Here is a list of Jelly Beanz partners and donors.
The Vital Foundation aims to add its contribution to addressing the growing scourge of woman and child abuse. They recognise that a sustainable behaviour change approach is needed to add to the efforts of the many organisations and individuals who are making a difference in addressing this issue.
The Department of Social Development ensures that a comprehensive network of social development services is provided to enable and empower the poor, vulnerable and those with special needs.
The Global Fund for Children, transform the lives of children on the edges of society—trafficked children, refugees, child laborers—and help them regain their rights and reach their potential. They work to advance the dignity of children worldwide. They pursue this mission by making small grants to innovative community-based organizations working with many of the world’s most vulnerable children and youth.
The National Lotteries Commission (NLC) was established in terms of the Lotteries Amendment Act (No 32 of 2013) to regulate the National Lottery as well as other lotteries, including society lotteries to raise funds and promotional competitions. The NLC evolved out of the National Lotteries Board, established in terms of the Lotteries Act No 57 of 1997.
The Medical Practice Consulting (MPC) is a private company registered in South Africa. They are a subsidiary of the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) and a group company of the South African Medical Association (SAMA). MPC's vision is to lead the healthcare industry into a future where the needs of all heath care professionals are addressed through innovative solutions and ethical professional services.
The Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) was established in 1997 as a department in the South African Medical Association (SAMA). In 2000, FPD was registered as a separate legal entity (Registration Number: 2000/002641/07). The South African Medical Association, a non-profit company, has a 90% shareholding, while the remainder of the shares are employee-owned. FPD prides itself on being one of the few private higher educational institutions that fully engages in the three scholarships of higher education, namely: teaching and learning, research and community engagement. FPD's mission is to catalyse social change through developing people, strengthening systems and providing innovative solutions.
Childline is an effective non-profit organization that works collectively to protect children from all forms of violence and to create a culture of children’s rights in South Africa. Childline is committed to Supporting and capacitating the
Provincial Affiliates where needed, developing appropriate social services including a 24 hour toll free helpline and supportive therapeutic social services for children who have been victims of violence and their families.
Matla A Bana was established to address the grey areas in the child protection system in South Africa. Their objectives are to create awareness through national media campaigns, community awareness projects, and implementation of child protection policies.
Teddy Bear Foundations vision is that children will not be abused anymore, but where they are being abused, they want to provide efficient and professional services that effectively promote their healing and stop any further abuse. This translates into a mission to minimize any secondary harm to children and their families upon their entering the child protection system.
The Childhood Cancer Foundation was established in 1979 as a support group to parents of children with cancer, by parents of children with cancer. Having experienced the immense emotional and financial toll that cancer takes they recognised there is more than one victim in the family of the child with cancer. Their aim is to ease the burden on parents facing the same journey by providing access to relevant, accurate information, as well as emotional and practical support.
ISPCAN’s mission is to prevent cruelty to children in every nation, in every form: physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, street children, child fatalities, child prostitution, children of war, emotional abuse, and child labor. They are committed to increasing public awareness of all forms of violence against children, developing activities to prevent such violence, and promoting the rights of children in all regions of the world.
CECD is committed to putting young children first by ensuring quality care and education for the country’s youngest and most vulnerable citizens. The organisation aims to do this by improving the early childhood development (ECD) services in South Africa through training, support and advice in the field of ECD. CECD provides training, support and advice in the field of ECD by offering courses and programmes aimed at enhancing individual and organisational capacity by developing and disseminating resources and by carrying out research specifically related to the African context.
CESVI in South Africa works to support women and children who are victims of domestic violence. The main activity occurs at the ‘House of Smiles’ in the Philippi Township. Additionally, there is a socio-cultural project aimed at creating art, culture and sport opportunities for young people in the townships around Cape Town. CESVI is also supporting the process of creating the Great Limpopo Trans frontier Park (Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe). It is encouraging the development of integrated management practices and promoting initiatives targeted at giving economic advantages to the populations along the border.
Thank you to Dried Fruit for All and especially Brigitte Wainwright for the commitment and support over the years. Their generous donation of jelly beans ensured that each child that received therapy from Jelly Beanz left with a little bag of sweeties for their hard work. Thank you for your ‘sweet’ support.