Investment

THRIVE Africa Foundation believes in investing in people. By investing in people you are contributing to lives thousands of kilometres away and you are helping build a sustainable community.

Your return to your investment is a more joyful world and a thriving community. Whatever you give, returns to you tenfold.

The Khomanisan is committed to pay it forward. When they are thriving they will contribute towards the project for other communities. Together we are stronger. There is only one race and that is the Human race. By supporting each other, we are support and helping ourselves to grow.

INVESTMENT GOAL: $3 800 000

There are a number of ways you can contribute.

  • If you would like to make a direct deposit,
    please use banking details.
  • Below is South African Rand contribution with secure PayFast gateway.
  • Bottom right is contribution in Dollars through Go Get Funding

           There is a currency converter below.

     We honor and thank you for making a difference.

Donation in Rand

Optional

Our Banking Details

THRIVE Africa Foundation

Bank: Bidvest Bank

Account number: 20563702401

Branch Code: 462005

Account Type: Business account

Swift Code: BIDBZAJJXXX

Address: 33 on Martin Hammerschlag Way, Foreshore, Cape Town, RSA

 

Please use your full name as reference.

If you would like acknowledgement of receipt of your investment, please

send your details to Ronell Smedley via email at ronell@thrive-africa.org

If you would like to make a direct deposit,

please use banking details as below:

 

THRIVE Africa Foundation

Bank: Bidvest Bank

Account number: 20563702401

Branch Code: 462005

Account Type: Business account

Swift Code: BIDBZAJJXXX

 

Please use your full name as reference.

If you would like acknowledgement of receipt

of your investment, please send your details

to Ronell Smedley via email at

ronell@thrive-africa.org

Donation in Dollars

In Africa there is a saying Ubuntu… roughly translated it means ‘I exist because of you’ or ‘I cannot exist without you’.

The Indians greet Namasté, roughly translated; ‘The Divine within me honours the Divine within you’.