South African organisations work tirelessly to assist victims of abuse and human trafficking; these are some of the people making a difference.
South Africa (09 January 2023) – The Good Things Guy team has been working on these charity lists since the start of the pandemic in 2020. They were created as tools to help people find help or offer it to causes close to their hearts. Over the years, the demand for these lists has grown and today, we are excited to share our lists for 2023.
Our charity list was usually one long one but we have found, with the help of insightful readers, that one list is too much to work through. This year we are splitting the list into various categories. This third list features all the organisations protecting women and children.
If we have missed an organisation or charity, please email email@example.com and we will add it soonest; kindly supply the relevant links as well as which province they work in, the NPO/NGO/NPC registration details and a brief description of what the organisation does.
Please note, this is a working list, so keep sending through your charities, and we will keep adding them!
- Awareness for Child Trafficking Africa (ACT Africa) – Website / Facebook
- Hope Risen Foundation – Website
- National Freedom Network – Website / Facebook
- National Shelter Movement of SA – Website
- Optimystic Bikers against Abuse – Website / Facebook
- TEARS – Website / Facebook
- The Teddy Bear Foundation – Website / Facebook
- Unchain Our Children – Website / Facebook
- Yokhuselo Haven (Working in Gqeberha) – Facebook
- Alpha Trauma Centre (Working in Vereeniging) – Facebook
- Brave to Love (Working in Pretoria) – Website / Facebook
- Call Her Blessed (Working in Johannesburg) – Facebook
- Epic Foundation (Working in Johannesburg) – Website / Facebook
- Green Door (Working in Diepsloot) – Facebook
- Go Purple Foundation (Working in Vanderbijlpark) – Facebook
- Philisa Abafazi Bethu SA (Working in Lavender Hill) – Facebook
- Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children (Working in Western Cape) – Website / Facebook
- SA Women Fight Back (Working in Cape Town) – Website / Facebook
- Sisters Incorporated (Working in Cape Town) – Website / Facebook