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Tax Season tips

Want to save on tax?

Of course you do! Who wouldn’t? And if you can help your favourite cause at the same time, it’s a win-win situation.

So here’s the deal: make a donation to the Johannesburg Children’s Home now – before the tax year ends on 28 February – and we’ll issue you (or your company) with a certificate you can use to reduce your tax liability. Because, all donations to the Johannesburg Children’s Home are tax deductible in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.

Supporting our children with a generous donation can also earn you valuable BBE points!

With the tax year ending in just a couple of weeks’ time, there couldn’t be a better time to make your contribution. And the more you give, the more you’ll save! What’s not to love?

But while we’d all like to pay less tax, you may find the greatest reward this month of love is knowing that your action today can help give an abused, neglected or abandoned child a happier tomorrow.

So please will you act now to make a difference – in our children’s lives and in your own.

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The Johannesburg Children’s Home is a registered Non-Profit Organisation (NPO 001-034) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 130001111) which provides a safe refuge for up to 64 children who have been found in need of care by the Children’s Court.

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Through our Developmental Programmes, we are able to build on their strengths by equipping them with appropriate skills in development, leadership training, mentoring and general life skills.

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We maintain regular contact with all these schools through our Social Workers & Child & Youth Care Workers – ensuring that our children achieve their educational goals from primary school to high school.

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Every child that enters our doors has suffered trauma as a result of the abuse they have experienced. Our mission is to heal the harm and put the pieces back together.

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The Johannesburg Educare Centre has noted with concern that many children in the surrounding community are not receiving adequate
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