RANYAKA BANKING DETAILS

A QUICK NOTE: Did you know that anyone in South Africa can ALSO donate via the King Baudouin Foundation (US) platform? You just have to convert the Rands you have in mind into Dollars to pick an amount! To donate via our international platform, click here.

To contribute via EFT or direct deposit to Ranyaka, please use the following banking details:

Account name: Ranyaka CIM
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number: 303303557
Branch code: 051001
Branch: Centurion
Reference: Stellenbosch Hub

We would love to thank you personally and, if you like, place your name on our donor recognition wall once the hub opens its doors. For us to do so, we need your name and email address.

Please would you send your proof of donation to marli@ranyaka.co.za or via text message to +27 84 212 2000 so that we can reach out to you? We never spam. We will only contact you to thank you and to keep you posted once the hub renovation process is well on its way!

INTERESTED IN A DONATION-IN-KIND? BUILDING MATERIALS? A ROOF? FURNITURE? OFFICE EQUIPMENT?

Please contact marli@ranyaka.co.za or on 084 212 2000 to tell us more! And remember, donations-in-kind also qualify for section 18A tax exemption certificates.

NEED A SECTION 18A TAX CERTIFICATE?

Whether you contribute financially or through a donation-in-kind, we can provide you with the necessary documentation so that you can deduct your contribution from tax. Please include this request in your email when you send us your proof of payment!

QUESTIONS?

Drop Marli an email at marli@ranyaka.co.za or give her a call on 084 212 2000. You may also contact us at admin@ranyaka.co.za.

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