As a non-profit organisation, HIVSA relies on the generous donations of committed partners and donors who share in the organization’s vision and mission. HIVSA is appealing to you to support our work through payroll giving, or a direct contribution.
Consider a monthly donation of between R50 and R200
Invite 5 of your friends to contribute R50 to R200 a month or pay it forward through birthday contributions to HIVSA in lieu of presents. Talk to us about how you can contribute.
Legacy of Care
Consider leaving a “legacy of care” in your will for HIVSA to continue providing community-based HIV testing, care and support for HIV positive individuals to know their HIV status, get enrolled on HIV treatment and receive ongoing psychosocial support from HIVSA to stay on their life-saving treatment.
Account Name: HIVSA Institution: ABSA Bank Account Type: Cheque account Account Number: 9091441111 Branch Code: 632005 Branch Name: Meyersdal Reference: Your name, or Company name or Anonymous.
Why Get Involved
Our annual operating budget for costs that are not covered in donor budgets but keep the organisation going is R1,2 million for the 2020/2021 financial year.
HIVSA is committed to ending HIV in our lifetime. HIVSA recognises that consistent and correct HIV information, education and empowerment is critical to ending HIV in our country.
We deliver programmes at community level that are aimed at ending stigma and discrimination, as well as ensuring that all individuals seek HIV testing services, know their HIV status and are able to access lifesaving treatment. In 2017, South Africa had approximately 7,5 million children and adults living with HIV (UNAIDS 2019). The rate of new HIV infections in 2017 was 13.1%, with an estimated 25% of all deaths in South Africa being as a result of HIV and AIDS. False information and misconceptions about HIV infection continue to drive new HIV infections.
Do you need Section 18A Certificate?
Speak to us should you need a section 18A certificate as an acknowledgement of your contribution, which you can use to obtain tax credits on your SARS declaration.
For this and any additional information, contact:
The HIVSA CEO
HIVSA’s Health Systems Strengthening Programme Director