Fundraising made simple

Fundraisers are the life blood of a charity. At Ukuthasa, we have been very fortunate to have many fundraisers over the years that support us. They run, swim, ride, arrange movie nights, games evenings and even shave their hair! If you are thinking about fundraising for a charity, we would love to hear from you. We will promote your fundraising efforts and look to support you along the way. Fundraising comes in all shapes and forms, don’t feel like you have to only do sporting events to raise money. If you shop online, easyfundraising.org will donate a percentage of your high street purchases to us. If you shop online with Amazon, Tesco, eBay or John Lewis to name a few, the retailer will donate a percentage of their sale to us; without any additional cost to you. With Recycle4charity, you can recycle your empty ink cartridges or old mobile phones and raise funds. If you would like to host a Dinner Party Challenge with South African food on the menu, or you would like to host your own charity fundraising evening or raise funds for Ukuthasa through events contact Laia Martinez.  

Getting Involved

©  Ukuthasa 2017 | Charity Registration Number: 1055539  

Handmade Jewellery and Decorations for sale:

Ukuthasa supports small business projects with start-up funding to help men and women develop skills which can be used to create a source of income. All the jewellery and Christmas decorations are available for sale check out our online store or contact Laia Martinez for more information. All proceeds go to the projects we support. Raise money when you shop online Easyfundraising is a shopping directory listing some of your favourite online stores including Amazon, Argos, Next, Debenhams, John Lewis, Toys R Us, HMV and over 600 others. Just use the links on the Easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make. It really is that simple! It’s completely FREE to register and you won’t pay a penny more for your shopping when you use the Easyfundraising site. In fact you can even SAVE MONEY as many retailers offer discounts, special offers and even 'e-vouchers' exclusive to Easyfundraising. All you need to do is click here.   

Search the web and raise money with Everyclick

Everyclick works just like other major search engines but it also generates cash for the charity of your choice. Everyclick has already raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for a wide range of charities. So, why not give it a try and make Ukuthasa your beneficiary. www.everyclick.com     

HIV/Aids Awareness

Help raise awareness of this devastating disease by wearing a special bead pin, handmade by township dweller, Sam Makhasi. A donation of as little as £2 will help secure Sam’s future and help towards our work in HIV/Aids training and education. Buy a bead pin today!   

Recycle your empty ink cartridges

Send in your empty inkjet printer cartridges and raise money for Ukuthasa. Just put your inkjet cartridges into the Recycle4charity postage paid envelope and pop it in the post and we could receive up to £1 per cartridge. Click here for the latest list of wanted cartridges. For more information or to be sent envelopes, contact Laia Martinez.        

Fundraising made simple

Fundraisers are the life blood of a charity. At Ukuthasa, we have been very fortunate to have many fundraisers over the years that support us. They run, swim, ride, arrange movie nights, games evenings and even shave their hair! If you are thinking about fundraising for a charity, we would love to hear from you. We will promote your fundraising efforts and look to support you along the way. Fundraising comes in all shapes and forms, don’t feel like you have to only do sporting events to raise money. If you shop online, easyfundraising.org will donate a percentage of your high street purchases to us. If you shop online with Amazon, Tesco, eBay or John Lewis to name a few, the retailer will donate a percentage of their sale to us; without any additional cost to you. With Recycle4charity, you can recycle your empty ink cartridges or old mobile phones and raise funds. If you would like to host a Dinner Party Challenge with South African food on the menu, or you would like to host your own charity fundraising evening or raise funds for Ukuthasa through events contact Laia Martinez.  

Getting Involved

©  Ukuthasa 2007 | Charity Registration Number: 1055539  

Handmade Jewellery and

Decorations for sale:

Ukuthasa supports small business projects with start-up funding to help men and women develop skills which can be used to create a source of income. All the jewellery and Christmas decorations are available for sale check out our online store or contact Laia Martinez for more information. All proceeds go to the projects we support. Raise money when you shop online Easyfundraising is a shopping directory listing some of your favourite online stores including Amazon, Argos, Next, Debenhams, John Lewis, Toys R Us, HMV and over 600 others. Just use the links on the Easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make. It really is that simple! It’s completely FREE to register and you won’t pay a penny more for your shopping when you use the Easyfundraising site. In fact you can even SAVE MONEY as many retailers offer discounts, special offers and even 'e- vouchers' exclusive to Easyfundraising. All you need to do is click here.   

Search the web and raise

money with Everyclick

Everyclick works just like other major search engines but it also generates cash for the charity of your choice. Everyclick has already raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for a wide range of charities. So, why not give it a try and make Ukuthasa your beneficiary. www.everyclick.com     

HIV/Aids Awareness

Help raise awareness of this devastating disease by wearing a special bead pin, handmade by township dweller, Sam Makhasi. A donation of as little as £2 will help secure Sam’s future and help towards our work in HIV/Aids training and education. Buy a bead pin today!   

Recycle your empty ink

cartridges

Send in your empty inkjet printer cartridges and raise money for Ukuthasa. Just put your inkjet cartridges into the Recycle4charity postage paid envelope and pop it in the post and we could receive up to £1 per cartridge. Click here for the latest list of wanted cartridges. For more information or to be sent envelopes, contact Laia Martinez.        
ukuthasa Encouraging local communities in Africa