on basis of relevant expertise and experience, and appointed in accordance with the requirements of Act 17 of 2008, by the Minister of Science and Technology
For more info, visit their website: http://www.hsrc.ac.za/en

NICRO

NICRO, one of South Africa’s largest national and oldest non-profit organisations, regards crime as one of the greatest threats to human welfare, social development, economic growth, national prosperity, poverty alleviation efforts and sustainable democracy in our country.

NICRO offers simple solutions to the complex causes and challenges of crime, particularly for at-risk and vulnerable youth. Their programmes give youngsters the tools to make better choices and ultimately, rewrite their stories. Their goal is for our clients to become productive, responsible, law-abiding individuals who are an asset to society, rather than a danger or a burden.
For more info, visit their website: https://www.nicro.org.za

Teenactiv

Since its inception in 2005, Teenactiv’s belief has been that the provision of additional CAPS-aligned Life Orientation teacher support material would go a long way in changing attitudes, improving teaching and ultimately enhancing the skills set of learners leaving school.

To that end, Teenactiv has had a proven track record of providing outstanding Life Orientation (LO) material for teachers and learners focusing on Grade 10, 11 and 12. New content is supplied on a regular basis to LO teachers via the Teenactiv website portal (www.teenactiv.co.za)

Vinpro

The VinPro Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 2013 which aims to develop, support and improve the sustainability of the Wine industry and related stakeholders. Our vision is to be the premier partner of our Founders in the establishment and preservation of sustainable people initiatives in the SA Wine industry through focused Wine industry specific Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) projects in the Skills, Socio-Economic and Economic Development elements. For us, PEOPLE Matter Most.
To find our more, visit their website: https://vinpro.co.za

 

YDX

Youth Dynamix is an authority and pioneer in the under 30’s and family space in Africa. We have dedicated nearly 20 years to not only researching and understanding this market, but to connecting brands with this market through marketing campaigns, activations, school and campus engagements as well as through the development of valuable content that imparts knowledge and life skills, ultimately encouraging behaviour change. To find out more, visit their website: http://ydx.co.za/about-us

Project Isizwe

Project Isizwe (Xhosa/Zulu translation for ‘nation’, ‘tribe’, ‘people’) is a non-profit organization committed to enabling sustainable free internet access in low-income communities across South Africa.
To find out more about them, visit their website: http://www.projectisizwe.org