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Watch recordings of first-ever CAF Worldwide Symposium on Philanthropy

The first ever CAF Worldwide Symposium on Philanthropy took place on Tuesday 9 November 2021.

This unique, donor-focused event covers current trends in global giving and offers insights into how philanthropy can change the world and revolutionise giving.

The event offers attendees access to 19 hours of live training, education and conversations with philanthropic experts across 9 time zones and 10 countries.

Topics range from discussions of case studies such as ‘Covid-19: Lessons for Disaster Philanthropy’; to conversations that merge theory and best practice, like ‘The funder’s role in strengthening resilience within civil society’; to the visionary, with highlights including topics such as ‘Future of African philanthropy and diaspora’.

This is a truly international event with local market insights. Participants joined the event live for as much or as little of the 19 hours of content as they wish – receiving access to inspiring insights, engaging speakers, robust debate and more.

Recordings of symposium talks are now available to view on demand from our Worldwide Philanthropy Library.

Organisation of the CAF Worldwide Symposium on Philanthropy also follows from the announcement that CAF intends to strengthen and grow the services it offers to philanthropists and businesses who donate across borders with the creation of a new international network.

The creation of CAF International builds on the work of the former CAF Global Alliance, which brought together CAF’s existing arms in the UK, CAF America and CAF Canada with philanthropic expertise from a diverse range of sector partners including CAF Russia, CAF India, IDIS in Brazil, CAF Southern Africa, Tusev in Turkey, Bulgaria’s Bcause and Good2Give in Australia.

CAF International will grow our membership of trusted partners in cross-border giving. Moreover, drawing on decades of experience in this field, the new network will deliver a unique bundle of essential services including charity validation, cross-border giving policy and a global charity database for our valued donor community.

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Donate to CAFSA's Emergency Fund to assist NPOs during the COVID-19 crisis

Charities Aid Foundation Southern Africa (CAFSA) has launched an emergency fund to support local Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) during this challenging period.

With the economic and health challenges emerging from the COVID-19 crisis, thousands of NPOs are set to be impacted by funding shortages, which will result in a reduction or discontinuation of services and dedicated staff losing their jobs.

To keep these critical services going, CAFSA is mobilising support to make funding available to help NPOs who render essential services to the most marginalised individuals, groups and communities in our society.

We are calling on both individuals and corporates to donate. The relevant bank details for donations are listed below.

CAFSA will process all donations and ensure that due diligence, governance compliance and reporting are fully implemented. CAFSA will further ensure that all donations are designated to validated beneficiary organisations. Donors will also be issued with Section 18(a) certificates for income tax purposes.

Account name: Charities Aid Foundation
Bank: Nedbank
Account type: Nedbank Current Account
Branch name: Parktown
Account number: 1944183795
Universal branch code: 198765
Swift code: NEDSZAJJ

If you donate, please add your name or company name as a payment reference and email your contact details to Meena Parbhoo

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