Our Auction Partners

The mandate of The Cape Wine Auction Trust is to raise money to support education in the South African winelands. The organisations we are proud to fund are:

Aitsa! After Care Centres

Improve the quality of the lives of the children in the Dwarsriver Valley area by providing them with safe, stimulating and nurturing environments and programmes in the afternoons after school.

— www.aitsa.org —

Anna Foundation

Assisting disadvantaged schools and communities by providing academic, social and environmental support, as well as equipping children with skills for lifelong learning. We recognise each child as unique and aim to support the holistic development of the child through education (literacy, numeracy, remedial and reading programmes), physical development (sports) and the teaching of life skills through drama games. We also train rural women to implement our programmes (skills development).

— www.annafoundation.com —

Bergzicht Training

Bergzicht Training is a non-governmental organisation situated in the heart of Stellenbosch, South Africa with the mission to empower and inspire disadvantaged persons with little formal education by equipping them with the necessary skills that they need to extricate themselves from impoverished circumstances.

— www.bergzichttraining.com —

Calling Education NPC

Calling Education inspires, equips and grows leaders, future fathers and teachers through innovative low fee schools.

— www.callingeducation.org.za —

Cape Winemakers Guild

Innovation, benchmarking and the sharing of knowledge spanning over thirty seven years of winemaking excellence, is the proud accomplishment of the Cape Winemakers Guild. Formed in 1982, the Guild, an association of some of South Africa’s finest winemakers has evolved into a body of 45 members who jointly represent the pinnacle of South African wine achievement.

— www.capewinemakersguild.com —

The Click Foundation

Innovating and testing non-conventional, technology-based solutions that have the potential to scale and meaningfully impact education for individuals. The focus is online foundation phase literacy programmes, as well as implementation, training and management of the programmes in primary schools.

— www.clickfoundation.co.za —

Community Keepers

School-based mental health and social services to children, delivered by a team of psychologists, counsellors and social workers. Range of psycho-social services, including assessments, counselling and therapy to children; life skills sessions with children; support and development programmes with teachers and parents. All with the aim of empowering children to excel at school and beyond.

— www.communitykeepers.org —

Emerging Leaders

Emerging Leaders exists to bring tangible HOPE into vulnerable communities in Africa and the UK, through LEADERSHIP TRAINING. Our NGO believes that leadership training can call out the Leader in everyone – if we don’t learn to lead ourselves we won’t lead anyone else.

— www.emerging-leaders.net —

Grootbos Foundation

Emerging Leaders exists to bring tangible HOPE into vulnerable communities in Africa and the UK, through LEADERSHIP TRAINING. Our NGO believes that leadership training can call out the Leader in everyone – if we don’t learn to lead ourselves we won’t lead anyone else.

— www.grootbosfoundation.org —

Hope Through Action Foundation: Score @ Franschhoek & Mbekweni

Hope Through Action uses sport to engage with young people and provide them with non-formal education and training in life and leadership skills that supports their ongoing formal education. We work with schools and teachers to ensure our training supports and compliments formal education, delivering our Youth Leads programme and sports training as part of the Life Orientation curriculum. All activities are provided by our partner SCORE.

— www.hopethroughaction.com —

Hope Through Action – Nompumelelo Educare Centre

Preparing underprivileged and deprived children under 6 years of age for the challenges of life ahead by providing quality care and education whilst instilling sound personal values.

— www.hopethroughaction.com —

Hope Through Action – Malmesbury

The Hope Through Action Foundation is a unique organisation created to bring life changing programmes and facilities to the young people of South Africa. The new Swartland Community Sports Centre in Malmesbury was officially opened on 17th May 2019.

— www.hopethroughaction.com —

The Kusasa Project

The Kusasa Project educational programme aims to provide a quality Pre-school and Foundation Phase education to disadvantaged children in the Franschhoek Valley. In addition, we seek to enable bright scholars to attend higher-functioning secondary schools and receive after-school academic and life skills support through our programme.

— www.thekusasaproject.org —

Laureus Sport for Good

Laureus’ core concept is to create global awards that recognise the achievements of today’s sporting heroes; to bring sportspeople together; united in achievement but divided by sporting code. Once that community is brought together, putting to work their reach and the support and investment of Laureus’ Founding Patrons and Partners, it creates a powerful message that can help social projects around the world who use sport as a tool for social change.

— www.laureus.co.za —

Love to Give Skills Academy

Offering sustainable livelihoods & enterprise development in Kayamandi; mentoring families and supporting them in areas such as urban agriculture, crafts, community-based business and finding jobs in the formal sector. Many of those supported are seasonal workers in the wine industry with only a few months of reliable income every year.

— www.lovetogive.org.za —

The Lunchbox Fund

The Lunchbox Fund focuses on fostering education via nutrition by providing a daily meal for orphaned and at-risk school children in townships and rural areas of South Africa. The Fund also provides Nutrition Programs to After-School Assistance organisations and Learner Skills Development Programs. The Fund’s Secondary Focus is Female Empowerment through employment.

— www.thelunchboxfund.org —

Maranatha Trust

The Maranatha Trust is a non-profit organisation in the Paardeberg, Swartland, Western Cape. We facilitate sustainable community development through projects focused on education. Founded in 2011, we had a very specific goal in mind: to create better opportunities for children in the farming community. This area is rural and far away from the nearest town and basic facilities.

— www.maranatha-trust.co.za —

Norval Foundation

The Norval Foundation is a centre for art and cultural expression. We are dedicated to the research and exhibition of 20th- and 21st-century visual art from South Africa and beyond. Located in the Steenberg area of Cape Town, adjacent to Table Mountain National Park, the Norval Foundation combines the experience of art with an appreciation for nature.

— www.norvalfoundation.org —

Partners for Possibility

There is a direct correlation between good school leadership and educational outcomes. Most School Principals in South Africa have not been equipped with the skills & knowledge for their critically important leadership role. Partners for Possibility is specifically designed to address this: Principals are partnered in a co-action and co-learning partnership with Business Leaders who bring their knowledge and skills about change leadership to the school.

— www.PfP4SA.org —

Pebbles Hemel en Aarde Education Project

Quality Early Childhood Development and After School care for children in the Hemel en Aarde Ridge region.

— www.pebblesproject.co.za —

Pebbles Project

A leading NPO in the field of holistic community development within rural farm worker communities, with a core focus on education.

— www.pebblesproject.co.za —

Pinotage Youth Development Academy (PYDA)

The goal is to develop talented, previously disadvantaged 18-25 year olds through personal development and wine industry-specific vocational training so that they are able to launch careers that will enable them to sustain their families and contribute to change in their communities.

— www.pyda.co.za —

Spieel Collective

Our name is derived from two words that mean both ‘to play’ and ‘mirror’ in Afrikaans. Our logo reflects the capacity of the arts to playfully transform a set concept, such as a word, into a symbol or metaphor with layered meanings. The ‘i’ in sp(i)eel has been put in brackets to symbolize the therapeutic nature of our organisation, which is to always hold the person, and his/her well-being at the core of our work.

— www.spieel.org —

The amazing schools we support

Constantia Primary School

De Rust Futura Akademie

Joostenberg Primer

Klapmuts Primary

Wemmershoek Primary School
Lynedoch, Stellenbosch

Find out more about how we supported our partners during 2018:

Download the 2018 Impact Audit Report